To keep with the Architectural theme of the house evolving over the centuries, our Interior Designer carefully placed antiques and vintage pieces. The existing house had relatively small spaces, with low ceilings that were appropriate to their size. These spaces were restored, and new spaces added on in the back. These new added spaces were larger in footprint, and required taller ceilings. This created challenges regarding size and scale of furnishings, and yet addressing these challenges creates more excitement and interest as you move through the rooms.
The grand stair, with groin vault, has an iron chandelier, and two large stained glass windows. Many materials were reused from the existing house, along with other found items, such as carved stone capitals and moldings, longleaf pine floors, cypress beams, old brick, flower shop cooler doors for the refrigerator in the Kitchen, and re-porcelained sinks and tubs throughout.