This 1851 Victorian-style row house in historic Savannah, Georgia strikes a sophisticated balance between traditional and modern styles.
A quirky, reversible, natural print pillow rests on an antique wood and leather chair. A matching ottoman can be moved around the room for additional seating when entertaining. A distinctive mirror helps reflect light throughout the space.
Painted-white brick adds texture and charm to this cozy kitchen. A small, narrow room can be a decorating challenge, but the homeowners took advantage of under-cabinet and wall space for storing paper towels, knives, and cooking utensils. A cylinder of bright oranges, a tiny vase of fresh flowers, and pretty seafoam-green dishes add a pop of color.
The living room features a stunning piano with intricate carved details. Unique wallpaper and a chic cow skin rug define the music corner. An intimate seating area around the fireplace is formed by a plush gold rug, a pair of silk, tufted slipper chairs, a rich, chocolate brown loveseat, and delicate gold coffee tables.
Nail head-studded brown leather chairs are cozy and rich when topped with stylish brown and blue pillows. The color scheme is repeated in the accessories and accented by bits of bronze and gold.
The second-floor parlor is the homeowners' favorite entertaining space. A tufted Victorian chair is upholstered in silver silk and topped with yellow and white pillows. An oversized mirror propped against the painted-brick wall and contemporary accessories, such as the modern glass cylinder, provide harmony and balance.
In a corner, a pair of red-painted Asian chairs from the 1960s are a charming surprise and bold contrast against the neutral walls.
A blue Foo dog figurine found on the fireplace mantel is yet another Asian touch. An ornate gold-leaf mirror makes the room feel larger and brighter.
The third-floor office is a clean and modern space with a nod to mid-century style. The high ceilings, exposed joists, and ebony-stained wood floors provide a loft-like feel, but soft fabrics and natural elements keep the space inviting and livable. A brown, white, and orange color palette really pops in the large room.
The painted chinoiserie dresser and reupholstered canned wing chair are both from the 1960s. The crackly plaster medallion was salvaged from a 1920s hotel ballroom and finds new life as a piece of artwork.