“Should we stay or should we go?” was the question these clients posed.
Their 1936 Georgian was home to the late Speed Lampkin, a notable author and playwright. While classically beautiful, it didn’t feel like them. I likened it to a great Southern character with lots of endearing quirks. We embraced its traditional roots, but introduced a medley of bold colors, chic patterns and luminous textures. Antiques and modern pieces were balanced and tempered with rich oils and modern works. Pretty sure they are glad they stayed.