The 2010 Holiday issue of Traditional Home features a beautiful southern home designed by the talented Sandy Lucas and Robert Dame. The plantation-style house that was influenced by the architecture of the late A. Hays Town, has a distinctive Creole flavor. The spread features the home decorated for the holidays. The rugs throughout the house are from Matt Camron, and add to its southern charm.
The Great Room-- Osborne & Little fabric covers the sofa. The medallion chair fabric is Brunschwig & Fils; its blue welt is Schumacher. The palette is pulled together by a large antique Serapi rug from Matt Camron Rugs and Tapestries.
The tufted custom headboard is dressed in a Cowtan & Tout fabric. An antique bench at the foot of the bed goes subtle in a Fabricut solid trimmed with Scalamandré gimp. The blanket cover and shams are from Hamburg House. Softening the room is a Matt Camron antique reproduction Tabriz.
For the full article and more pictures of the gorgeous home, GO HERE.