Since moving to North Carolina nine years ago, I've become totally enamored with all things Southern - the food, the people and especially the architecture and interior decor. This guest cottage on the Isle of Hope, right outside of Savannah, Georgia, designed by Number Four Eleven, is a beautiful example of lowcountry luxe. The cottage is tiny, but lives much larger, thanks to space-saving built-in and a great mix of antique pieces. Layering rugs and antiques add warmth, texture and so much charm, I just want to move right in!
The living room is my favorite space in the house. An amazing cofferred ceiling, built-in bookcases and blue curtain panels are so cozy:
Another shot of that fabulous ceiling in a sitting area. How fabulous are those antique corner pieces? The oversize hanging lantern further emphasizes the lowcountry feel:
Cobalt and chartreuse reign supreme in a guest bedroom:
Planked walls and ceiling and a fabulous distressed vanity in a guest bath:
An eating area right of the kitchen - love the planked walls, bell jar lantern and that fabulous antique table!
The cozy dining room boasts a mix of antique pieces:
A beautifully styled vignette:
Love, love, LOVE this master bedroom! The custom headboard, sconces, lantern and soothing color palette are so cozy and soft, I'd never want to get out of bed!
All photos by Allison Morgan Photography