June 10, 2012 marked the 125th anniversary of the Trammell House in Marietta, Georgia, an example of Queen Anne architecture. It was built by Col. Trammell, one of the state’s most influential citizens of the 19th century. Painstakingly restored by the owners and thoughtfully made into a comfortable home for today’s lifestyles.
This bathroom was renovated to have modern functionality, but with a traditional look
Gorgeous and comfortable upholstered chairs, situated around an antique table, on a modern sisal rug bound in ruby red.
A powder room tucked in under the stairs holds it’s own with charming wallpaper and a restored antique pedestal sink.
A close up of beautiful Cowtan and Tout fabric used as the sink skirt
On the second floor, a guest bath with a beautiful linen tub-shower curtain, custom Cowtan & Tout sink skirt.
Why have a painting when the frame can be art, itself!
These updated wicker chairs are the perfect compliment to the custom bookshelves and restored fireplace.
Chocolate brown velvet sofa with fun over the top tufted ottoman with a tray, will hold feet or a beverage!
Bright and white this kitchen is for cooks!
Family antiques blend with modern, functional night stands
Detail of vanity in master bed room, restored alabaster lamp and antique triangular mirror.