Friday, May 6, 2011


There was no doubt in interior designer Pamela Pierce's mind when she made the decision to totally reconstruct this home and start over using old stone, limestone, plaster, and reclaimed wood.  Pierce raised the ceilings a foot in parts of the home and put in steel windows and doors.

The furnishings were mostly French, and Pierce used loosely fitted linen slipcovers on the upholstery to soften the rooms.  Lavender accents were used throughout the house to give character and warmth to the stone and other textures.

It took three years to complete this renovation, but Pierce is convinced that it was well worth the wait.  Her client agrees.  ENJOY!

To read more about this renovation read the May-June issue of Veranda magazine.


See you soon,
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Anonymous said...

beautiful remodel with all the stone and gorgeous the french antiques too...
and the slip covered furniture is so pretty...

under spanish moss said...

This home is over the top beautiful. We adore everything about it!! Pamela is one of our favorite designers. Wishing you a wonderful weekend!
Angela and Renee

Karena said...

Teresa, adore, I love the mirrors in the dining room!

Art by Karena

Teresa Hatfield ~ Splendid Sass said...

I agree. So intricate and beautiful.
Have a wonderful weekend.

The enchanted home said...

I had just seen this and totally feel in love, it looks like an enchanted fairytale cottage come to life...isn't it spectacular! Love the colors, the stone, the way everything just flows...its dreamy, romantic and elegant.

Julie at Belle Vivir said...

What a lovely sun room. Have a good weekend Teresa.

Linda Merrill said...

So beautiful - love the bedroom! You've motivated me to finally getting around to reading my Veranda! There never seems to be enough time to read the magazines anymore!

Unknown said...

Pamela! a Beautiful Amazing design! thank you if you like to become my italian friend!

Unknown said...

loving...your design...please become my face book friend!

Rabbit said...

My husband and I intend to build a home very similar to this in Australia when he retires. We currently live in NY where he's worked in the finance industry all his working life and we've been waiting for the day when we can walk away from it all and build a structure of intense beauty. We have the land, which currently has a small house from the 1930's on it. We'll bull doze that and build in sandstone and fill it with the Australian antiques we've spent a lifetime collecting. It's so encouraging to see a building of this type and to know that our design dreams are possible. Beautiful work by all engaged in this project.

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