Mixing period antiques with current-day style, this Georgia designer lovingly restored an 1852 farmhouse where Southern tradition lives on.
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn / Styling: Anne Turner Carroll
In case you haven’t noticed, Jamie is a big fan of pheasant and bird motifs. Appropriately, the pine hutch in the breakfast room is full of plates with this theme. “I tell my clients the same advice I follow: Find a pattern and stick to it,” explains the interior designer. “It becomes a fun pastime to hunt down a specific piece, like a compote or soup tureen, that matches your other dishes.”