Stop What You’re Doing and Take a Peek Inside One of Savannah's Most Iconic Homes
It's absolutely stunning.
130 Habersham Street, Savannah
The staircase was given a modern update thanks to a coat of glossy black paint.
The owners had the living room's original millwork lovingly restored, giving the neutral space a rich, old-world touch.
Spacious Open Floor Plan
High ceilings, intricate crown molding and the odd vintage transom work to draw the eye upward and create a spacious, airy feel in the main floor living space.
A pass-through window with bar seating between the kitchen and living rooms makes entertaining a breeze.
Neutral Dining Room
Old meets new in the dining room, where the original millwork around the windows and built-in mirror serves as a stylish reminder of the home's past.
Bold blue paint and contemporary wallpaper give this half-bath a modern upgrade.
Again, graphic wallpaper, like the one used to create an accent wall in the master bedroom, is an easy, reversible way to update a space.
There's nothing old school about the chrome fixtures and sleek double vanity in the home's master bathroom.
With an antique vanity and light fixture alongside shiny marble, and a walk-in shower, old and new collide yet again in this bathroom.
Somehow, the home looks even more beautiful at night.