I hope you enjoyed the first part of the tour of the Adamsleigh mansion in the Sedgefield neighborhood in Greensboro, N.C.
The house was truly amazing — everything from the architecture to the decor was stunning.
The Greensboro Junior League, Traditional Home magazine and the designers they chose for the project really transformed the house because it had been vacant for years and had not been updated. A few years ago, a friend of mine who works in the furniture business scouted the house as a possible photo shoot location, and he told me he cannot believe the transformation — from ramshackle ruin to showhouse.
Today, we’re touring the house’s second story, mostly bedrooms and bathrooms and private quarters of the owners and their guests.
I was quite taken by the daughter’s bedroom, designed by Greensboro’s Kara Cox Interiors.
I loved all the feminine touches in the room, and I’m even working on a craft project that was inspired by some artwork in the room.
Wouldn’t it have been fun to be a flapper? (I now must go see The Great Gatsby; I’m so taken by the style of the period.)
The owner’s sitting room, designed by Lisa Kahn-Allen of Kahn Design Group, was another highlight of the showhouse. I love all the luxurious touches in this room.
The artwork was beautiful, and I love the sconces and candlesticks, too, though I was tempted to straighten that wall shelf on the left.
I believe this was the hers dressing room; my notes aren’t clear. I thought the his bedroom was more feminine than the hers, but both were pretty.
What do you think of this bathroom?
I think I definitely need to get me some French opera glasses.
I wouldn’t turn down an invitation to stay at Adamsleigh.
Luxurious accommodations and a sink full of Veuve Clicquot. I would never leave!
This opulent guest bedroom reminded my friend, Barb from The Everyday Home, of her trips to England, and it stole her heart.
While I’ve shown you a lot of photos from Adamsleigh today and last week, there are several rooms that I didn’t photograph.
Be sure to check out my blogging friends’ sites, as they will also be sharing photos from their tour of Adamsleigh: Worthing Court; Savvy Southern Style, Sophia’s, Southern Hospitality, The Everyday Home and Housepitality Designs.