If you have run across the October issue of TraditionalHome, I am sure you did not miss the major article towards the back of the magazine entitled “Dreamy Indulgences”. This article takes you room to room throughout the gorgeous Adamsleigh Estate in Greensboro, North Carolina, unveiling visions of the finest in furniture and design. Adamsleigh, a 22 room mansion lying on 13.5 acres, is one of the largest and most famous homes in the city. It was designed by Winston-Salem based Luther Lashmit in 1929. Today, “it is considered to be North Carolina’s second most impressive house, behind Biltmore in Asheville.” (http://www.robertbrowninteriordesign.com/adamsleigh_showhouse.html)
On page 121, you will come across a sophisticated and rustic “Gentleman’s Retreat” on the lower level, designed by our very own Patrick Lewis and Cindy Smith. “It would have been an impossible task to lighten the windowless room, so we chose to embrace the dark vibe,” Cindy says. For more on the house and the various seating areas in the Gentleman's Retreat, grab your own copy of the latest Traditional Home.