Pre-War Style

  • Campbell House Kitchen

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Kitchen

    The basement kitchen was an addition, as it was customary in most prewar homes that the kitchen be separate from the home due to fire hazards.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Kitchen Detail

    For the basement kitchen, a farmhouse table was converted into a gastop cooking surface and reclaimed wood was used for the rafters.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Guest Room

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Guest Room

    The cozy and tasteful guest room is painted in a popular hunter green.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Formal Dining

    The formal dining room features heart of pine floors, a working fireplace and a hand-carved arched entry.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Entry

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Entry

    This historic home's entry is bright, airy and inviting.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Dining Room Chandelier

    The grand formal dining room features a crystal and brass chandelier.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Library

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Library

    Located in the basement of the home, the den stays cool all year long.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Bath

    Published 07/03/13 in Houses
    Campbell House Bath

    Fine brass fixtures complement a porcelaine tub in one of the home's bathrooms.    See the Image

  • Campbell House Front Parlor

    To the left of the front entry is a formal sitting parlor that sits adjacent to the formal dining room.    See the Image

  • The Historic Campbell House

    Located in Washington, Ga., this grand antebellum mansion began as a federal-style home in 1787 and by 1841 underwent a Greek revival-style makeover with the addition of the massive columns that…   See the Image