Miranda Lambert has left a big mark on her tiny hometown of Tishomingo, Okla. Along with her popular store The Pink Pistol, she’s opened her own bed and breakfast in a historic building along the town’s main street.
The Ladysmith was originally built as retail space in 1901, and has been the home to everything from a law office to a grocery store. In 2013, the country star saw the then-abandoned property and purchased it with the hopes of turning it into her own bed and breakfast. After a year of hard work and designing, The Ladysmith reopened as a cool and colorful getaway for those who want to explore the picturesque town.
Once you walk in the front door, you’re greeted by incredible metallic wallpaper and lots of medieval-inspired chandeliers. Every corner is bursting with unique furniture and art pieces, including this vintage 1940s tilt-a-whirl bench.
Upstairs, each guest room has its own unique theme and design scheme. This honeymoon suite is the perfect space for a romantic getaway.
The rustic “Flutterby” room has a garden party theme, and is appropriately filled with lots of floral decor.
The “Laci Jill” room features decor with a Texas theme, which mixes both feminine details like lace with natural materials.
Purple and green fills the space inside this forest-themed room, which is full of unique details and vintage pieces.
When you’re ready for a big meal in the morning, head down to the bright and cheerful dining area to meet your fellow guests.
Chill out on this custom 1951 Ford truck-hood bench beside a towering mannequin version of Marilyn Monroe.
At the other end of the room, kick back in one of these brightly colored chairs while sipping on a drink from the nearby bar.
If you’re interested in experiencing The Ladysmith for yourself, visit the bed and breakfast’s official website for booking details.