Country crooner Miranda Lambert has opened the doors to a new boutique bed and breakfast in Oklahoma described as "shabby chic meets rock 'n roll."
After spending a year restoring one of the oldest, most historic brownstone buildings in Tishomingo, about two hours south of Oklahoma City, Lambert recently opened The Ladysmith Bed and Breakfast, an eight-bedroom, two-story building that aims to offer guests a "taste of southern hospitality."
That means being welcomed by the 'innkeeper' with freshly baked chocolate chip cookies upon check-in, and a hot, country-style breakfast every morning.
Rooms are given playful names like Knaughty Pine, Flutterby and The Sun Never Sets, while the decor sets off more masculine elements like exposed brick, wood paneling, cowhide and even a Chevrolet tailgate headboard, with softer elements like pink chandeliers, angel wings, damask drapery and floral cushions.
In keeping with its century-old heritage, Lambert preserved certain details including vintage photographs and furnished the inn with repurposed materials and antique pieces she's collected in her travels throughout the US.
Activities in the area include shopping on the city's Main Street, nearby casinos and Lake Texoma.
The hotel also features a lounge, New Orleans-style bar, tea room and dining room.
Lambert is the latest celebrity to add hotelier to her resume. Bono and The Edge own The Clarence in Dublin; Clint Eastwood owns Mission Ranch Hotel in Carmel, California; Robert De Niro owns The Greenwich hotel in New York and Canadian actor Jason Priestley owns the Terrace Beach Resort, Ucluelet in British Columbia.
Room rates start at $200 USD a night.