Lambert, 30, created the inn in a historic 1901 brownstone in her adopted hometown of Tishomingo, just across the street from her popular gift store, The Pink Pistol.
Described as a “boutique bed and breakfast,” the Ladysmith features eight different guest rooms, each decorated in a funky vintage style Lambert calls “Shabby Chic meets Rock & Roll.”
“The Knaughty Pine” room is designed around a heavy wood headboard and a forest-motif wallpaper, “The Judge” has a sweet, vintage theme and the room called “Working Man Blues” features a vintage fire extinguisher lamp and a headboard made from the tailgate of an antique Chevy truck.
Room rates range from $200 to $320 a night. And Lambert has said she hopes to host weddings, birthday parties and other events in the B&B’s ballroom, which can hold 60-80 guests.
The singer, who received nine CMA Award nominations last week, Tweeted her excitement about her new venture. “The wait is over! My B&B in Tishomingo, @TheLadysmithOK is now open for business!” Proud husband Blake Shelton praised her on Twitter, writing, “My wife is awesome!!!”
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