Country music artist Miranda Lambert was just named CMT Artist of the Year. At the ceremony, NASCAR star Danica Patrick said of Lambert, “Whatever house built her, it definitely built her to last.” Lambert has had a durable career. Ever since her appearance on Nashville Star in 2003, Lambert hasn’t turned back. Her albums climb the Billboard charts and she is continually honored by the Grammy Awards, the Academy of Country Music Awards, and the Country Music Association Awards.
When not in the recording studio or on stage, fans can find The House That Built Me singer at a flea market. She says she’s addicted and the results can be seen in her B&B in Tishomingo, Oklahoma – The Ladysmith. It’s a two-story building with eight rooms decorated from Miranda’s personal collection of found objects. In the Working Man Blues room, visitors will find a Chevrolet tailgate headboard. “Every room has its own character,” Lambert says. “I feel like that’s how my albums are.”