The remodeled bathroom mixes rich contrasts with a touch of whimsy
Vicki Bolick enjoys a day of salon pampering as much as the next person, but for her own master bathroom, she nixed the cliche of an all-white retreat.
Lavish closets are the new “it” retreats
Move over, master baths. Lavish closets are the new “it” retreats. Amy Ferrer, owner of the Roswell store Miko + Boone Home, created this space for some Brookhaven clients who wanted “a place to begin the day feeling relaxed but with a little glam.”
Interior designer Nina Nash and Don Easterling, of Matthews Furniture, furnished this room with rich tones
“The dark color really envelops you and feels cozy,” says interior designer Nina Nash. When she and her Mathews Furniture partner Don Easterling created this sultry and sophisticated study in Ansley Park, they installed classic built-ins, then furnished the room in rich tones from both ends of the color spectrum
“Split-levels are like an irritating pop song you love to hate and hate to love.”
As you would expect from the host of two new primetime HGTV series, Brian Patrick Flynn takes his own home very seriously—but when discussing his personal abode, he’s also characteristically irreverent.
Cara Cummins and Jose Tavel, of TaC Studios, tucked a modern house into the trees
Despite its busy location tucked between Freedom Parkway and the Atlanta BeltLine, the Old Fourth Ward home of married architects Cara Cummins and Jose Tavel feels like a peaceful urban spa.
Interior designer Chenault James used a mix of neutrals and brights to liven up the space
Who wouldn’t be more productive in an office this striking? At this Columbus house, interior designer Chenault James created a multipurpose room to accommodate a mother and her two tween daughters, providing a spot for paying bills and doing homework.
The home’s high ceilings and large rooms posed a challenge for designers Carter Kay and Nancy Hooff, along with architect Bill Litchfield
The dramatic architecture of this three-story house perched on a lakeside hill provides inspiring views, thanks to oversized windows and 22-foot ceilings. But large-scale rooms can be a challenge for designers.
This porch combines bright colors with reclaimed pieces to create a private lounging space
The best way to keep houseguests self-sufficient is to give them their own enticing space, says Brian Patrick Flynn. The quippy designer for HGTV’s Urban Oasis 2015 lives in Atlanta but regularly escapes to a wooded home in Ellijay that he shares with partner Hollis Smith, who has his own challenging schedule as part of the costume department for The Walking Dead.