Interior designer Tanya Lacourse filled this home office with all of the homeowner's favorite things.
Looking for clues about her new clients, interior designer Shelby Adamson noticed some artful coffee-table books, a craftsman-built dining table, and some Jonathan Adler accessories in their Midtown home—all good signs they were on the same page.
When your client is 6’2” and a professional real-estate developer, you’re going to supersize some things. Along the way, Matt Teague’s ’90s-era Underwood Hills house was transformed into a modern industrial space with a “warm Southern twist,” says interior designer Gina Sims.
People can be multitaskers, and so can rooms. This swanky Snellville kitchen does double duty as a home office, thanks to smart space planning by homeowner Cynthia Pararo of Pineapple House Interior Design.
Inspired by a trip to Morocco, interior designer Chris Hutcheson designed a freestanding pavilion for her Smyrna client. “It’s the epitome of a staycation spot for entertaining but cozy enough for ‘work from home,’” says Hutcheson.
Thanks to its eye-catching wallcovering, this workspace in Patrick and Meghan Sharp’s Serenbe house is guaranteed to spark video-conference envy.
Kitchens invite guests again, laying out natural materials and rich colors as a welcome mat. Here, four new kitchens at the center of family life and festive gathering.
“A formal living room is typically an underused space in a home, but this one gets used by the family daily,” says interior designer Lindsay Tarquinio, who enhanced the room’s architecture with one-of-a-kind furniture.