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House Envy: Nature lovers’ paradise in the city

Every day feels like a vacation in this secluded $1.5-million home on the Chattahoochee, though the home is just 20 minutes from Downtown.
684 East Pelham Road

House Envy: Tudor beauty enjoys best of past and present

This Morningside Tudor was carefully renovated by Norman Askins to include modern luxuries.

Homepolish offers hourly interior design advice

Last year Atlanta joined the dozen or so cities served by Homepolish, a New York–based interior design firm that charges by the hour. Its revolutionary fee structure (from $50) is designed “to make the luxury of having a personal interior designer accessible to a larger market,” says cofounder and CEO Noa Santos.
Lake Burton

This Lake Burton house is sophisticated without losing rustic character

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.
Porch Direct Build Marietta

Before & After: A Marietta home remodel banishes wallpaper from kitchen and bath

This whole house Marietta renovation banished wallpaper from the kitchen and bathroom.

House Envy: This Antebellum home might be the oldest house in Buckhead

An elegant but unassuming Greek Revival home on West Wesley Road is perhaps the oldest house in Buckhead. Actually, it was built in Resaca, located near Calhoun in Northwest Georgia. In the 1950s, Atlanta contractor Joseph Walker and his wife drove by and fell instantly in love with the abandoned, antebellum home.
Tiny house

When will Atlanta join the tiny house movement?

Tiny homes have helped cities across the nation address shortages of affordable housing and homelessness. Yet the trend hasn’t caught on in Atlanta.

Norman Askins on Salubria, Buckhead’s most secluded estate

Architect Norman Askins often makes up a story when he builds a house. To inform the design for this 1997 Italian-style villa, he created a fable that revolved around a European countess whose American husband built her a retreat inspired by the famed Colombe d’Or hotel in Provence.
Susan Hable

Artist Susan Hable’s colorful Athens cottage

Susan Hable never expected to move to Georgia. She and her husband, Peter, bought the early-20th-century Victorian-style cottage in Athens on a lark—as a second home, a respite from the frantic pace of Brooklyn.
Betsy Riley

HOME Editor’s Note: More than an Entrance

Believe me, I completely understand why today’s homebuyers are so crazy about open floor plans. In fact, twenty years ago, we bought our own house largely because the den, breakfast area, sunroom, and kitchen are essentially one big space.

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