The 2017 Home for the Holidays designer showhouse will inspire design enthusiast for decades with its masterful blend of dynamic color, style and detail within the art of modernizing classic design style.
This new, 8,800 square-foot luxury built home in North Atlanta designed by Harrison Design and constructed by Sheehan Built Homes is filled with design details that go beyond the expected to daring and bold. Beginning with Robert Brown’s painted living room walls finished in a bold eggplant hue (Farrow & Ball’s Pelt, No. 254) to Barbara Westbrook’s dramatic entry hall accented with hand-imprinted porcelain butterflies, inspiration is limitless throughout the home.
The relaxed elegant feel to the showhouse home is serenely attractive as it draws you in emotionally to pay attention to the luxurious details that bring life to daily living. The textiles, wallcoverings, flooring, seating and custom appointments set each room apart in a unique yet complementary way.
A few of my favorite spaces include the master suite with its use of antique furnishings adapted for contemporary lifestyles by Patricia McLean Interiors. The inviting laundry room that brings delight to everyday chores by Davenport Designs, Ltd. The open keeping room showcasing the outdoor view is also a favorite designed by Shayelyn Woodbery Interiors. The sleek pro-chef kitchen, designed by Bell Cabinetry & Design, captivates me with its modern finishes while staying true to the old English style of the house. The living room (mentioned earlier) tops my favorite spaces with its perfectly balanced use of scale, color, texture and finishes, a true showcase of talent by Robert Brown Interior Design.
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