Decatur Home Tour

We are honored to have our project featured this month by Atlanta Magazine. Our design team created this Decatur home anew to suit a mother with two young girls and include their love of music and pops of color. The existing structure was torn down in favor of a home with classic charm and thoughtful details appropriate to the neighborhood and the family’s needs.

 

MUSIC ROOM
Left of the entry is the music room, with custom built-in cabinets that hold the family’s extensive collection of instruments.

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MUSIC ROOM DETAIL

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DINING ROOM
Across the hall, the formal dining room was designed around the homeowner’s existing furniture, adding personality with an unexpected ceiling treatment and new capiz shell pendant.

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LIVING ROOM
To the back of the house are the open-plan living room, kitchen, and breakfast nook, all with access to the screened porch, perfect for spending time together and entertaining friends and family.

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LIVING ROOM DETAIL

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KITCHEN
For a pop of color, the kitchen island is painted in Sherwin-Williams’ Labradorite with contrasting stools from Wayfair. Clear glass pendants allow the stunning marble tile backsplash shine through.

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KITCHEN DETAIL

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BUTLER’S PANTRY
Custom cabinets hide a pull-out work surface in the kitchen that houses the family’s daily essentials for bespoke smoothies and sodas.

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BUTLER’S PANTRY & HOME OFFICE
Custom swing doors in the butler’s pantry allow the homeowner to hide away her home office when not in use.

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BREAKFAST NOOK
Built-ins extend the charm to a cozy window seat in the breakfast nook.

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MASTER BEDROOM
Upstairs, jewel tones bring drama to the master bedroom.

 

GIRLS BATHROOM
The girls’ bathroom includes white subway tile and eyebrow window (seen on the front of the house) that add classic charm.

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For additional info and resources, see our feature in this month’s issue of Atlanta Magaine’s HOME or online at Atlanta Magazine.

 

Architecture and interior design by Terracotta Design Build.

Photography by Jeff Herr.

 

 

 


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