Designed by one of my favorite architects, TS Adams Studio (previously featured here, here & here), and interiors by the talented Courtney Dickey and Bill Musso, this Atlanta home should leave you inspired.
The homeowners wanted a home with a transitional interior approach and lots of natural light and warm textures while having it also feel elegant. Colors come through the stunning artwork done by the homeowner Leslie Irvine, a well-known artist.
Take notes on all sources shared by the interior designer and be prepared to pin a lot because every picture in this post is pin-worthy! Have fun filling up your boards, everyone!!!
Interior Design Ideas: Atlanta Home Design
The exterior of this traditional home features painted brick, Weathered Granite stone and Vermont Slate roof. Notice the stunning windows and roof line.
Total Sq Ft: 8,888
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 2 Half
Exterior Paint Color
The exterior brick is painted in Sherwin Williams Shoji White.
Raised garden beds are surrounded by the same stone used on the exterior of the house.
The stone used on the exterior is Weathered Granite.
Beams are Cypress, custom-stained.
Featuring elliptical arches, medium-toned hardwood floors and a custom front door, this foyer is impressive and inviting at the same time.
“The home feels open so it flows, yet it has a traditional structural bone that gives each room its own identity”. – Tim Adams.
Paint Color: Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Trim Color: Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Custom black steel interior round windows add an impressive detail to the doorways of this home.
This home mixes white framed windows with black steel windows and somehow it works really well. Fireplace is Limestone with a flush hearth.
Furnishings are mostly sold through trade (feel free to contact the designer) or custom. I’ll be sharing similar items to help you get the look.
Draperies are custom with Kravet fabric – similar here.
Faux Concrete Stools: here.
Accent Chairs: here – similar.
Artwork: Leslie Irvine.
Rug: Custom Sisal – similar here.
Windows & Doors
Combining windows, doors and transoms gives an impressive effect to this living room.
The steel windows are by Calhoun Metalworks (see picture below) and the remaining are standard exterior clad/painted wood interior windows.
This dining room is surrounded by natural light and casual elegance.
Beams: Cypress Color- Roma Custom Stain (greywash)
Sconces: Urban Electric.
White hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers to make a beautiful arrangement. They’re so easy to work with!
Walls feature limewashed V-groove paneling. Also notice the ceiling beams and corbels framing the archways.
Butler’s Pantry Cabinet: Morgan Creek Oak Stain 1193.
A custom varnished steel hood by metalsmith Charles Calhoun was placed right in front of the casement black steel windows. The beams framing the windows are custom lime-washed Timber.
Similar Hood: Here.
Kitchen Paint Color
Kitchen Cabinet: Benjamin Moore White Dove Shaker Cabinet.
Kitchen Faucet: Rohl.
Kitchen Sink: Rohl.
Countertop: Nova Blanca Marble Island.
This is perfection right in front of our eyes!
Railing: Custom by Charles Calhoun.
Wall: Philip Jefferies – Driftwood- Twilight Blue.
Countertop: Bradley- Concrete midnight blue with integrated sink – (available through trade only) – similar here.
Casement windows bring an abundant amount of natural light to the homeowner’s art studio.
Draperies: Linen, custom – similar here.
The study features paneled walls painted in a surprising color, Benjamin Moore Kentucky Haze, and arched windows.
Light: Visual Comfort.
Paint color is White Dove OC-17 by Benjamin Moore.
Light: Urban Electric – similar here.
The master bedroom features a stunning greywashed vaulted ceilings with shiplap and exposed beams and an inviting window-seat. I personally love bedrooms with window-seat!
Chandelier: Fontana Arte – similar here.
Bed Fabric: Schumacher.
Pillow Fabric: Jane Churchill.
Bedroom Paint Color: Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove.
Drapery Fabric: Pindler & Pindler, Inc.
Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore Horizon. A freestanding tub is tucked into a nook located between the vanities.
Sconces: Urban Electric Sloane.
Cabinet: Morgan Creek Finish 1145.
Faucet: Newport Brass.
Countertop: Lace white marble.
Tile: 12″ x 24″ white marble tile – Grout Color: Moonlight – Changing the tile pattern from the flooring to the walls helps create more interest in this bathroom.
Shower Tile: Here – similar.
Crown Molding Tile: Here – similar.
Tub Filler: Newport Brass.
Towel Bars: Newport Brass.
Café Curtains: Custom.
Hardwood Floors Throughout the Home: Oak (similar here). Notice the stunning staircase with radiused treads and the grey Dutch-door leading to the mudroom.
Shiplap is painted in Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Barn Door: Oak.
This small but elegant home office features a custom Oak barn door with rustic hardware, a Weathered Granite stone walls, black steel windows and a custom desk with side cabinets.
Wall: Phillip Jefferies – Rivets in Silver.
A custom mudroom bench is flanked by closed lockers and it features an oval window surrounded by a mix of vertical and horizontal shiplap. Cabinets are are custom inset cabinets with a fixed panel and crown moulding above. Paint color is White Dove OC-17 Benjamin Moore.
Light: Urban Electric Factory.
Floor: Bluestone – similar here.
When it comes to the architecture of the home, the architect, Tim Adams, decided to keep the front elevation of the house more closed-in for privacy and more open on the back elevation to welcome the private yard.
The patio is extended and the space can also be enjoyed with a two-sided outdoor fireplace.
The pool are is surrounded by trees.
How perfect is this pool cabana? I love the architectural details.
Flanked by stone columns, the retractable patio doors open to an inviting covered patio with outdoor kitchen (see left). Floor tile is Bluestone.
Beautiful Outdoor Furniture: here.
The two-sided outdoor fireplace stone is Weathered Granite. The same stone is used on the raised hearth and mantel.
Outdoor Pillows: Here.
What a beautiful idea. Pin this idea to inspire you with your gardening this spring!
Faux Log Arragment: here.
This stunning loggia features impressive ceilings with limed Timber trusses and slate roof.
Draperies: Custom – similar here.
Many thanks to the architect and interior designer for sharing the details above.
Interior Design: Courtney Dickey and Bill Musso for Musso Design Group.
Project Manager: Noah Speights – TS Adams Studio
Photography: Emily Followill
Best Sales of the Month:
Thank you for shopping through Home Bunch. I would be happy to assist you if you have any questions or are looking for something in particular. Feel free to contact me and always make sure to check dimensions before ordering. Happy shopping!
Posts of the Week:
Follow me on Instagram: @HomeBunch
You can follow my pins here: Pinterest/HomeBunch
See more Inspiring Interior Design Ideas in my Archives.
If I am wrong, right me. If I am lost, guide me. If I start to give-up, keep me going.
Lead me in Light and Love”.
Have a wonderful day, my friends and we’ll talk again tomorrow.”
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
“For your shopping convenience, this post might contain links to retailers where you can purchase the products (or similar) featured. I make a small commission if you use these links to make your purchase so thank you for your support!”
from wildecom builders feed http://www.homebunch.com/interior-design-ideas-atlanta-home-design/