When I first featured a beautiful Florida vacation home designed by T.S. Adams Studio and with interiors by one of my newest favorite interior designers, Mary McWilliams from Mary Mac & Co, I knew this family was not only very lucky but also had great taste. Now, seeing their main home in Atlanta makes me want to invite the designer and the homeowner (very sweet ladies, by the way) for coffee and talk to them for hours. The homeowner, together with the interior designer, seems to really understand what interior design is all about – the gift of capturing your taste, your senses and tell your personal story wherever you decide to live.
If you love traditional homes, this is a post that you need to save, pin and share with your friends. Here, you will find all of the details, from building materials (interior and exterior) to decor! Take notes and be ready to be inspired by one of the most traditional homes we’ve seen on the blog!
Family Home with Timeless Traditional Interiors
Let me start talking about this home by telling you guys how happy I’m to be featuring it on the blog. I was waiting for this day for quite some time and the designer and I have exchanged endless emails. I really tried to get as much information I could to share with you and she was extremely patient with me. Thank you, Mary! 🙂
This setting of this home is truly enchanting! Notice the bridge and how private this home feels.
Gutters: Copper 6” half round with 4” round downspouts all tied into drainage.
Garage Door Spec.
Garage Door: Base Bid: ¾ HP chain drive motor with paint grade panels per plan.
The metal roof is made of copper.
Roof: Vermont Slate.
T.S. Adams Studio are well-know for designing gorgeous homes in Atlanta and Florida and I’ve shared many of them on the blog.
Shingles: Blue label, sawn cedar shingles.
Exterior Stone: Bluestone.
Exterior Paint Color
The exterior paint color is “Sherwin Williams SW 3026 King’s Canyon”.
Exterior Painting: One primer, two finish of semi gloss latex.
Black shutters are painted in Black Tie by Sherwin Williams.
Nothing was overlooked in this home… it even features picket fence!
Windows: Jeldwen Wood Windows. Notice the beautiful slate roofing.
Front porch features Blue Stone pavers.
Wood Front Door
Front Door: Base bid: Oak, stained.
Lanterns are Gas lanterns by Bevolo.
The porch ceiling paint color is “Benjamin Moore 1619 Silver Mist”.
Beautiful foyer with archways and rustic dark hardwood floors.
Floors are 8″-10″ wide antique heart pine plank wood floors, dark stained and scraped.
Ceiling paint color: Benjamin Moore Cloud White CC-40.
Lighting: Most lighting used in this home are antique finds.
Foyer wall paint color is “Benjamin Moore OC-8 Elephant Tusk”. Stairway balusters, banisters, stringers and risers are painted in Benjamin Moore OC-8 as well.
Arches open to the great room.
Living room Furniture
Living Room sofas are custom with cream quilted velvet upholstery fabric by Fabricut.
Coffee table and end tables are antiques.
The antique wood beams in the living room match the wood floor stain.
Ceiling Height: 14′.
Bobbin chairs are from Zentique.
Paint color is “Benjamin Moore OC-8 Elephant Tusk”. Notice the incredible floors.
The four lounge chairs in circle and round table are custom.
Dining Room Paint Color
Paint color is Farrow and Ball Mizzle.
Dining room features coffer ceiling.
Ceiling Height: 10′ 4″.
An archway invites you to the kitchen area.
I love the open feel of this off-white kitchen. Kitchen countertop is Calcutta Danby.
Counter stools were from the homeowner’s previous home and the designer painted them in Alabaster by Sherwin Williams in semi gloss.
Island pendants in the kitchen are from Circa Lighting.
Wall Paint Color: Benjamin Moore OC-8 Elephant Tusk.
Backsplash tile is a water jet material by Renaissance Kitchen and Bath, Atlanta.
The antique heart pine flooring is from Willis Everett in Gay, Georgia.
Kitchen Paint Color
The kitchen island paint color is “Parma Gray by Farrow and Ball”.
The interior designer had a custom color mixed by Design Galleria in Atlanta. It feels very similar in tone to Creamy by Sherwin Williams. This blend is a combo of Benjamin Moore formulas, but according to the designer, “Sherwin Williams Creamy” will get you close.
In the breakfast room, the Pottery Barn chairs were repurposed from the previous home. The designer painted the chairs in Alabaster by Sherwin Williams in semi gloss to refresh them. Round breakfast table was from Holland and Company.
Breakfast Room Drapery Fabric: Schumacher.
Butler’s pantry feature dark stained cabinets and Calcutta Danby marble countertop.
Guest Bedroom Paint Color
Wall paint color is “Farrow and Ball 235 Borrowed Light”.
Boy’s Room Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore HC-153 Marlboro Blue”.
A cozy spot to read and to store books! 😉
This is a stunning traditional master bedroom. I love the color palette and the architectural details of this room.
Bed is Holland and Company, Atlanta.
Blue Ceiling Paint Color
The blue ceiling paint color is Farrow and Ball Borrowed Light.
Wall paint color is “Benjamin Moore Elephant Tusk”.
Nightstands are Restoration Hardware.
Rug is Myers Carpet, Atlanta.
Classic, beautiful and inviting…
Master bathroom features Travertine flooring.
Bath is Kohler Vintage.
Bathroom Paint Color
Wall paint color is Farrow and Ball Mizzle.
Tile: Durock waterproofed for shower and tubs Schluter system at all stone/tile floors.
Bathroom cabinet is 42″ furniture-style.
All ceilings, headers and jambs were tiled at baths.
This is one of my favorites mudrooms! I love the durable slate floor tiles and the cabinets. Cabinet paint color is “Benjamin Moore OC-47 Ashwood Gray”.
Mudroom Wainscoting: Mudroom features painted wood on walls.
Interior Doors: Base Bid: 1 ¾” Supa brand paint grade paint grade, two panel.
Mudroom lighting is an antique.
This home keeps surprising me… it even comes with a pond!
Windows are Jeldwen Wood windows.
Exterior Doors: Jeldwen Clad Doors.
Pool terrace flooring is Blue Stone.
The infinity edge pool blends in perfectly with its surroundings.
One of my favorite features of this home is the screened-in porch by the pool.
The screened-in porch is as comfort as any other room in the house.
Ceiling Paint Color
Screen porch trim and ceiling paint color is Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove.
A stone fireplace is the focal point of this screened-in porch.
The stone fireplace features reclaimed timber mantel.
Gorgeous ceiling details!
The outdoor living room opens to screened-in kitchen area.
The screened-in outdoor kitchen features bluestone floor tiles and blue ceiling. Ceiling paint color is Benjamin Moore Silver Mist.
Isn’t this beautiful? I love every details here!
A side door leads you to the vegetable garden.
Yes… a vegetable garden!!! Isn’t this home perfect?
The vegetable garden’s path is made of gravel.
The homeowner’s kids have a dream treehouse with its own slide.
Yes, a treehouse with pond view… imagine being a kid and having this on your backyard! Wouldn’t it be fun?! 🙂
Exterior Paint Color File
Keep this exterior paint color combo on your file: Exterior trim is Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove in semi gloss. Exterior paint color is Sherwin Williams SW 3026 King’s Canyon. Shutters are Black Tie by Sherwin Williams.
Architect: Tim Adams from T.S. Adams Studio.
Interior Designer: Mary McWilliams, Mary Mac & Co.
Photos by Emily Followill Photography.
Project Manager: Noah Speights.
Builder: Dan Maddux, Builders II.
Location: Atlanta, GA
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How wonderful it was to share this home with you guys today. Did you like it? I really hope you had a good time.
What a busy weekend I had, my friends! I barely slept… I finalized a kitchen and dining room project for a wonderful client from Edmonton, took care of the kids, cleaned what I could around the house and finished this post, that I so wanted to share with you. I hope this week will be calmer and I can rest.
Have a Blessed week, my friends and thank you for being here, for your loyalty and friendship.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
Sources: T.S. Adams Studio (Instagram: @tsadamsstudio). Interior Designer: Mary McWilliams, Mary Mac & Co. (Instagram: @marymacinteriors). Photos by Emily Followill Photography (Intagram: @efollowill).