Located in Athens, Georgia and beautifully designed by TS Adams Studio Architects and Traci Rhoads Interiors, this family home exudes elegance in a timeless matter. From its sophisticated interiors and colors, it’s easy to feel invited in to these effortless spaces.
This family home features a traditional white kitchen with pale gray island, clean and simple bathroom designs, and beautiful wallpaper and lighting choices.
I think you will love it as much as I did!
This home is truly impressive! Notice the beautiful architectural details such as the side garage and the porte-cochère.
The exterior lighting is by Bevolo.
High ceiling, arches and tailored interiors are seen as soon you enter this home. In this living room, beautiful boxed beam ceilings and a limestone fireplace are sure to impress.
Gorgeous dining room with full wall wainscoting. I am loving that stunning chandelier, the blue velvet chairs and the white slipcovered captain dining chairs as well.
Dream White & Gray Kitchen
This is truly an exquisite kitchen design — which I wish I could magically make it appear right here at my home! 🙂
This kitchen features light gray kitchen island with marble countertop and small prep sink lined with backless black bar stools upholstered in blue medallion fabric. The kitchen also features crisp white shaker cabinets paired with marble subway tile backsplash. Steel windows, covered in white and gray geometric roman shades, flank white paneled kitchen hood over a Wolf Range.
This stunning white kitchen features a small prep sink on the island and white wood paneled refrigerators flanked by an arched doorway.
The kitchen lighting is Country Industrial Pendants from Visual Comfort – $1,470.00 each.
Countertop & Backsplash
The countertop and backsplash tile are Calacatta marble.
Isn’t this breakfast room fresh and fun? The polished chrome dining table with gray top is surrounded by Kartell Ghost Chairs over blue and brown rug layered over espresso wood floors. This space also features large steel cased arched window covered in floor-to-ceiling white and blue geometric curtains.
Lighting is Jonathan Adler Ventana 2-Tier Chandelier – $997.00
French doors open to a loggia. Floors are oak with a dark stain.
Wouldn’t it be great to spend some time here? The back porch features off-white brick walls and columns accented with white outdoor curtains. Notice the chocolate brown rattan sofa with brown cushions and turquoise ikat pillows. Beautiful color scheme!
Gray Powder Room
This gray powder room features Kelly Wearstler’s Imperial Trellis Wallpaper in Charcoal. Also, a pair of Waterworks Newell Single Arm Sconces with Cone Shades, is placed over a dark gray vanity with polished nickel ring pulls and white marble countertop.
Dream Home Office
This has to be the ultimate home office. I love the millwork, the decor and the furniture.
The home office boasts polished chrome x-base desk with white lacquer top paired with white Eames Management Chair. The office also features full wall millwork as well as floor-to-ceiling white built-in cabinets.
Dimensions: This room is 13′-10 wide (Left to Right) by 16′-4″ length (Front to Back).
This bedroom feels elegant and balanced — nothing is too busy nor too boring.
This master bathroom boasts bi-fold doors and the dark hardwood floors. Large beveled mirrors are flanked by Waterworks Blue Note Wall Mounted Single Arm Sconces with Cone Shades over white vanities with white carrara marble countertops.
Sconces: Waterworks Blue Note Wall Mounted Single Arm Sconces with Cone Shades – $590.00 each.
Fabulous bathroom with Jonathan Adler Greek Key Wallpaper in White. This bathroom also features a glass and polished nickel chandelier over freestanding bathtub with floor-mounted tub filler paired with upholstered lucite stool. Notice the dark stained oak wood floors.
This luxurious walk-in shower features linear mosaic glass tile shower surround and floating shower bench over dark gray tile floor.
This classic home features brick exterior painted in an ivory white and slate roof. Isn’t it beautiful?
Hi, my wonderful friends!
How are you feeling today? I feel a bit tired… didn’t have a good night of sleep, so I think I will need some extra cups of coffee to make through this busy-busy day. 🙂
Things are going really well here (I said “well”, not perfect — remember, I had a bad night of sleep!!! 🙂 ). I have some exciting projects ahead and besides that, we have some fun plans for the summer. The kids will do some outdoor activities and I’m crossing my fingers to be able to do some traveling.
I hope you guys also have some exciting things happening in your life. You know… it doesn’t need to be big, it just need to make you happy.
Take some time to plan something that makes you feel happy for this summer. It doesn’t have to be complicate nor expensive. Instead of planing something “extravagant”, try to focus on the small things that make you feel complete. Make a list of things you and your family loves to do and try to do these things at list once a week during summer. It can be anything — go for walks in places you haven’t before, visiting the zoo, going out for ice cream, helping someone, doing gardening, visiting someone you haven’t in a long time… find things that you know that will fulfill your heart/soul.
Have a great day, my friends and thank you so much for being here today.
We’ll talk again tomorrow. 🙂
Sources: TS Adams Studio Architects. Traci Rhoads Interiors.
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