This house is located in a well established neighborhood in Atlanta with mature trees and shrubs. The former house was a dark, dated ranch and this couple wanted an updated, bright Cape Cod style home with open concept interiors with great entertaining spaces that centered around the pool and gardens. They also wanted the house to seem like it had always been there. The shingles and stone work are classic architectural features that stand the test of time.
The exterior of this home feature a mix of grey shingles and stone siding. Door stain is Provential with 20% brown tint added.
This kitchen feels clean, bright and crisp! The perimeter counter is Caesarstone Raven while the island is Caesastone Calacatta Nuvo with a mitered 2.25” edge. The clients wanted to use a quartz for counter tops- it looks great and is easy to maintain!
Backsplash is a small scale mosaic.
The kitchen features Ashley Norton cabinet hardware.
Appliances are Wolf / Subzero.
Kitchen cabinets are a simple shaker panel painted in Benjamin Moore White Dove. Notice the stunning tongue and groove walls and ceiling.
Kitchen counterstools are upholstered in a white faux leather (for easy clean up) from Lee Industries.
Lighting over the island is from Urban Electric.
Island is painted Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal.
The designer painted the entire kitchen area Benjamin Moore White Dove. With all of the wood walls and ceiling, they thought it best to let the architectural elements shine through.
I love how bright the kitchen nook feels. The breakfast room table is from Bungalow Classic and the chairs are Verellen.
Lighting over the breakfast room table is from Restoration Hardware.
Flooring is White Oak with a custom stain.
The designer kept the living room mostly in grays and whites which gives the home a relaxed feel.
The best part of the living room is how it opens up to the outdoor area with custom folding doors. By opening the family room to the outdoors, it creates a great entertaining space with a lovely view of the pool.
Lee Sofas are covered in gray Romo fabric and the Mitchell Gold chairs are covered in a Duralee fabric.
Coffee table is Four Hands and the console table is from Uttermost.
The fireplace uses the same stone as used on the exterior of the house with a limestone surround.
Light fixtures in the living room are from Circa Lighting.
The homeowners wanted a tranquil master bedroom where they could totally relax. The designer chose a palette of warm grays and beiges to keep everything clam and tranquil.
Console table is a custom piece from Tritter Feefer.
The walls are painted Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige.
Draperies are custom by Home Accents. The designer chose a Square Feather bench for the alcove for looking out onto the backyard. Pillows by Square Feathers as well.
The bed is a Mitchell Gold bed covered in a natural linen with Anne Selke bedding. Light fixture by Circa Lighting. Bedside tables and Starburst mirror are from Worlds Away and the lamps are from RH.
The master bathroom is serene and bright, just like every other space in this home. Countertops are calacutta.
Tub is Escale by Kohler.
The master bathroom has Bianco Venato marble on the floor and shower walls. The designer created a rug for the floor by turning the tile on the diagonal and adding 3 rows of 1×1 as a border.
Table is by Gabby. Light Fixture is Hudson Valley.
Window Treatments by Home Accents.
The mudroom features shiplap walls and a window seat. Cushion is in an indoor/ outdoor fabric and the pillow fabric is by Duralee.
Custom window treatments by Home Accents.
The designer decided to keep this powder room informal because of its close proximity to the pool. They used weathered wood for the console and leathered black pearl granite for the countertop and backsplash. Light fixture is RH. The brick in the herringbone pattern adds interest to the floor.
Benjamin Moore White Dove.
The backyard is very private. Pool measures 18×40.
The patio stone is Kentucky Bluestone.
The exterior stone is Tennessee Grey Orchard. Exterior trim paint color is Benjamin Moore White Dove.
Architects: T.S. Adam Studio.
Hello, my wonderful friends. How is everything with you?
This is what I was thinking about last night before going to sleep… maybe my “mantra” should be “My life is good and it will keep getting better”.
Truth to be told, nothing gets better if we don’t believe 100% in it. Positive thoughts creates positive energy and this “duo” should be part of our daily lives.
I want to be more aware of my thoughts, of what I am putting out there… because everything I give, I get back. By being positive and being direct with how I envision my life I help myself get there.
Bring a positive attitude and have positive thoughts. Make sure to stop yourself from any kind of negativity — stop your thoughts, stop talking negatively and stop any sort of complaining. Those things will only attract more reasons to complain. If you think positive you will be creating a more positive environment and energy, and this will bring more positive results to your life.
At this moment, we are getting rid of what does not belong to us – all negativity, all issues that are not making us grow and keep bringing us down– all of that does not belong to us, and yes, we’re getting rid of it. Right now, we’re creating a better life, a healthier life, a life filled with Love, respect and a life filled with prosperity.
Start by believing this: “My life is good and it will keep getting better” … because it will!
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