New Year, New Construction Thursday! Glennis Beacham listed the 2008 Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles 2008 Christmas House!
Architect: Harrison Design Associates Builder: Canonbury Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 8 Full 3 Half
Ok, this is going to be a fun comparison! I am going to borrow some photos from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles... and we can look at what it looked like then, and how it looks now :)
Info on the AH&L article:
Now, on to the tour...
This is the first spread of the feature in the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles February 2009 edition.
This are my shots of the foyer, with a view back to the Grand Salon...
This shot is looking form the Grand salon to the front door .. I love how the circle effect of the stairs is continued over the door...
This is the AH&L shot of the Library. It is located to the right in the last foyer picture...
AH&L does a great job at supplying the components. Stan Topal is a fabulous designer!! I love the play of dark and light in this room, as well as the dramatic fireplace by Francois & Co. They have such amazing fireplaces. I love seeing them in homes around Atlanta.
Here is my shot of the library. It allows you to focus on the ceiling and the parquet floors, both of which are beautiful!
This is a shot of the Dining Room, which is across from the Library. This is from the magazine. Designer, Carol Weaks of C. Weaks Interiors
And here is the Dining room now. Again, I love seeing the floors.
On to the Grand Salon..
Here is the Grand Salon now. Obviously from a different angle.
This is the keeping room. I do not have a shot of this room. One of the designers, Mary Allison Buzzell, is a friend of mine. She is such a cute new mom, and she is the author of The Buzz Interiors (Great blog! Check it out!) Here is a link to Gilstrap Edwards Interior Design
Here is the Breakfast area. it is so beautifully decorated, my photo can't even compare :)
Designed by Liz Williams and Bowdre George Liz Williams Interiors
Here is my photo of the kitchen. It was done by Design Galleria, and is so amazing. I cannot find a picture of it from the showhouse, but I wish I could.
And finally, on to the master.
It's so luxurious!
Design by Douglas Weiss Interiors
And one last thing. I want to show a photo of one of the Guest Suites.
I absolutely adore this room! If I had a bedroom to design, I would want it just like this. It was done by Beth Webb of Beth Webb Interiors, and Nancy Pendergast (Now nancy Pendergast Duffey), who was with Summerour Interiors. I am not sure if she is still there, as she has opened HER OWN STORE!! It's called Scout for the Home. It's at the corner of East Andrews and Roswell Road. I haven't been in the store, YET, but I will be there soon. I drove by the front of it the other day and it is so beautiful. Please go check it out, I know I will :)
I hope you all enjoyed the tour of this amazing home!
Enjoy the snow here in Atlanta :)