When renovating a bath in a historic home, designer Mark Williams had to work within a small footprint. “Baths were not as luxuriously proportioned back then so we had to get creative with storage solutions,” he says. “We built in a large piece—designed to look like an armoire—but is actually linen storage above, and a hamper below. The antiqued mirror insets in the upper cabinet doors make the whole space feel larger.”
"Details are the difference between good and great," says the design team of this fully renovated transitional estate. In this instance, a Gothic arch on the brick garden wall offers a peak at the home's overall architectural inspiration. A warm, traditional lantern and potted greenery create an inviting entryway.
Traditional furniture with modern updates gives this home office a fresh, youthful vibe. The tray ceiling adds height and depth. A gorgeous view outside the sliding glass doors provides constant inspiration and refreshing natural light.
The clients wanted a grown-up space that they could entertain in but would stand up the wear and tear of little boys and dogs! The inspiration for this was their wedding on the beach - bright sunset orange, blues, and turquoise. Hands down it had to give them those feelings - and it did! We hunted down unique pieces all over Atlanta. The Italian leather club chairs feel very 70's lounge to me. I love them and they are insanely comfortable!
The estate's architectural and interior elements draw inspiration from Eastern influences — like the custom-designed vessel sinks and decorative window screen in the bathroom. A cavernous soaking tub leaves a strong impression in the serene space.
The inspiration for this island-style residence emerged from the homeowner's memories of living in the Bahamas and a desire for a unique, contemporary home. Island design components like deep balconies, rich wood soffits and Bahama shutters are blended with modern elements including oversized roof overhangs, angular lines and architectural columns reaching from ground to roof.