A contemporary rustic sunroom in Atlanta has iron windows and doors leading to a patio and garden. When Nancy Hooff of Carter Kay Interiors, bought the house, the sunroom was basically an enclosed patio with sliding glass doors and three sides of full glass panes.
The great room in a lakeside living room has a nestled sofa and a fireplace large enough in which to stand. Carter Kay Interiors was tasked with giving the room a more human scale and creating a welcoming, cozy environment for small and large gatherings. The custom high-back Saladino sofa is scaled to relate to the fireplace opening and mantel. The designers had horizontal iron rods made for the draperies and had those same rods turn the corner, adding vertical straps to create an ever-changing art wall. The room also has a vintage iron and suede chair, a pair of iron lamps and lots of pillows for a cozy corner to watch the boats float by. The room is very carefully layered with rugs: sisal, Moroccan and hide, and textured chairs.
A large arched doorway serves as a beautiful entryway into this stylish living room. The living space features a stunning fireplace with a wooden mantel, transitional gray armchairs and an antique-style paneled mirror that mimics the shape of the doorway.