Contemporary, modern, Greek revival and victorian styles meet together to create a regal, eclectic home entry and foyer. The doors have an amazing impact, and feature softly arched top lines, wrought iron and glass to allow in the light. Another special element is the beautifully tiled floor in a circular pattern, which echoes the curved lines in the room.
This clean-lined, contemporary home was inspired by rural Mediterranean architecture. In this relaxed living space, massive, custom doors slide into pockets, opening the home to the outdoors and letting in loads of natural light. Neutral walls and furnishings are punctuated by natural accents and bright, modern art.
Homeowner Chad Alford had always wanted to live in a New York City loft, so his partner Tomas Frenes designed their townhome in Atlanta's Cabbagetown neighborhood to look like urban buildings. Custom doors with smoked glass are made to look like the windows on urban buildings, and exposed ceiling beams and ductwork enhance the industrial look.
A traditional gray and white bedroom has 18-foot ceilings. The soft, calming space includes a custom headboard by designer Phoebe Howard, a bench, a bedside table with a lamp, chandelier made of an antique birdcage, white bedding and a darker door.
The living room style of this penthouse strikes a perfect blend of comfort and elegance. The light blue sofa brings in the sky (spotted overhead through the large skylight). The fireplace features custom-designed doors.
To separate the formal dining room from the kitchen, a set of custom mahogany doors were installed to give the spaces definition. However, the doors can be left open in order to make food transportation between spaces simpler.