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 sliding doors with smoked glass conceal the lower level office and guest room and upper level master bedroom and are designed to look like industrial windows, while exposed ductwork, a modern light fixture and spiral staircase add to the urban feel.
The focus of the interior of the home is on the view of the nature that surrounds it. Geometric windows on the front wall of the home allow in plenty of filtered sunlight and a prime view of the lot's design inspiration-the Live Oak Tree. A neutral color palette and stained concrete floors reflect the sunlight and make the space feel connected to the outdoors.
The tassel-trimmed curtains were the design inspiration for this nursery, their colors and details setting a fun, playful mood. Anthropologie curtains; Homegoods swivel chair; West Elm tree stump table; Rugs Direct rug.
The job assignment for Tate Studio Architects was to create a trailhead facility for a large private trail system in the desert landscape of Scottsdale, Arizona. The team used the setting as design inspiration.
The design inspiration for this breakfast nook started with the light fixture, discovered in a Nantucket shop. To cozy up the banquette, red, white and blue pillows were added for a touch of Americana.
A contemporary "Hamptons style" aesthetic was used as design inspiration for the home, as its owners are a transplanted east coast family. This spa bathroom features a luxurious soaking tub and planters with low-maintenance succulents.
The antique secretary was the design inspiration for this bedroom's aqua-and-cream palette and feminine feel. Wallpaper in the same pretty hues decorates the wall behind the bed. And lots of curves layer in softness.
Much of the design inspiration for this luxurious living room draws from a circle motif. The shape is picked up in the doors leading outside, the pendant light, the artwork, rug, round coffee tables and accessories.
A pair of vintage gold mirrors were the design inspiration for this master bedroom. The metallic pop is picked up in the pulls of the large and functional side tables and in subtle accents throughout the room.