This kitchen features a white farmhouse sink, arabesue pattern tile backsplash and white quartz countertops. The white upper cabinets tie in with the quartz countertops keeping the space bright and airy, while the dark stained lower cabinets have a dramatic effect.
This classic stairwell has all the character it should have. Wainscoting, sconces, crown molding and a large chandelier are all right where they should be. Even the perfect entry table and floral arrangement are in place.
Soft colors are brought together artfully in this serene master bedroom. The crown molding coordinates with the headboard and curtains while blue chairs and orange accent pillows provide a splash of color.
Removing the heavy bookcases on either side of the fireplace made an immediate difference in the transformation of this living room by Designer Bailey Austin Bird.
Removing existing window shutters added much more natural light, which created a warmer, lighter feeling space. Patterned sheers paired with the solid charcoal panels make the draperies stand out as both functional and beautiful.
Wood beams on the ceiling of this breakfast room add visual interest and provide scale for the space. The large chandelier draws your attention and the speaking of attention-getting - take a look at those orange chairs!
Dark charcoal drapery panels add solid color, while patterned sheers allow plenty of light to fill this warm, sunny space. A big, soft sectional and bright orange poufs provide comfy seating. The wood coffee table fits the space to perfection.
This cozy living room is perfect for a family to settle in and enjoy. A large navy blue sectional provides plenty of room to stretch out. To keep things kid-friendly, designer Bailey Austin Bird used crypton fabrics throughout the room.
A wood coffee table from Restoration Hardware and a couple of orange poufs complete the relaxed look.
Ceiling Beams add architectural interest and coordinate with the darkly stained lower cabinets. Having two light fixtures over the island gives the space a sense of scale and the tile backsplash and colorful rug add character and a touch of personality. Gray bar chairs provide seating for the kitchen island and a nifty display shelf provides storage/display options.
Atlanta designer Sherry Hart created a fresh, modern feel on the tower's main level with some mid-century modern style pieces like this wood-base side table and a graphic leafy motif on wallpaper and abstract works by artists Blayne Beacham Macauley and Joe Adams.
Separated by a breezeway and outdoor space, the two-level tower that adjoins the Pinewood Forest Idea Home by Atlanta designer Sherry Hart suggests a hip grotto custom-made for a visiting artist or a cool getaway for the teenagers of the family. A space-saving spiral staircase leads to the upstairs bedroom.