The 15-light Sputnik metal chandelier with a cloud-white finish provides illumination and brings a touch of midcentury-modern style to the master closet. The eye-catching fixture has petite stems that radiate from the spherical body with miniature acrylic ornaments of light that glow at its tips.
Two identical plush sofas in a rich and regal shade of emerald green offer comfortable seating for visiting with guests, enjoying the cozy fireplace or the enticing outdoor views. The living room is now located where a small deck previously sat off the back of the home.
A durable countertop creates a versatile workstation for DIY projects that require more focused time and attention. Simple cabinets provide ample storage to tuck away projects and tools at the end of the day.
The powder room’s sink features a round basin with a subtly textured shagreen design with a muddy green finish for a serious style statement. A marbleized soap dispenser and small glass vases with fresh cuttings on each side of the sink decorate the uncluttered top of the vanity.
"I always joke that I'm going to force people to have a lifestyle whether they want one or not" says designer Danielle Rollins, of her cohesive, beautiful approach to life seen in her own Atlanta home's outdoor design scheme. Part of making her garden work: blooms all year round in a consistent color palette and a focused navy and white color scheme that plays out throughout the garden, from the outdoor fabrics to the architectural features to the containers like this whimsical strawberry pot in her edible garden.
Nothing in this space is ordinary, drab or boring. In Michelle and Forrest’s world, even something as mundane as a bookshelf is an opportunity to create an amazing vignette. The couple’s trademark combination of colors and shapes is on full display in this unique storage unit. The turquoise cabinet doors and slatted, blue sliding doors at the bottom add an interesting mix of texture as well. This piece is the couple’s choice for their favorite thing in the whole home.
A blue and white ceramic umbrella stand in the entry with a classic design and vintage flair offers an easy way to keep umbrellas handy next to the stairwell. The wood tones of the stair treads to the upper level of the home add warmth to the entry area.