Architecture Details/Interior Design
Crown molding. Gorgeous paneling. High ceilings. Huge windows. Old doors. The wonderful details that make a house and home.
Southern Comfort: The design contains a convenient open living area anchored with comfortable upholstered pieces and light sisal rugs, rather than the Oriental carpets topped with heavy, wood-framed settees that are more often associated with strict Mediterranean Revival style. A sisal rug by Stark Carpet anchors a coffee table from A. Tyner Antiques and tight-back upholstered sofas from South of Market, both in Atlanta. The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s China White.
Mission Style - Love the light.
New Home with Old World Style
POWELL & BONNELL
I love the idea of aged brick somewhere in my kitchen.
love the windows
Big Boston traditional by Hart Associates Architects. Hello Anon. Hart Associates graciously supplied: The wood on the floor is rift and quartered white oak - the feature strip is mahogany. The stain was a custom mix of dark brown Minwax colors - apply conditioner to the wood before staining this dark - helps prevent blotchiness. I hope that helps. Best, G
Sliding Screen Doors - The owners of this South Carolina home wanted a welcoming entry and loved the idea of keeping their front door open to enjoy the breeze while still keeping bugs at bay. The answer: sliding screened doors hung just inside the foyer, instead of outside the front entrance. Plus, the doors keep the entry and surrounding area open because there is no door swing.
sliding screen doors - love these!