When Catherine and Thomas Fleetwood bought their 1930s Federal-style Buckhead, Atlanta home, it was desperately in need of updating. Catherine was eager to keep the integrity and “old-fashioned” charm of the house, as it provided the perfect backdrop for the antique English furniture and treasures she inherited from her grandmother.  The Fleetwoods hired architect Norman Askins and interior designers …

When Catherine and Thomas Fleetwood bought their 1930s Federal-style Buckhead, Atlanta home, it was desperately in need of updating. Catherine was eager to keep the integrity and “old-fashioned” charm of the house, as it provided the perfect backdrop for the antique English furniture and treasures she inherited from her grandmother. The Fleetwoods hired architect Norman Askins and interior designers …

A hidden closet in the den houses a discreet bar cabinet. The waterfall quartzite countertop is backed by antiqued mirrored tile by Ann Sacks.

This Modern Georgian-Style Seattle Home Celebrates Its Gorgeous Setting

A hidden closet in the den houses a discreet bar cabinet. The waterfall quartzite countertop is backed by antiqued mirrored tile by Ann Sacks.

California Cool Architecture and Design from Appleton Partners LLP-Architects | Architectural Digest

California Cool Architecture and Design from Appleton Partners LLP-Architects

California Cool Architecture and Design from Appleton Partners LLP-Architects | Architectural Digest

The custom-made Georgian-style wing chairs in the library alcove are upholstered in a hand-embroidered fabric from Robert Kime; the pendant lamp is by Maurer, and the TG-10 sling chairs and marble Angelo Mangiarotti table are vintage | archdigest.com

Look Inside an English Country Home That Elegantly Blends Tudor and Jacobean Features

The custom-made Georgian-style wing chairs in the library alcove are upholstered in a hand-embroidered fabric from Robert Kime; the pendant lamp is by Maurer, and the TG-10 sling chairs and marble Angelo Mangiarotti table are vintage | archdigest.com

Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet’s London entrance hall was decorated by Michael S. Smith and is centered on two strong octagonal elements: a metal ceiling fixture and a vintage Karl Springer table from Liz O’Brien that stands on a Kravet carpet. The house’s original 1880s fireplace makes for a warm welcome, while the contemporary works of art propped on its mantel add a casual air.

33 Entrances Halls That Make a Stylish First Impression

Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet’s London entrance hall was decorated by Michael S. Smith and is centered on two strong octagonal elements: a metal ceiling fixture and a vintage Karl Springer table from Liz O’Brien that stands on a Kravet carpet. The house’s original 1880s fireplace makes for a warm welcome, while the contemporary works of art propped on its mantel add a casual air.

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