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Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine:

Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

Brick Patio Fireplace - Home Designed by Frank Neely - Photography by Emily Followill

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Ceiling for kitchen/den. Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

Bathroom wall color Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

A light grey with warm undertones, this classic shade creates a unifying look that calms and restores. A great transitional colour, it's perfect for an open floor plan.   (This colour is part of our Candice Olson Designer Picks collection.)

the cinnamon post - eclectic - entry - toronto - cinnamonpost. I cannot begin to express how much I want a real foyer. (And a fireplace, but that's another photo.

With a glossy mahogany desk and expansive gray built-ins, this home office exudes classic sophistication. A neutral color scheme keeps the space grounded. www.mirabellointeriors.com

Sophisticated Home Office With Gray Built-Ins _ With a glossy mahogany desk and expansive gray built-ins, this home office exudes classic sophistication. A neutral color scheme keeps the space grounded.

Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

“When an architect is truly successful doing historic work, no one would realize he was even here,” says Frank Neely. “My hope would be that folks driving by would just assume it’s a house and have no idea it is a Frank Neely.

Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

“When an architect is truly successful doing historic work, no one would realize he was even here,” says Frank Neely. “My hope would be that folks driving by would just assume it’s a house and have no idea it is a Frank Neely.

Calcutta Marble Top Island with Wicker Counter Stools, Transitional, Kitchen

“When an architect is truly successful doing historic work, no one would realize he was even here,” says Frank Neely. “My hope would be that folks driving by would just assume it’s a house and have no idea it is a Frank Neely.

An Empire chandelier lights the library of Rose Hill, an 18th-century Virginia residence. Shelves designed by Amelia T. Handegan, who also decorated the room, hold books that have belonged to the home for nearly two centuries.

These Home Libraries are a Book Lover’s Dream

Rustic Charm, Modern Influence, dark beams, but natural wood - not painted

2013 Southern Living Showcase House - Cottage dining room with rustic wood beams in vaulted ceiling. Beaded chandelier over trestle dining table with patterned camelback bench and cream camelback chairs with nailhead trim.

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Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

In 2008, architect Frank Neely’s clients called him with bad news. They’d decided not to go ahead with the renovation he’d drafted of the 1940s-era Buckhead home where they’d lived for more than 15 years. But three years later, the couple came calling again: They wanted him to create a completely new house—a grand English Tudor.

Tudor Treasure: Architect Frank Neely designs an Old English home in Buckhead - Atlanta Magazine

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