Happy Friday! We are wrapping up the week and still working on the bathroom. Poor Mark has a case of shingles and we had no idea until it was well along. Who knew that shingles can mimic sciatica, that’s what he thought he was dealing with. He’s been on meds this week, so hopefully will be on the mend soon, but the bathroom is taking a backseat now.
I’m headed out of town to a small travel conference in Thomasville, GA, so I’ll share a lot of that when I return. Also, I’m starting to run out of new shares for Feature Friday so for now I’m going to reshare some oldies but goodies from the past. Enjoy!
I loved this article from Traditional Home, highlighting a newly built home in Atlanta. This Atlanta interior designer worked with her architect to produce a beautiful new home, that looks old. She wanted the house to appear as if it has been here forever and used architectural items in the house to achieve the look.
You can read the entire article above and see all the details on this beautifully designed and decorated home. You are going to be inspired!
This lovely home looks like it belongs in the French countryside. Beautiful exterior!
You can read all about how the interior of the home was designed and implemented.
Beautiful, traditional furnishings.
I especially love this wall with the center table and gallery wall above. This speaks to symmetry and beauty at the same time.
Close up of the blue and white accessories, always a classic.
Kitchen eating area. Love this! This home is far more than most of us can imagine having, but what great ideas to glean.
One totally gorgeous kitchen, don’t you agree?
A soothing and calming bedroom.
Along with a masterbath that is to die for.
Be still my heart, with this outdoor fireplace and covered porch.
So, even if we can’t afford a gorgeous home such as this and I’m speaking for myself here, let’s get some ideas from it, shall we! I hope you enjoyed this tour from Traditional Home as much as I did!
Interior designer: Lori Tippins, Lori Tippins Interiors
Architectural consultant: Holly Mizelle Johnson, HMJ Designs, LLC
Photographs by Emily Followill
Text by Amy Elbert
Produced by Lisa Mowry