Another new blogger I’ve met recently on Instagram is Kelly, who lives here in the Alanta area and has a beautifully decorated home, with elegant and classic style. I think you’ll love seeing her home and how she showcases the architecture and furniture on her blog, Kelly Nan.
Being a Southern girl, Kelley loves decorating her home and making her spaces pretty. A girl after my own heart!
Love the black porch rockers, to welcome in her guests.
Kelley has a great eye for displaying all her pieces and her home is beautiful and uncluttered.
A clean and classic dining room is on the front side of the house.
She and her hubby and pups live in a soaring ceiling home, but she has managed to cozy it up.
Beautiful stone fireplace in the greatroom with built-ins on either side.
Looking to the greenroom from the kitchen.
The kitchen is light, bright and airy too.
A true open concept home.
Kitchen vignettes are so pretty.
Her breakfast area has a pretty glass table and upholstered chairs.
Lovely French inspired designs.
A sitting room off the front entry is a perfect spot for more feminine design. I love that she saved an old sofa she had and recovered it for this room.
Beautiful view from here.
That ottoman is outstanding too.
Artwork in the sitting room.
I love her attention to detail and all the fresh flowers throughout her home. Really makes a difference in the pictures.
The master bedroom is fresh and lovely.
Two guest rooms are ready and waiting for visitors to her home.
She calls this room Nan’s room, for her mother and they both share a middle name.
Another guest room looking magazine worthy and so inviting.
I hope you enjoyed this beautiful tour of Kelley’s home in Georgia. I was blown away when I found her on Instagram at all the beauty and how gorgeous her house looks. She has an elegant and classic style that I just love! Stop over and say hello to Kelley Nan!
Jean from Georgia says
Wow! Simply beautiful, no clutter and such a calming home.
Tamara Anka says
I absolutely LOVE Kelley! Her style is impeccable, her home is one of the most beautiful homes I’ve seen and she has the most gracious and sweet personality! Such a fabulous feature!!
Speaking of houses in the ATL area – we need an update on your friend Ruby who built a while back on a lake; downsizing from a large home – pictures too! Thanks!
HI, Virginia, it is time for an update from Ruby, I’ll work on that soon!
Kelley’s home is so bright and beautiful! I love all of her well placed accessories, her dreamy bedding, and her use of florals! Plus she’s as sweet as can be!
Rhoda, this is such a great feature of the lovely and talented Kelley Nan’s home! Kelley is the consummate design professional/blogger and I love her style!! Thank you for sharing her fabulous home with us!!!
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Such a beautiful home! I love built ins and would love to have some in my home. Those porch rockers are so inviting as well.
Gretchen Nan Thomas says
What a great feature! Love the gracious touches and your lovely narrative. Georgia girls like you and Kelley Nan are so special!
Kelley’s home is so bright and beautiful! Loved your feature Rhoda!
What a beautiful home. Big, bright……beautiful!
Not being catty now – just another point of view. I have been in a number of newer homes lately – visiting successful friends, and family members – and I find that the decor becomes dated much faster in a new home than it does in an older, “neighborhood” type of home. I began to wonder why that is.
My guess is that in an older home, you are really forced to deal with the quirks of the architecture. This space doesn’t come to you “House Beautiful”. It comes with awkward angles, ikkkky details, and strange paint choices. So you end up putting a lot of your own personality into the decor. Plus, you have a “nothing-to-lose” attitude about experimenting with – – STUFF. And in the end, your “stuff” is what makes it an interesting, evocative, enticing space to live in.
IMHO, Hugs, cat
Where is the dining table and area rug from? Looks beautiful.
Hi, Lisa, you will have to go to Kelley’s blog and ask her over there, she won’t see this question.