If you missed Part1 of the Southeastern Designer Showhouse here in ATL, be sure to catch up there first. As a reminder here’s the exerior of the house and today we’re going down to the basement of this 4 level home as well as to the loft/attic level on the 3rd floor. It’s a spacious and sprawling house with lots of nooks and surprises. Lots of window seats too, take note of those!
As I did in the first post, I’ll add all the designer’s name on their rooms/spaces, so you can check them out if you’d like.
Game Room & Bar: Elizabeth McKay, Venture Games
Lower Covered Deck: Mary Catherine Murray & Amanda Khouri, Murray Khouri
Back upstairs to the 2nd floor.
Stair Halls & Downstairs Landing: Theresa Ory, Theresa Ory Interiors
Evening Hideaway: Cate Dunning & Lathem Gordon, GordonDunning
Bedroom & Bath 4: Stephanie Jarvis, Stephanie Jarvis Inc.
Loved this grasscloth wallpaper.
Bedroom & Bath 3: Whitney Durham, Whitney Durham Interiors
Jr. Primary Suite: Kim Regas, Regas Interiors
The marble floors in the house were outstanding!
3rd Floor Loft: Michele Johnson, Michele Johnson Interior Design
Upstairs Laundry Room
Guest Bedroom & Bath 1: Coley Hull, Coley Home
I think I got the right designer names with the spaces they did, but if anyone know differently please let me know.
And that wraps up the tour of the Southeastern Designer Showhouse Spring 2022. I hope you enjoyed the tour and all the pics and details. I understand that many people don’t relate to designer show houses, but to me they are fun to tour and look at all the details. Just taking in all the materials and design elements is fun to experience. I get ideas and inspiration everywhere and seeing what all the designers are doing is fun to see as well. It might not all be my taste or your taste for our homes, but it’s definitely inspiring to see the latest designs in these multi-million dollar homes.