March 1st, 2010 in Atlanta
Designer Bob Brown believes that inspiration can come from anywhere. So, after falling in love with a certain Hermes scarf, he went to work designing a condominium at the Ritz Carlton Residences in Atlanta, Georgia. The result? A blend of rich colors, clean lines, and surprisingly masculine feel.
While Brown’s scarf-muse only covers one decorative pillow in the living room, it is clear upon closer inspection that the space is a perfect mirror of the scarf’s colors: deep browns, grays, and a splash of orange here and there. Given the small size of this particular room, patterns, aside from the one pillow, are decidedly absent and a neutral rug serves as the floor covering. ...read full post →
February 24th, 2010 in Atlanta
For a blossoming home designer, high-rise condo living can either be a stifling terror...or an opportunity for unlimited creative prowess. For Lee Kleinhelter, it was about to be the former. It morphed into the latter.
The prospect of a move was terrifying. She and her white golden retriever were accustomed to country life and fixer-uppers. Plus, she and her husband had just limped through a near non-sell of their former home in Garden Hills. Oh, and Lee, pregnant, was mere weeks away from her son’s due date. ...read full post →
January 26th, 2010 in Atlanta
Ever wondered what the Kitchen of the Year looks like? Take a peek. For the 21st annual kitchen contest, architects, interior designers, artists, developers, creative geniuses and spiritual gurus searched high and low to find the absolute best kitchen. Here’s what they found—a kitchen, hailing from Atlanta, defined by three features, confined by none and bespeaking a receding fashion of style that deserves the cachet as Winner for 2010 Kitchen of the Year. ...read full post →