Welcome to my blog where I'll periodically provide updates on my adventures in Atlanta real estate photography!
This gorgoues farmhouse sits in Georgia's countryside where living is a little slower. The small country town has one major intersection and one round-about going through town.
Built for todays equestrian family, this home embraces everyone with hospitality with its unique and warm living space custom crafted for now and years to come.
While there are many aspects of this farmhouse that I love, one of the more intriguing details is the amazing river rock flooring in the mud room. The floor offers this space a natural vibe, not to mention its a clever way to hide dirt in a high traffic area. As a mom, I love hiding some dirt. The farmhouse sink in the mud room is also a riviting addition. Let's all raise our hands if we need a sink in our mud rooms. The double front doors, paired gracefully with the painted hunter green finish, and the classic clear glass helps bring the overall experience of the entire door unit together. This beautiful home is infused with vintage style lighting and the library is adorned with old world charm and regal appeal. They have incorporated rustic wood beams in the living area and a ship lap wall behind the fireplace. The large decorative wall hangings are sure to catch the attention of anyone with an eye for details.
Architectural Digest posted it's picks for one of my favorite areas of the home, the foyers. Although they are merely a passage into the rest of your home, they can provide a design punch that sets the tone for your home.
Check out what AD has to say on this: http://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/best-entrance-halls-slideshow/all
This four-sided brick Atlanta bungalow is 2334 square feet and was originally built in the 1940's. The arched front door adds a unique yet minimal look to the entryway that can be admired from the curb. I seriously want to live here. This home is spot on for creating a space that brings together a medley of charming influences that work in any home. The lux hues, soft linens, and classic furnishings will leave you swooning over the elegance of this adorable home. I almost forgot, this beauty is only a walk or bicycle ride away from Chastain Park.
We all have that one pinterest board filled with barn and pallet wood DIY projects. Why? I'll tell you.
There is rich character and charm in reclaimed wood. It's undeniable. Chip and Joanna Gaines are not the only ones that love and admire restoration and salvaged materials when renovating a home.
This 5526 square foot home is the epitome of southern luxury. The home was renovated with century old bricks and reclaimed wood that was used for the exposed beams in the kitchen and den. The kitchen is accented with reclaimed bricks that compliment the gorgous cabinetry and quartz countertop island.
The front porch boarded ceiling draw the eyes up and the molding around the porch is impressive.
The bright white painted shiplap ceiling adds insulation as well as texture to this precious little girl bedroom.
Lastly, the addition of the saline pool with the carriage house to the side. This home is rejuvination; built on the past, craft for the future.
The new tiny house epidemic is real. It's legit! Not all tiny houses have you sleeping with your face two inches from the ceiling either.
We recently photographed this 500 square foot home in the heart of Atlanta. Comfort, storage, and luxury living were not spared in designing this charming tiny home.
Take a look for yourself.