This is a sort of second installment to the previous post where we ogled over designer Jimmy Stanton’s urban condo in Atlanta.
He and his partner also have a beautiful home in the Georgia countryside so there is even more of their gorgeous style to feast your eyes on.
Warm khaki-grey walls, harmonious blend of old and new, different shapes and textures… there are so many interesting things to look at, yet the overall feel is SO comfortable and homely.
The grouping of pressed botanicals set against black paper is fabulous and I love that the seat is not centered to the art wall… rebellious!
LOVE the old submarine ceiling lights!
They really have thought of everything in this beautiful home… there are even speakers wired into the tree trunks! *cue soft music in the air*
So if it was a choice between the condo in the previous post or this country home, which one would you pick?
Images from Atlanta Homes
Few home tours get me as excited as this one which I came across on the Mix and Chic blog recently. I’ve had the image above in my inspiration folder for a while so I was thrilled to see more of the house and find out about the owner, designer Jimmy Stanton, who has a knack for re-purposing cast-off objects as well as mixing old and new to gorgeous effect.
Jimmy and his partner Patrick have done wonders with their 2-bed urban condo in Atlanta, Georgia. The eclectic style is as comfortable, homely and cosy as it is smart and gorgeous.
The industrial and rustic elements are beautifully balanced by softer colours.
A free standing fireplace in an unused alcove… why not?
The brightly striped bed cover offsets the grey walls and rugged rusticity of the headboard.
Fabulous way to re-purpose an old scale!
Sexy inky black walls in the bathroom.
10 points if you noticed the submarine light sconce!
In the category of urban condos, this one is by far my favourite. It is chic without being ostentatious, and homely rather than overly precious. I could very happily cosy up here! My love for industrial and rustic touches probably plays a big part here. : )
What do you think of this place? Is this your kind of style or is it too masculine for you? If you could move in, would you change anything? (I would add a bit of sparkle while still keeping with the style.)
Images from Atlanta Homes
If there was an award for creative expression, it would go to interior designer Abigail Ahern for her fearlessly eclectic, witty and yet rather glamorous philosophy to design.
Photographer Todd Selby recently captured Abigail in her fascinating home…
As Abigail says “the best interiors are those that don’t take themselves too seriously”.
Photos from The Selby