Here is the exterior of the home. It is gratifying to see what the home looks like on the outside, as there was no picture in the article.
The front hall, which was in the magazine article and is also on the architect's website. I always love seeing chairs with small framed etchings above (in fact, I even devoted an entire post to this type of vignette).
Here is a beautiful picture that was not in the magazine. The stairwell and Swedish style Mora clock are a beautiful view at the end of the hall.
This is top view is from the architect's website; the bottom version is the styled version from the magazine. There really aren't too many differences other than flowers and throws. Look through the right, to what looks like a beautiful limestone fireplace. I don't see this in any of the room pictures in either the magazine or the architect's site. I wonder what room it is?
Here is a perspective of the living room that was not in the magazine - a view of the room with the French doors. I had originally thought that this room was in the front of the house, but now I think it might be in the back given that there are three sets of French doors (the front of the house has two). I wish there were a picture of the back of the house so I could figure out the floorplan.
Perhaps it is this room that is in the front of the house.
And this must be the other room in the front of the house.
I love this view of a Swedish style bench with a tapestry hanging above.
Oh, how I would love to have a pantry like this!
The kitchen. This house is about 9500 square feet, so the small size of the kitchen surprises me. It is beautiful, though, with its Niermann Weeks chandelier and custom cabinetry. I also like the farm sink and industrial looking faucet. The upholstered chairs, as lovely as they are, would not last even a week with my messy children. The owners of this home must be beyond the young kid stage.
I hope you enjoyed this tour of a new French inspired home in Atlanta! Be sure to check out the website for Spitzmiller & Norris; they have some wonderful galleries of their work.