Eye Candy at Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

You all have got to browse the lineup of 100 Superlative Spaces that Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles has put together. It's a terrific compendium of unique spaces...every aesthetic is represented and it's really fun to look at them all at once. There are super modern rooms and others that are decidedly traditional - each is well executed in its own right.

These are the ones that will go in my inspiration files...
Design by Suzanne Kasler

Design by Barbara Howard
Summerour and Associates Architects

Design by Beth Webb and Nancy Pendergrast Duffey

Design by Lee Kleinhelter

Design by Barbara Westbrook
Design by Betty Burgess

Design by Phoebe Howard
Design by Amy D. Morris

Design by Beth Webb and Nancy Pendergrast with Summerour and Associates Architects

Design by Bobby McAlpine

Design by Stan Topol

John Oetgen residence

Living room of Keith Arnold and Marc Henderson

Design by Scott Laslie

Design by Margaret Bosbyshell

All photos from Atlantahomesmag.com, photo credits can be found here
Believe it or not, that's just a little taste....there are over 80 more spaces to view. Hope that browsing through the photo gallery is as fun for you as it was for me. I'm madly in love with the dark bedroom by Barbara Howard (second photo on this post). I was shocked to discover that it's a teenage boy's bedroom...what a lucky guy!
Report back with your favorites :)


  1. I adore that magazine! It is one of my favorite shelter publications, hands down. Atlanta seems to be bursting at the seams with amazing design talent. Several of these same rooms are in my inspiration files. They feature such gorgeous spaces!

  2. i love the white kitchen. i find it equal parts beautiful and intimidating. i'd be afraid to make a mess!

  3. Elissa - I know what you mean...I'm dying for Carrera marble counters but I'd obsess over keeping them looking perfect.

  4. The dark bedroom stuck out to me too, but I definitely did not think it was for a boy! I also love that white kitchen, the marble is beautiful and I adore the islands. So timeless!

  5. The chocolate painted room by Beth Webb was also by Nancy Pendergrast Duffey. She and Beth colaborated as co-designers. Great room!