Atlanta Home has one specific detail that we already love, European Design Influences! Let’s discover this Tudor-style place by the designer Suzanne Kasler and architect Stan Dixon.
Suzanne Kasler is the interior designer responsible for this amazing project. The owner only said to her that she didn’t a home that was too traditional and so this is the final result. It is a family of five and they wanted Kasler and Dixon “…because they really wanted a legacy house, a house that would feel timeless, like it had always been there,”. Dixon also said that “They trusted us, and they had high expectations,” says Dixon. “But they let us run with it. It was an architect’s dream.”
Bedrooms and Bathrooms Design
This bedroom belongs to the high-school-aged daughter and began with a lighting fixture in the best shade of purple. Then we can see a built-in bed swathed in a Mary McDonald for Schumacher print.
The bathroom compliments the bedroom, “It was fun that we even made her bathtub match that great shade of purple,”, according with Kasler.
Here we can see the primary bedroom that looks so much comfortable as he really is. The walls were upholstered in silk. Besides that, they did the bed, walls and drapery, using tone on tone. We can also see French dresser and desk, French modern chairs and a Madeline Stuart desk.
Kesler said that “I think this is one of the prettiest bathrooms ever,” , and we couldn’t agree more. This is an example of a luxurious bathroom with Calcutta Violetta marble and a gilded bathtub. They had as inspiration, Edwardian bathrooms!
Study Room is a Pink Room with Penny Morrison wallpaper and Benjamin Moore metallic paint. “It really is her (the owners) space,” says Kasler. “It feels very chic but also really inviting.”
We continue our Atlanta Home tour, now in the library. “I love the library that has the cerused oak finish,” says Dixon of his favorite room. The antique English Oak mantel was the first purchase for this home.
The dining room is just unique, and it has the right balance between traditional and modern design. There is a golden ceiling from Paris and a Gracie wall covering.
This is the breakfast room with Bennison Fabrics print on the banquette and drapes. There is also some antique botanicals from Lars Bolander and this combination, “does kind of bring you back to that English country house in a way,” Kasler says.
The kitchen has a lot of cabinets that were built into the architecture of this Atlanta Home. They also did two lanterns as lighting. They chose a plaster hood and a piece stone behind the island rather than tile, which create smooth details that juxtapose the more natural, conventional look of the breakfast room.
The family room with natural light all around, it is bright and open. Kasler decided to forego window treatments for the glass doors near by the fireplace.
“So the best thing about this room is it gets used all the time,”, says Kasler regarding the living room. It has antique benches and mirrors, side by side with a custom Beauvais rug and Christian Liaigre sofas.
To conclude this Atlanta Home tour, we have the entrance. Once again, we can see how traditional paired with modern design is such an incredible option.
Credits to: Architectural Digest