It’s time to bid a fond farewell to Atlanta Home & Lifestyles “Home for the Holiday’s” (sadly it ended on Sunday). I planned to go back one last time to see some of the spaces I wasn’t able to before it opened, and maybe, just enjoy a leisurely stroll throughout the house without worrying about taking the perfect picture. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to share all the rooms because the camera crews and workers were there the day I went…so my apologies to anyone who wasn’t featured in this three-part series.
Today, I wanted to wrap up my visit and share some last images. Of course, a big hat tip to all the amazing designers who participated in this year’s home. It was an incredible showcase of design vision. From Lindsay Coral Harper’s family room wrapped in a rich hue of blue-green grass cloth to John Oetgen’s pink confection of a dining space. Rather than spend time with a lengthy recap, I’d rather let the pictures speak a thousand words. If you’d like to see my entire series you can see them here Part 1, Part 2. The designers who participated are as follows: Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts-Randy Korando & Dan Belman (www.boxwoodsonline.com), Holt Interiors-Chris Holt (www.holtinteriors.com), Oetgen Design-John Oetgen (www.oetgendesign.com), Barbara Westbrook (westbrookinteriors.com), Robert Brown (robertbrownid.com), Lindsey Coral Harper (lchinteriors.com), James Wheeler Designers (jwheelerdesigns.com), Heather Hogan Roberts (www.ivyandvine.com), Kerry M. Howard (www.kmhinteriors.net), Steve McKenzie (stevemckenzies.com), Jessica Bradley (www.jessicabradleyinteriors.com), Joel Kelly Design (joelkelly.com), Carole Weeks (weaksint.com), Mallory Mathison Glenn (mallorymathison.com), Melanie Millner (thedesignatelier.com), Judy Russell Bentley, Tish Mills (harmoniousliving.net), Barbara Marshall Howard, Karen Ferguson (harrisondesign.com). I encourage you all to check out some of their websites, and if you are looking for a designer well…this is certainly a great place to start!
With Christmas fast approaching I’ll be sharing some of my favorite table settings. So check back…
For now a little more design inspiration from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Home for the Holiday’s…
Designer/ Robert Brown Interior Design-Photo/ Vicki Gladle Bolick
Until next time,
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