(via Veranda, photography by Simon Upton)
The contrast of dark wood against lime wash that makes Tudor homes so distinctive was cleverly captured and communicated, elegantly, in this 100-year-old Atlanta Tudor home designed by Amy Morris and renovated by Stan Dixon. The home was carefully refreshed to bring it into the modern day, with a subtle color palette and refined mix of contemporary silhouettes and antiques rooting the house in history. The star of the renovation itself was the addition of a scullery (pictured above), quickly becoming the heart of the home with louvered doors that open directly to the patio for easy indoor-outdoor entertaining. I love the balance of new and old at the heart of this historic home – step inside to see the rest of the rooms below.
How do you like this subtle, pared-down Atlanta Tudor renovation?