(via Atlanta Magazine, photography by Jeff Herr)
For a Mediterranean-style home in the middle of Buckhead (one that’s always caught my eye), architect Norman Askins and designer Susan Bozeman brought a French touch to the new interiors, adding to the European style of the stucco house. The 1930’s home features arched windows above French doors, black shutters, and romantic Juliet balconies on the exterior, and the high-contrast look was brought to the entryway with all-black walls and a tortoiseshell ceiling. From the nailhead-studded pantry doors in the kitchen above to the brass fittings in the classic owner’s bath, this house is full of luxurious details with classic nods to European style. Step inside the Atlanta home below.
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