In a stunning contrast to the house’s traditional Georgian architecture, Kay Douglass used white walls, grey-washed floors, and simple pops of bright colors throughout the interiors of her Atlanta home. In the living room, an antique table (from Douglass’ own South of Market) breaks up the arrangement of slip-covered sofas and tufted armchairs. In the entry below, a grand staircase takes center-stage, with a large piece of artwork and pink throw pillows providing hints of pink. With spring in the air, it seemed the perfect time to share this spare home with such a fresh spirit. Perfectly coordinated flower arrangements mark each sunlit room, bringing an optimistic reminder of a new season…
I love the playful mobiles breaking up the space above the long dining table. After seeing this one in CB2’s spring products, I’m tempted to find a place for one in the house.
(via Veranda, photography by Mali Azima)
The bedroom feels especially soothing – the thick curtains and Moroccan rug provide a soft escape from the gray and white with creamier textiles, and I’m always a fan of the simple, floating headboard. What’s your favorite part of the home?