I am excited to share a first full look at the West Midtown Project townhouse design, as featured in the AJC’s Private Quarters column this past weekend! This project has come a long way since my mom moved in, as you can see in the project introduction. The contemporary architecture made a perfect backdrop for her antiques to really stand out, and I always love collaborating with my mom because the result is always a great combination of new and old! You can find a full profile on the house and my mom’s favorite elements in the article here. See a tour of the house so far through my lens below, and stay tuned for the master bathroom renovation!
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This beautiful antique chaise was reupholstered last year with emerald green velvet and blue linen piping.
The kitchen renovation was a really fun project which utilized the leftover wallpaper from my media room as a creative backsplash solution. I worked with Vetrazzo to add gorgeous terrazzo countertops and added this vintage runner from Revival to warm up the space.
I added my new white elephant side table to the loft for a sculptural accent by the blue chair.
My mom kept most of her furniture from the Dove Hill Project master bedroom, but I brought in some color with my pink painting and a custom silk striped pillow for the bed.
Above the vintage area rug hangs a gallery wall of my grandfather’s photos he took in New Orleans. I had a new cushion upholstered for the Italian bench with a spotted navy pattern.
In the guest bedroom where my little sister stays when she’s home from college, I hand-painted a tropical mural with palm trees to make this room a fun escape.
The guest bathroom got renovated with The Home Depot this year, in which I converted the shower to a small bathtub with custom shower curtains to dress up the small space.
To add visual interest to the entry hall, I lined the wall with large prints from my art print collection on Kevin Francis Design. The battery-operated picture lights are an Amazon find that are so easy to install anywhere!
There are still a few updates left to make on the house, and some things have already changed since I took these photos (like the living room curtains)! I hope you enjoy seeing this project tour for the first time.