Beth Brown, a designer, lives in this magnificent 4000-square foot home with her family. They’ve owned the Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia home since 2016.
This home radiates Beth’s style, which is a transitional mix from mid-century modern to Hollywood glam to global-inspired touches. It is outfitted largely in black and white and shades of gray. And it boasts an impressive collection of photography.
Walking around the home, you can spot some classic photos from greats like Abelardo Morrel and Elliot Erwitt. Local artists such as Todd Murphy and Dorothy O’Connor have not been left out either.
Other impressive features of the home include the open floor plan and the expansive windows that let in plenty of natural light.
Beth not only loves sensuous fabrics in charming patterns but is also committed to a greatly scaled back palette. And this is reflected across the home. The kid’s playroom features props of color and her daughter’s room is subtly blush, which can be assumed to be neutral.
The striking curtains in the dining room add loads of tactility and softness to the classy and glam room. Beth’s use of geodes and crystals across the home as well as a commitment to sculptural elements and fine art photography is impressive.
Her choices of lighting are perfectly curated for each living space. The kitchen looks graceful in Sherwin-Williams “Agreeable Grey” paint. The light fixture is Ironies Sculpted Drum from Jerry Pair.
In the formal dining room, there is a Terrence dining table and Remy chairs from Bradley. The fabric of the dining room curtain is Pollack Fringe Benefits from Donghia.
The host chairs are vintage. The home also features a daughter’s room, a son’s room, and the master bedroom.
The photograph above the bed in the master bedroom is by Sandee O. The lamps are from Circa Lighting and the chests are from Oly.
The Africa Juju Hats in the sitting area off the bedroom are from Etsy. Your eye can’t miss the African necklaces. They are from BD Jeffries.
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