This week we broke away from the grind to visit the Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators’ Show House & Gardens sponsored by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. I have to say, it was one of our all time favorites!
Unlike many designer show homes, this one flowed beautifully incorporating a perfect fusion of East meets West. The zen ambiance that permeated the house was so peaceful. We especially loved the Indian and Moorish influences throughout the home. Kudos to all 33 of the interior and landscape designers – each one did a spectacular job!
I’d like to be able to share photos of each room and give each designer a big pat on the back, but the docents were drill sergeants with eagle eyes so I could only take photos of a few spaces.
Our favorite space was the outdoor sitting room designed by Donna Deanglis, Barbara Heath and Tim Green of The Mercantile.
This creative table setting makes me what to have a party!
If I ever had a Gardening Room, I’d want one just like this one designed by Brenda Zaharchak of Noelle Michael Interiors.
Or a gorgeous pop of green in the foyer designed by Cheryl Lucas and Jackie Cottrill.
The girls bedroom was another one of our favorites. Designed by Manishka Kulkarn & Janice Palmer of Y Design International. The room was super colorful but not overdone. I love the Moorish shape of the headboard.
Another beautiful detail consistent throughout The Lotus House was the attention paid to the cabinetry, hardware and surfaces.
I wish I could show you some of our other favorites like the exquisite bathrooms designed by Michael Habachy, the Living Room by Barry Dixon, the Family Room by Patricia Mclean and the Prayer Room artfully designed by Raymond Goins but I would have been scolded big time by the women manning each room.
Thank God for the excellent camera on my new (white) iPhone 4:)