Last weekend was the opening of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Decorators’ Show House & Gardens. This year the home is the lovely Knollwood property. I always enjoy seeing the work of local designers and inside some beautiful homes here in Atlanta. So much inspiration and so many ideas!
Getting ready to tour Knollwood. The home built in 1929 was once comprised of approximately 80 acres. Hard to imagine in congested Atlanta nowadays.
Love the bouquet on our table. Simple but pretty. Hydrangea, orchid, and artichoke.
Jane is officially a member of team Kravet!
There were so many pretty rooms full of antiques, artwork, and inspiration. My favorite room was definitely the butler’s pantry, designed by James Farmer. Everything about it is my taste, James I loved the dishes on the back wall, please share what pattern they are!
Photo: Phil Skinner, email@example.com
I also really liked the library, designed by Bill Murphy, and the dining room, designed by Carole Weaks. The library’s stream lined furniture, muted colors, and mix of classic and contemporary furnishings made for the perfect combination. So relaxing. I loved the beautiful buffet console in the dining room and I really like the idea of large round tables as they are great for encouraging conversation.
To see some interior photos of the show house, check them out here.
Who else has been to the ASO Show House? What is your fav part of the house?
Sorry for the delayed post btw. The bad storms we’ve had lately cut the power and french fried the router last week. It was just replaced today. Yikes! A couple days without internet and I felt a little frustrated. But all is well!
Next up #photoadaymay + Madison Spring Tour of Homes!
Have a bright day!