Tour the 2014 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Decorators' Show House

Located in the Italian Baroque-styled masterpiece designed by architects Neel Reid and Philip Shutze, the 2014 Decorators' Show House is a masterpiece. Take a look at the work of the year's top designers.
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Home Exterior

Located in Buckhead, the 2014 ASO Decorators' Show House was staged in Atlanta's "Pink Palace," which was designed by Neel Reid and Philip Shutze in the 1920s.

Timothy Corrigan

Timothy Corrigan designed the family living room. With offices in Los Angeles and Paris, his distinctive design philosophy embraces comfortable elegance. His restoration projects and interiors have been featured in Elle Decor, the New York Times, Town and Country, Veranda and House Beautiful.

Michael Habachy

The loggia/living room was executed by one of Atlanta's top interior designers, Michael Habachy of Habachy Designs.

Bob Brown

The solarium was produced by Robert Brown Interior Design. They recently completed interiors for the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Atlanta, the Phoenix on Peachtree, the Cloister at Sea Island, and various high-end residential projects across the nation.

Bob Brown

Matthew Quinn

Kitchen expert Matthew Quinn of Design Galleria in Atlanta has been featured in Metropolitan Home, Veranda, Cottage Living, Robb Report Luxury Home, Traditional Home, Southern Accents and Renovation Style.

Matthew Quinn

Melanie Turner

The dining room is by Melanie Turner of Melanie Turner Interiors. Turner's interiors feature a blend of clean lines, found objects, fine antiques, and custom-designed furniture with an emphasis on understated glamour.

Barbara Westbrook

The Grand Salon was designed by Barbara Westbrook of Westbrook Interiors. She finds inspiration in the words of CoCo Chanel: Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.

Barbara Westbrook

John Oetgen

The morning room was designed by John Oetgen of Oetgen Design Inc. His work has been featured in House and Garden, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, W, Better Homes and Gardens, Interior Design, Southern Accents, Veranda, Atlanta, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles and Esquire.

John Oetgen

Janice Palmer

The guest retreat terrace was designed by Janice Palmer of Palmer Design Group. For her designs Palmer marries California elegance with sophisticated Southern style.

Janice Palmer

Kellie Griffin Donnelly

The grand staircase was designed by Kellie Griffin Donnelly of Kellie Griffin Interiors of Atlanta.

Loren Audrey Taylor

The family staircase was designed by Loren Audrey Taylor of Anna Abrams Design.

Michael Smith Boyd

The upper hallway was designed by Atlanta designer Michael Smith Boyd, whose designs are often influenced by time spent in New Orleans and Manhattan.

Traci Rhoads

The master bedroom was designed by Traci Rhoads of Traci Rhoads Interiors in Atlanta.

James Farmer

James Farmer, who is a jack-of-all-trades, designed this year's powder room.

Tish Mills

Designer Tish Mills of Harmonious Living dubbed this room le Chambre Tranquille de la Mademoiselle, a resting room for the lady of the house. Feng Shui is an important element of her overall design scheme.

Bryan Kirkland

The guest bath and dressing room was designed by Bryan Kirkland of Atlanta's BAK Designs, who believes in iconic classics that transcend contemporary and traditional boundaries.

Clay Snider

The master dressing room was designed by Clay Snider of Clay Snider Interiors, who was named one of Atlanta’s “Top 20 Under 40 Designers in Atlanta” in 2008.

The Mercantile

The Mercantile’s Barbara Heath, Tim Green and Martha Douglas Peyton designed the guest retreat. The Mercantile is located in the Brookhaven neighborhood of Atlanta.

Clay Snider & Matthew Quinn

Clay Snider of Clay Snider Interiors worked with Matthew Quinn of Design Galleria to design the master bathroom.

Randy Korando

The carriage entry and hall was outfitted by Randy Korando, owner of Boxwoods Gardens and Gifts. Korando and Dan Belman opened the Atlanta shop in 1995. Their work has been in Traditional Home, Veranda, Atlanta Magazine Home, Décor Magazine, Garden Design, among others.

Maria McLaurin Nutt & Clay McLaurin

The breakfast room was designed by the team of Maria McLaurin Nutt and Clay McLaurin. Marie finds inspiration in a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art.

Maria McLaurin Nutt & Clay McLaurin

Jimmy Stanton

The master sitting room was designed by Jimmy Stanton of Stanton Home Furnishings in Atlanta. Stanton's vision incorporates transitional items with unique and found objects.

Jimmy Stanton

Lance Jackson

The master terrace was designed by Lance Jackson of Parker Kennedy. David Ecton also worked with Jackson on the design.

Lance Jackson

Ed Castro Landscape, Inc.

The loggia terrace and gardens was designed and executed by Atlanta landscapers Ed Castro Landscape, Inc.

Ed Castro Landscape, Inc.

Ed Castro Landscape, Inc.