Top Designers Show Off Their Prettiest Looks at This Atlanta Showhouse

Wallpaper, artwork everywhere and springtime shades are all the rage at this showplace for the latest designer trends in Atlanta.

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Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

Photo By: David Christensen

A Spectacular Atlanta Showhouse

The 2019 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens is situated on 5 acres in the leafy Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. The 12,268 square foot home features Lowcountry inspired elements including painted brick, metal roofing and timber columns and multiple patios with French doors to connect indoors and out.

Feminine Entry and Foyer

Designers Beth Webb and Tristan Harstan used soft pinks and botanical elements to conjure springtime in this entrance foyer where metal and glass elements keep things feeling elegant and luxe.

A Bedroom Combining Old World and Fresh Style

Alabama Designer Ashley Gilbreath combined old and new in this pretty bedroom where artwork is creatively hung on a bedside bookshelf and the designer repurposed some vintage family lace on the bed for a coverlet.

Fresh Fields

"I do think green is making a comeback" says Boston designer Honey Collins of this tranquil bedroom whose tailored canopy bed and hand-painted fabric on the duvet cover and upholstered chair bring a sense of bespoke elegance to the space.

Clean Lines

A streamlined black and white color scheme and contemporary artwork from Atlanta-based artist Joseph Guay bring unrivaled sophistication to this masculine study from Nashville's Jonathan Savage.

Dining With an Attitude

Atlanta designer Robert Brown created this modern dining room defined by graphic wallpaper, a big new trend in home design.

Creating Privacy in an Outdoor Room

Designer Tish Mills Kirk uses sheer panels to create a sense of intimacy and enhance privacy in this lovely outdoor room off the kitchen. "This is where the family will hang out," says Kirk who defines this space as a kind of outdoor "keeping room."

Sophisticated Outdoor Style

Art gallerists as well as designers Meg Harrington and Ann Huff of Huff Harrington Design bring their interest in indoor-worthy furnishings to this front-facing covered veranda. Inspired touches include a mirror above a 19th century French dining table to enlarge the space and artwork that has been treated for the outdoors to bring a living room feel to this "very quiet, private space," says Harrington.

Statement Wallpaper Defines This Bath

Designer Ashley Gilbreath used materials in this bathroom that stand up to moisture and give the space its warm, inviting look with wallpaper and framed art. Dramatic, lush green velvet curtains (off-camera) hung to the ceiling framing the bathtub work when they are treated to withstand a wet environment.

Pretty Is as Pretty Does

Holly Hollingsworth Phillips of Charlotte, North Carolina combines color and pattern to rich effect in this 2019 Southeastern Designer Showhouse and Gardens.

Things Are Looking Up

Augusta, Georgia-based designer Brittany Cason Johnston created this incredible master closet with luxurious floor-to-ceiling closets and a distinctive wallpapered ceiling—a fun new trend in home design.

Relaxation Ready

In a patio design from Elements of Style blogger Erin Gates with Frontgate, a fleet of chaise lounges dressed in cool, lively periwinkle, each draped with a cozy throw stand at the ready for guests.

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