Home Tour:
Ken and Anita Corsini's Ideal Family Getaway

Take a photo tour of the home of Anita and Ken Corsini, hosts of HGTV's Flip or Flop Atlanta. The couple has fashioned a perfect family homestead for a party of five — plus one big shaggy dog, some chickens and a few friendly goats.

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Photo By: Emilee Ramsier

Home Tour: Anita and Ken Corsini

You’ve seen their innovative designs and home makeovers on the HGTV series Flip or Flop Atlanta. Now step inside the home of Anita and Ken Corsini, and their three kids – and assorted pets and farm animals – to see how they created and customized their own very special digs.

Family Affair

Anita and Ken pose for a family pic – not forgetting furry family pal, Riley (front, left) – on the steps outside their front entrance.

Floppy-Eared Friend

The extended Corsini family includes quite a few goats — who are most certainly not camera shy.

Home Tour: Anita and Ken Corsini

The home's front entrance features dramatic arched French doors, wide concrete stairs and flagstone wall.

Front Entry

A generously sized porch swing is the perfect spot for afternoon relaxation or a nap.

Foyer

The front foyer features a mix of contemporary and traditional furnishings including a modern styled console and oversized wall clock.

Living Room

A large area rug in soft neutral tones helps define the main living space which is furnished to create a warmly welcoming and casual vibe. 

Living Room

Ken's not wild about the ornately patterned chair and ottoman in the living room. "It's just not my favorite chair," he says. Anita is of different mind. She’s drawn to bold patterns and vibrant colors.

Living Room

In fact the chair an ottoman is on of Anita's favorites. "This chair just screams 'Anita'," she says. (Riley the dog doesn't have a problem with it.)

Living Room

Riley evidently doesn't have a problem with this chair either.

Living Room

"Friday nights in this house are family movie night," says Anita. "Homemade pizza and lots of cuddles and snuggles on the sofa and on the floor in front of the fire."

Living Room

The living room is bright and airy with an abundance of natural light thanks to several floor-to-ceiling picture windows.

Lake View

We lucked out because there were so many windows across the entire living space with just this incredible view of the lake. It's what sold us on the house. —Ken Corsini

Dining Room

There are no cows living at the Corsini residence. At least not yet. But there's one that features fairly prominently in the dining room.

Dining Room

The dining room table was salvaged from one of the homes that the Corsini's renovated. Ken didn't think it was salvageable, but Anita had other ideas. The worn top was replaced with a new one – suitably rough to match the rustic style.

Kitchen

The wood cabinets in the kitchen, including the hardware, were original to the home.

Kitchen

Jellybeans and cookies in glass jars in the kitchen are a testament to Anita's sweet tooth. Fortunately, if any cookie crumbs or other edibles fall to the kitchen floor, Riley the dog is usually at the ready to help clean them up.

Anita's Craft Room

Anita was more excited about showing this room than any of the others.  "Every mom needs a space that's just theirs," she says.

Anita's Craft Room

"This is essentially my 'pen room' because, basically, I have this thing with pens,” says Anita. “I have since I was a kid. When I was a teacher that was my thing. I guess you could say this is my pen house."

Anita's Craft Room

The space is stocked with every manner of pens, pencils, highlighters, paint-pens for crafting, a stationery card stash for note-writing, ribbon, tape and lots more.

Anita's Craft Room

"I sew here. I fix stuffed animals' boo-boos here," says Anita. She even revealed her inner sanctum -- usually not available for public viewing -- her supply closet. "It's a mess in there," she says, "That's why we keep the door closed." (If you want to see it, you'll need to watch the home-tour video. Photographic evidence is tightly guarded.)

Great Outdoors

The view from the kitchen, overlooking the backyard, pool and the lake, is one of the things that sold the Corsinis on this particular home.

Kids' Tree House

Ken and Anita's son, Rocco, is a cancer survivor and, following his treatments, friends pitched in to give him a special gift — an amazing and elaborate treehouse. It's elevated on support columns and features a catwalk bridge, front porch, real windows and a bright blue front door.

Kids' Tree House

Inside the treehouse is plenty of wall space to display artwork from all the kids, lots of art supplies and a work table for painting and crafting.

Kids' Tree House

"Another thing we love about the treehouse is the loft," says Ken, "It's got a really cool chalkboard wall up there, it's carpeted. It's their place to hide from us when they want to get away." It's a great place for outdoor movie nights, campouts and slumber parties.

The Barn

The barn, with sliding doors and hayloft, is principally the domain of a menagerie that, at any given time, may include dogs,chickens pigs and – most especially – goats.

Hello.

"For us it was super important for us to have our kids grow up around animals," says Ken, "and learn about responsibility."

"Selfishly," he continues, "I like the fact that I don't have to mow the lawn. The goats handle it for us."

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