Monday, April 23, 2012

2012 Atlanta Decorators' Show House Part II

And now, the second floor of the 42nd annual Atlanta Decorators' Show House. I want to mention that there is a third floor full of rooms, but because I was so busy talking and socializing with people, I completely forgot to go up there. If you attend the show house, don't forget to hit the third floor to see rooms by Barbara Heath and Tim Green of The Mercantile, Bryan Alan Kirkland Designs, Caroline McLean Tolleson, and Kellie Griffin.

The Guest Bedroom by Courtney Giles Decker of Courtney Giles Interiors.

The Lounge by Jimmy Stanton of Stanton Home Furnishings

The Nursery by Musso Design Group

The Guest Retreat by Christy Dillard Kratzer and Heidi Pierce of Dillard Pierce Design Associates

The Master Bedroom by Barbara Westbrook and Kim Winkler of Westbrook Interiors

The Ladies' Dressing Room and Bathroom was designed by Maria Nutt of McLaurin Interiors. Design Galleria did the cabinetry and architectural trim, part of their new collection that makes its debut here at the show house. You can see the mirrored insets that can be added to the trim; that's green hydrangea that is reflected in the inset.

Debbie Weitz, Kent Drotor, and Jessica Brummett of B.D. Jeffries designed the Gazebo. I couldn't resist snapping a shot of the goldfish swimming around amongst the selenite logs.

All photos the copyright of The Peak of Chic


  1. I have photos of the third floor over at Whitehaven:


  2. Thanks for sharing that. My favorite is the Master bedroom.

  3. Loved being tucked in your pocket to see all of this + stunning.

  4. Anonymous1:06 AM

    Love the house but I don't think the fish and Selenite in that last shot are a good mix. Not for the fish, anway. Selenite is water soluble and three big logs in a small bowl means that that poor fish will soon be swimming around in something other than water. But not for long.

  5. I like the fact that the overall look of the house was very coordinated but I would have liked to have seen some more brighter colors and a bolder choice in fabrics. Marvelous Foyer floor though.

  6. Anonymous7:57 AM

    Bravo! I think the Atlanta showhouse is one of the best in the country. It's tasteful and very livable. The designers did a very good job. I have one question, however. What is that scary animal in the nursery that appears to be doubling as a rocking horse? If I were a child, I would be very afraid of that.

  7. Anonymous10:50 PM

    Does anyone know the fabric on the back of the chairs and pillows????