This beautiful brick home combines contemporary sophistication with traditional style. Cotton Blossom’s warm, neutral color palate with rich wood accents create an ultra inviting atmosphere. Beautiful hardwood and tile floors, white shiplap accent walls and reclaimed wood accents create an elegant farmhouse feel, while custom lighting, ornate fixtures and attention to every detail complete a unique, contemporary space.
Custom Hardwood Stairs with Shiplap
The custom stairway is a conversation piece, with beautiful hardwood stairs completed by a custom banister, steel balusters and a one-of-a-kind shiplap accent wall.
A Relaxing State
Relax and unwind in the breathtaking living room anchored by a reclaimed wood hearth with granite platform, and complimented with great natural light, a wood ceiling beam, hardwood floors and custom fixtures.
Prepare meals and entertain in the spacious, contemporary kitchen, featuring a Chelsea gray island, Farmhouse white cabinets, custom brushed brass pulls and beautiful stainless steel appliances.
Each bathroom is beautifully constructed of tile floors and showers, custom cabinetry, decorative sinks and attention to every detail.
Bedrooms come alive with ultra-modern, white shiplap walls, sliding barn doors and custom fixtures.
The Leighton by Sater Design Collection was redesigned for a narrow lot by repositioning the three-car garage. The custom home’s elegant British Colonial exterior gives way to a far more contemporary interior: streamlined cabinetry and sleek hardware in the kitchen and a glass-enclosed elevator spanning three floors.
A narrow lot required that Inman Park’s forward-facing, two-car garage be reworked as a three-car garage with a side entrance. Subtle design variations continued to add character to this Frank Betz custom home, including trim carpentry and specialty ceiling treatments.
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