10.04.2010

New Meets Old...


While working in Atlanta I was a part of the design team at Beth Webb Interiors and worked on this home from start to finish. I truly enjoyed working with the homeowners and the team assembled to create this English style home. 

courtesy: AH&L, photos: erica george dines

18 comments:

Looking Glass said...

Very, very lovely!

~ Clare x

Rooms Bloom said...

Wow - I love the neutrality that echoes the exterior. Beautifully done!

Joanne

Cara said...

So beautiful! I can totally imagine myself living there!
<3

Pink Wallpaper said...

i didn't know you worked there!! gorgeous home!!

Birdie Pearl said...

Perfection! It is beautiful!

House of Ficek said...

Gorgeous home! I like the way nothing feels too new, it actually looks like someone lives there (and if that were me that would be even better)

Anonymous said...

Discovered your blog yesterday and I must say I'm loving it. Your post today of this stunning home is so classic! Thank you

carrie leber said...

oh you, know, it'll do...(totally)!! love it.

Yahnay said...

I cant believe you got to work on this amazing home! lucky thing. What a perfect mix of old and new. I love every room.

mydesignchic said...

Beautiful - love the neutral palette!!

Jennifer said...

it's WONDERFUL, Megan! congratulations! I'd love to hear about your favorite details ...

JMW said...

I am in love with this house - just gorgeous!

AESTHETICALLY THINKING said...

Love the post and thank you Megan for all your hard work! Know you are missed!

Laura Trevey said...

So beautiful in neutral...

Mrs. French said...

I want to live there :) It is absolutely stunning. GREAT work!

the designers muse said...

Great interiors. Very modern and up to date, with a nod to the English arts and crafs style. I believe I see some architectural details a la Voysey. I've been thinking and posting about The English arts and crafts movement lately, maybe the next one will be about CFA Voysey.

besterk said...

I love you blog, The pictures are always amazing...
you have became a big inspiration for my blog.

Cheers

Kendra
http://youngdiy.blogspot.com/

Casa Très Chic said...

Gorgeous house, look at that kitchen.
I'd love to cook there.
Tereza