Traditional Twist



Interior designer Amy Morris has achieved a great balance of glamour, style and practicality. This house belongs to a family of four, all leading busy lives ... what I really noticed was the flooring. From wood to marble tiles, rugs, flagstones and those amazing herringbone patterned bricks in the entry.


photographed by erica george dines for atlanta homes




 love the height in this gorgeous kitchen ...









 bath with view ....





xxx dj






10 comments:

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

How gorgeous Deej....why doesn't my house look like that ?!!
Many, many thanks for your kind birthday wishes. You are a lovely blogging friend. Much love. XXXX

Alexander Waterworth Interiors said...

The rustic light above the dining table is beautiful - so much character.

caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

I'm in love with the hallway. gorgeous! xo

pve design said...

Oh my, how grown up!
pve

rochambeau said...

Hello. I come by way of Janet Elise of Winterlude.
Thank you for sharing these photographs, esp the first one, which I pinned!

Constance

lalalla said...

che bello!

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Looking Glass said...

Aaaahhh! Superb. I really love the bathroom and the framed vintage maps in the lounge room.

~ Clare x

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

So gorgeous I am going to go back and stare some more. That dining room wall colour, the lavender chair with raspberry "things" on the wall. the kitchen......I am loving this one. XO

Sharon said...

Lovely tableaux, as always...
A sidebar comment: I am always bemused by the commentary with these beautiful home magazine articles that typically states "the family members all live busy lives" - just once I'd love to see something along the lines of "the family sits around in their jammies and socks a lot"...
(Just me being quirky)

Nine Photography said...

INCREDIBLE home! Beautiful in every way!