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Favorite Spaces from the 2023 Southeastern Designer Showhouse

Favorite Spaces from the 2023 Southeastern Designer Showhouse
There’s something wild about this bedroom by Melanie Turner, and something quite refined as well. The natural-fiber rug (find a similar one here) and the rattan-wrapped chandelier show how regal earthy materials can be.

There’s something wild about this bedroom by Melanie Turner, and something quite refined as well. The natural-fiber rug (find a similar one here) and the rattan-wrapped chandelier show how regal earthy materials can be.

The 8,500-square-foot, custom-built Atlanta house that serves as this year’s Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens presented something of a blank slate—albeit a most luxurious one. Venetian plaster, French oak floors, 12-foot-high ceilings, five bedrooms, two laundry rooms and two terraces, a pool, a gym with a sauna and a massage room: It was a veritable wonderland for the 18 participating designers. 

The show house, which benefits Camp Twin Lakes, is open through June 4. If you can’t make it to Atlanta, check out a few highlights here.

 

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Who says game rooms can’t be glam? Not Elizabeth McKay of Venture Games. Gold accents, plush seating, vibrant art, and a pool table with hot-pink felt make this a space for all manner of relaxation. Find a similar pillow here and a similar rug here.
 

Who says game rooms can’t be glam? Not Elizabeth McKay of Venture Games. Gold accents, plush seating, vibrant art, and a pool table with hot-pink felt make this a space for all manner of relaxation. Find a similar pillow here and a similar rug here.

 

Even an expansive new-build house can have cottage charm. Case in point: this bedroom by Sara Hillery, with its gently distressed bench and stools and soft palette punctuated by orchid and pink accents. Find a similar sconce here and a similar floor lamp here. 

Even an expansive new-build house can have cottage charm. Case in point: this bedroom by Sara Hillery, with its gently distressed bench and stools and soft palette punctuated by orchid and pink accents. Find a similar sconce here and a similar floor lamp here

Jessica Kain Barton of J Kathryn Interiors transformed the lower lounge into a floral fantasy. Walls, sofa, and slipper chair are covered in the same lyrical toile, with framed botanical prints, bouquets, and topiaries adding to the theme. The natural-fiber rug helps ground the room, both literally and figuratively (find a similar rug here). 

Jessica Kain Barton of J Kathryn Interiors transformed the lower lounge into a floral fantasy. Walls, sofa, and slipper chair are covered in the same lyrical toile, with framed botanical prints, bouquets, and topiaries adding to the theme. The natural-fiber rug helps ground the room, both literally and figuratively (find a similar rug here). 

Canopy beds go back centuries, but Woody Yeomans opted for one with Lucite posts to put the “new” into this New Traditional bedroom. Opting for a rug with a large-scale diamond motif rather than a classic Persian or Turkish rug has the same effect. Find bedding with a similar embroidered motif here.

Canopy beds go back centuries, but Woody Yeomans opted for one with Lucite posts to put the “new” into this New Traditional bedroom. Opting for a rug with a large-scale diamond motif rather than a classic Persian or Turkish rug has the same effect. Find bedding with a similar embroidered motif here.

To avoid distracting from the verdant surroundings, Shelby Adamson of Little Black Fox opted to keep the upper patio monochromatic. The wealth of textures more than makes up for the tight palette, however. Rugs help delineate the lounge and dining areas. Find similar sconces here. 

To avoid distracting from the verdant surroundings, Shelby Adamson of Little Black Fox opted to keep the upper patio monochromatic. The wealth of textures more than makes up for the tight palette, however. Rugs help delineate the lounge and dining areas. Find similar sconces here

With its judicious use of gold, the primary bathroom by Source whispers quiet luxury. The flower-power Alberto sconces add a touch of whimsy. Find a similar mirror here.

With its judicious use of gold, the primary bathroom by Source whispers quiet luxury. The flower-power Alberto sconces add a touch of whimsy. Find a similar mirror here.

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