A great room in Atlanta home décor was designed by Matthew Quinn. The cozy home has a stunning Napoleon gas fireplace and it has polished mantel in Calacatta Nuvo Caesarstone. The seating area in this Atlanta home deco fits a crowd with a pair of 8 foot long Macalester sofas in a comfortable way. It also fits with Lind ottomans with cowhide covers. A cocktail table, tripod lamp, console table are placed along the seating area. All those stunning furnishings are from Room & Board. Side tables which have tansparent look are from Ballard Designs. They create an uncluttered look to the décor. You will still find many surprises in Atlanta home décor that will make you happy. A hidden charging station is one of examples in cooking space.
Let’s see the details in the cooking space of this Atlanta home décor. You’re going to see elegant lighting fixtures such as the Leyden sconces and a Lewis chandelier; both are form Hudson Valley Lighting. They have irradiated the cooking space in a graceful way. They create a symmetrical display with the chandelier in a parallel line with the gold kitchen hood. The banquette is coated in Interlude of Sunbrella fabrics from the collection of Thibaut’s Portico. The seating offers a cozy spot around the walnut talbe of Grothouse with shimmery metalized banding. Linen shades of Machine washable embrace the kitchen of this Atlanta home décor. They are by Thibaut and they are also “kitchen-practical,” says the designer.
I have mentioned you about the secret charging station previously. It is one of surprises in this lavish Atlanta home décor. Quinn got an inspiration from classis cars with the fold-down rumble seats. Then, he got an idea to create a secret compartment in the banquette which opens to reveal a pocket and charging for electronics. Still in the cooking space, you will see Thermador range in 60-inch includes a double griddle and a warming drawer. The custom hod of Mont Blanc comes from Francois & Co.’s Matthew Quinn Collection. The window installation in the cooking space will permit the natural daylight to illuminate it. You can place some herbs on pots next to the window.
Source : www.housebeautiful.com