A ten,000-square-foot residence in Atlanta’s swish Buckhead neighborhood is the setting for the Flower Journal Atlanta Showhouse 2022, the life-style publication’s inaugural multi-designer showhouse led by chairs Charlotte Moss and Suzanne Kasler. Architecturally to the Regency period, the residence designed by native architect Peter Block & Associates and crafted by Michigan-based builder Younger & Meathe is now open to visitors, who can meander the layered interiors dropped at life by 21 design companies. The areas are buoyed by English-style gardens, a few of which have been planted on flat rooftops, courtesy of Atlanta panorama architect John Howard.
Previous the entrance portico lined with Ionic columns, a timeless but decidedly fashionable tone is about with particulars corresponding to a three-story floating plaster staircase accented with a bronze handrail and painted metal pickets, classic rift-and-quartered oak flooring, and a grand pool with limestone coping. Fittingly, Flower additionally paired designers with florists to invigorate every house with suave preparations.
Under, take a glimpse contained in the Flower Journal Atlanta Showhouse 2022, which is open to the general public by means of November 27 and helps the Atlanta Ballet.