Colonial Comfort


A recent post from the lovely Holly over at Things That Inspire introduced me to this beautiful kitchen by Gwyn Duggan Associates.  I wasted no time.  I had to explore  the rest of the home featured in Atlanta Home Magazine, and it certainly does not disappoint!  There is an exquisite mix of refined and rustic furnishings.



 The homeowners took special care in building a home that would fit into the Peachtree Battle neighbourhood of Atlanta.  The interior certainly complements the incredible attention to detail that went into building this Dutch Colonial.  It's an open concept for a young family, that as a huge kitchen that overlooks a massive dining table and leads to the family area.  I have always been a huge fan of exercising restraint in design, and this home really seems to do that well, allowing for luxury that is a little less formal.  Open Spaces, with simple fabrics and impeccable details






It's hard to believe it's a new build when you see it form here.  They used Fieldstone for the front facade, and  huge porch for a most peaceful change of scenery. 

9 comments:

  1. I loved this house when I saw it in AH&L. The exterior is especially gorgeous!

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  2. wow that home is gorgeous, no doubt - great mix of quality and casual!

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  3. Last year, when this house was on agent caravan (it was on the market - not sure if it still is), I had to see it for myself, so I was able to check it out. It is a great house - graciously sized, but well laid out and does not feel overwhelming. The lot is fairly narrow, which is characteristic of the area, as well as sloped in the back, and the architect (Charles Heydt) did an amazing job of creating a great house that fits the lot perfectly. I often see the family out in the front, on the porch, when walking my dog in the area.

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  4. I am so glad you posted these images. I had only seen the kitchen too. What a beautiful home. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. INCREDIBLE!!! I love this home so much!!

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  6. I love that niche for the hall table. Fab place. When can i move in! So much detail ...

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  7. What a gorgeous home! Love that bench by the staircase!
    Kristen

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