Now look at this delightful Georgian home here in Atlanta. Wow, the beauty is in the details! This is Georgian architecture for modern times! Let’s take a tour.
Take a look at all of the Georgian detail in this foyer. The sunlight from the front entryway, the pediment passageway into the living room and dining room, and the furnishings are amazing.
I am a big fan of traditional design, from architecture to decorating. Nothing makes me more comfortable in my surroundings than symmetry, polished tables, ad comfortable seating wrapped in a serene color palate.
Okay, I’ve admitted that I was raised on tours of homes. I remember one in Central Georgia that my mother took me to at about 12. It was an old antebellum home that was decorated for Christmas. I was overwhelmed by the charm of the old home and the wonderful decorations that complemented the architecture.
This is why I am so excited about the Peachtree Garden Club’s Christmas Home Tour! What a delightful way to get in the Christmas spirit!!
They will have four homes on the tour, with the first one at 1 Cherokee Road, being a beautiful Neel Reid built in 1921!! Joy!! The Garden Club’s website says that this home was one of the first constructed in the area.
The second home at 25 Cherokee Road has a four story spiral staircase! I can’t wait to see her lovely antiques and staircase that took eight months to build!
The home at 3671 Tuxedo Road was saved from the wrecking ball and has been renovated, updated, and expanded. I just love it when people invest in the past and preserve for the future!
3241 Rilman Lake Court is a newer home designed jointly by Spitzmiller and Norris and Suzanne Kasler. I am sure this will be a lovely, soothing decor and can’t wait to see it in Christmas splendor!
Visit the Garden Club’s website to order your tickets or learn how to get them at the door. I’ll see you there!