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A Study in Black & White

Let me tell you, when I first stumbled upon this project via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, my heart skipped a beat and my eyeballs lit on fire! I just knew I had to highlight this home, featuring interior design by Atlanta designer Shawn Broaddus, and built by contractor Mike Hammersmith. The designer and contractor have done an amazing job creating a light, modern, but grounded design, that is fully functional for the homeowners. If this were my house, I would legit never leave.

Let me warn you, there is a lot of eye candy to look at here, so we’ll get right to it – starting with the entry above. A dramatic curved entry is enhanced simply with a piano and dramatic light fixture from R. Hughes. No need for anything else.

I’ve mentioned before, I’m a big fan of symmetry. This living space off of the entry features some very dramatic elements, like the incredibly tall double door cabinets flanking the fireplace, to the quartz lampshide rug, and oversized art. However, the monochrome of the white on white on white keeps the space feeling like it’s just enough, not too much.

Custom sofas from Björk Studio, covered in Donghia fabrics, just beg you to kick your feet up at the end of the day.

The family room offers another comfortable space in which to lounge and entertain.

The previous kitchen was completely gutted, and turned into this STUNNING space that even those most averse to cooking (me) cannot deny. Many of the furnishings in this home are custom collaborations with Grey Furniture, including this show-stopping brass hood.

You guys, this is an eat in kitchen. I’m not kidding. Also, loving the art in this space by Lynn Raney.

In high contrast to the living areas and kitchen, the dramatic black walls of the office space create a more cozy, masculine atmosphere, while white accents keep the space from feeling closed in.

This master suite is the epitome of sensory comfort. The headboard is upholstered in high quality alpaca from Holly Hunt. Just imagine curling up in that bed with what I’m sure are killer linens, and a plush fur throw! A drama queen of a chandelier from Arteriors hangs above the nightstand.

The ultimate entertaining area features more lush seating, dark walls, and a bar/wine cellar to die for! I’m also loving the pop of warm wood on the walls, and how it anchors the space. I would drink here.

With such a stylish interior, the exterior dressed to match. What do you think of this amazing home?

Read an interview with Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and Shawn Broaddus on the project here.

Images // Mike Hammersmith Inc. & shot by the amazing Sarah Dorio

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