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A bold neoclassical chandelier and leopard print rug anchor the pale palette of the living room, where paintings from the homeowner's art collection command attention. // Atlanta, GA

A bold neoclassical chandelier and leopard print rug anchor the pale palette of the living room, where paintings from the homeowner's art collection command attention.

An expanse of windows creates a light and bright look in the great room, which features reclaimed wood beams and other earthy elements. Painting by Elizabeth Chapman for dk Gallery. Chandelier and floor lamp, Circa Lighting. All other furnishings, M Home & Garden.

The air is warming, the sun is starting to shine, and we think that this fabulous "Coastal Blend" home in Atlanta Homes Magazine is perfect for the season!

Hamptons Hideaway - AH&L

When in need of rest and relaxation, Atlanta shopkeepers Phoebe and Jim Howard escape to the simple pleasures of Long Island

Jared Paul and Kelley Harris’s eclectic mix is evident in the formal living room, where a camel hair rug from Istanbul hangs over the mantel while two reupholstered chairs from Davidson’s department store provide seating in front of a 19th-century Southern tea table. Chandelier by Gino Sarfatti through Illuminations. Japanese Pendula Tree from Garden Hood.

Jared Paul and Kelley Harris’s eclectic mix is evident in the formal living room, where a camel hair rug from Istanbul hangs over the mantel while two reupholstered chairs from Davidson’s department store provide seating in front of a Southern tea table.

A living room alcove, complete with graceful Verellen armchairs, reflects a laid-back luxe approach to decorating.

A living room alcove, complete with graceful Verellen armchairs, reflects the Tilinskis’ laid-back luxe approach to decorating.

This elegant home belongs to interior designer Beth Ervin

Color and pattern are at play in Ervin’s Provincial-style kitchen and adjacent dining niche, with large-scale diamond-painted floors and a collection of green-glazed French pottery filling a French vasselier.

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