As the city’s population grows, so do its options for luxury high rise living in Atlanta. The following are a few interior design projects we love by Atlanta interior designers, showcasing how high rises can be just as luxurious and well-appointed as free-standing houses.
Above project and photo credit: Robert Brown Interior Design
Project and photo credit: The Consulting House Inc.
This fairytale, eclectic teenage girl’s bedroom (um, lucky gal!) mixes pops of color like a solid turquoise wall, yellow layered stripe curtains and purple bedding with textures like velvet, sheers, ruffles and more. Top design idea: While designing this bedroom, The Consulting House built a valance above the bed to hang drapery behind with lights that creates a romantic feel.
Project and photo credit: Peace Design
This modern, neutral living room is chockfull of pieces of art—even the furniture is art in itself (check out the carved legs on that stool!). When there’s so much to look at in a room already, it’s best to keep the wall color subtle, like they did here with Sherwin-Williams #SW7008 and trim in #SW7006. Top design idea: Artwork doesn’t need to just hang on walls or perch on surfaces—consider adding an easel to highlight a beautiful piece of art, like Peace Design did here with an antique sourced with Robuck Co.
Project and photo credit: Robert Brown Interior Design
This contemporary bachelor pad’s library meets lounge meets game room is every guy’s dream. Plush leather couch, seats and ottoman provide ample room for kicking back with a book or hosting a company of men. Top design idea: Robert Brown increased the richness and visual impact of the room’s manly design by layering navy blue in different areas of the space—from navy walls to side chairs to curtains and even the billiards table.
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