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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

July 2019

Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles offers entrée into the city’s most inspiring residences. Readers view exquisite interiors and innovative architecture, with beautiful spreads illustrating everything from the latest looks to timeless classics. The magazine is also a champion of supporting local food traditions and regional cuisine created by the city’s finest chefs and food artisans. It is a definitive guide to Atlanta’s hottest homes, top design professionals, premier showrooms, delectable restaurants, residential real estate and cultural events.

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decision time

LOOKING BACK ON YOUR DECISION TO MOVE forward with renovating or building (or perhaps, cutting bait)—can you remember what was your breaking point? The straw that broke the proverbial camel’s back? Whether it was an outdated kitchen that cramped your style, a master bath that just didn’t feel very masterful, or a wall standing in the way of open-concept airiness, many of us have had that “aha” moment that compelled us to take action (or to suffer no further). July is our annual Best Baths issue, and our pages are packed with renovation inspiration. We cover trends from buzzy industry shows like KBIS (page 34), the freshest trends from design professionals right here in our market (page 42), and hand out awards to four of the city’s master bathrooms that our…

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atlanta homes & lifestyles

PUBLISHER Gina Christman EDITOR IN CHIEF Elizabeth Ralls @ELIZ_RALLS ART DIRECTOR Elizabeth Sanders ASSOCIATE EDITOR Claire Ruhlin @CLAIRERUHLIN GRAPHIC DESIGNER/MARKETING COORDINATOR Quincy Wise ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER Brad Hanner (ext. 417) SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Debbie Brown (ext. 419) ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Miriam Wagner-Griffin (ext. 498) SPECIAL PROJECTS + STRATEGY Stacie Hanna SHOWHOUSE OPERATIONS Lori Hojnowski EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Jennifer Boles, Shannon Dominy, Grace Donnelly, Laura Franck, Suzanna Cullen Hamilton, Lori Johnston, Carolyn O’Neil, Eleanor Roper CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Mali Azima, David Christensen, Emily Followill, Patrick Heagney, Jeff Herr, Chris Little PRESIDENT & CEO Adam Japko FINANCE & OPERATIONS Beverly Mahoney CIRCULATION Kurt Coey NEWSSTAND Bob Moenster…

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cosmopolitan character

MARBLE DESERVES attention and delights your eyes in the bathroom of this new Piedmont Heights home. A focal wall with striking stone in charcoal, gray, black and white hides an inset tub, continuing uninterrupted to the shower. “We were able to use that to create a lot of visual interest,” says designer Joel Kelly. The glass shower wall becomes the only clue that one might bathe in the room. The homeowners, who moved to Atlanta from Chicago, desired an urban feel that would be more congruous with the rest of the house, which has darker interiors. Sculpture and art, much of which was passed down from family to the homeowners, enhances the room’s artistic edge. The Walker Zanger marble is continued on the countertops, where a pair of inset walnut vanities by…

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in harmony

FOR A NEW TUXEDO PARK residence, interior designer Tish Mills Kirk envisioned her clients, who have four children, coming together at moments in their busy lives to breathe. Therefore, the main goal for this spa-like bathroom suite was for stress to evaporate upon entering. The result of careful collaboration between Mills Kirk, architecture firm Harrison Design and general contractor McGarrity-Garcia Residential, the all-white retreat is a marble masterpiece. In the same way that the design-build team and homeowners harmonized their efforts, the professionals recognized that each element couldn’t be the star. “Everything in this space is in such balance,” Mills Kirk says. “There’s nothing that jars against anything else, so it is very, very tranquil.” White marble walls and a stunner of a marble-floor rug—which was hand-cut from 16-by-24-inch tiles in a hexagon…

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high duality

TWELVE-FOOT CEILINGS AND a shotgun-style layout allowed Jennifer Reiner and Robert White with Reiner White Design Studio to add their signature brand of intriguing sophistication to the interiors of this new North Atlanta residence. Exposed wood beams, steel-and-glass transom windows and thick moldings establish a hefty scale in the master bathroom, while shinier elements—such as Caesarstone countertops, a porcelain floor tile laid in an argyle pattern, vintage brass hardware and Newport Brass plumbing fixtures in a satin gold—brighten the space, says White. “As far as Jennifer’s and my tastes go, we don’t do delicate very well,” White says. Adds Reiner: “The details are in the scale.” The graphic, laser-cut tile by Walker Zanger runs through the 540-square-foot bathroom, where halls designated for the husband and wife are bridged by the steam shower…

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understated elegance

ADDING BRIGHTNESS AND A MODERN TOUCH WERE THE GOALS interior designer Alison Womack Jowers relayed to kitchen-and-bath designer Mary Kathryn Timoney, senior designer with Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio, when it came time to renovate Womack Jowers’ personal master bathroom. “She just needed that lightness and that airiness,” says Timoney of the collaboration that would transform the fashion-forward interior designer’s space into something more indicative of her personality and design aesthetic. Neolith’s Calacatta surface, with its off-white and tan with gray veining, set the palette for the Buckhead bathroom renovation. The new layout retained the same footprint but appeared much larger, thanks to a new window placed behind the soaking tub and the creation of a curbless shower with Starphire glass. Bookmatching—in which adjoining surfaces mirror each other—allowed the slabs…