Please join the Guild on their annual Holiday Home Tour on December 7, 2017 sponsored by Harrison Design.
Designed by architects Harrison Design and built by Sheehan Built Homes, this year’s Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Home for the Holidays Showhouse evokes a stately English country home. Situated on a two-acre lot, the five-bedroom, 8800-square-foot residence expertly integrates ordered, classical design with a more contemporary and casual flow.
EXCLUSIVE: BUCKHEAD MANSION USED AS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS SHOWHOUSE SNAGS $5.3 MILLION
A gated and fenced English Manor in Buckhead just fetched $5.3 million.
The 13,000-square-foot European/Traditional-style mansion by the Atlanta-based architecture firm Harrison Design at 1150 Garmon Road sits on 1.8 acres and was listed for $5.9 million. It has five bedrooms, five full-bathrooms, four half-bathrooms and features 12-foot ceilings, a slate roof, an elevator, a pool, outdoor living space and antique mantels.
Every year Atlanta-based shelter magazine Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles creates a magical, inspirational showhouse decorated for the holidays. This year's Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse and Marketplace (open until Dec. 11) is no exception, loaded with clever designer ideas for holiday decorating.
While the house itself is, clearly, fancy, fancy, fancy, many of the designers have great DIY, inexpensive ideas for bringing holiday style to your home without breaking the bank that they were kind enough to share with Made+Remade.
Tis the season for gorgeous holiday designs and decor! Each year, it fills us with joy to see the city begin to take on that wintry sparkle. While designers and homeowners alike are filling their homes with holiday cheer, the city reflects it back at us.
It seems impossible to choose favorites, as the Big Peach truly delivers when it comes to holiday decor, but we’re choosing just a few to showcase. Here’s our list of can’t-miss spots when you’re searching for that seasonal spirit!
A beautiful way to celebrate the holiday season is to explore Atlanta Homes &Lifestyles’ annual Holiday House. Touring the festive rooms and experiencing each designer’s individual vision for the home is fun for holiday lovers and design enthusiasts alike.
This year’s sprawling home was designed by Harrison Design (William H. Harrison, AIA) and was inspired by Stonefield Castle in Scotland, with aged limestone and a slate roof. Eighteen designers took part in the showhouse, envisioning the lifestyle of this home’s future inhabitants.
2015 ATLANTA HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS SHOWHOUSE: IN THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON, LINDSEY CORAL HARPER GOES MAD FOR PLAID
In the spirit of all things merry and bright, the Atlanta Home's and Lifestyles Magazine2015 Home For The Holiday's Designer Showhouse opened with a strong lineup of great design talent. Held at Millwood Manner, a grand English-inspired Buckhead estate built by Sheehan with architect Harrison Design, the home was transformed by twenty great designers, selected from a local and national spectrum, including Atlantans Barbara Westbrook, Robert Brown, Mallory Mathison Glenn, Melanie Millner, Carole Weaks, Steve McKenzie and Tish Mills to name a few.
ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLES HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS SHOWHOUSE
The annual Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles' Home for the Holidays showhouse is one of the city's favorite wintertime traditions. Formerly known as the Christmas House, Home for the Holidays is an annual showcase of Atlanta's leading design talents, and CLOTH & KIND was honored to be included amongst a roster of A-list interior designers. The 2014 showhouse, located on top of a hill on Habersham Road, was inspired by the 1890s-1920s English Arts and Crafts style of Sir Edwin Lutyens. Designed by Harrison Design Associates and built by Sheehan Built Homes, the stone-and-brick residence conveys a strong connection to its heavily canopied landscape—fitting for the Home for the Holidays beneficiary, the Southeastern Horticultural Society.
2013 ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLES HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
It’s that time of year again! The much anticipated Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Home for the Holidays (formerly known as the Christmas House) opened its doors on November 15, and is open through December 8th. I was able to see the house on Monday, and it is full of beauty and inspiration. Here are some highlights of the spaces, although this barely scratches the surface – you will have to visit yourself to see all of the magnificent rooms!