By Alee Morrison • Photos by R. Caligaris
After renting, renovating and recuperating, Philip and Jenny Adams, along with their three children, will spend their first Christmas in the dwellings of their dreams.
Interior Designer Beth Beaudoin created a cozily chic and personal living room for the Adams family by using neutral colors with simple pops of saturation, comfy sofas from Balsam Home, monogrammed throw pillows and custom-made iron bookshelves.
The keeping room is a great place for hors d’oeuvres and champagne before a dinner party. It is also a comfy place for the family to gather before and after meals, as it flows fluidly into the kitchen and breakfast nook. Carpeting is from floor Studio.
The painting above the painted brick fireplace is by Casey Mathews from the Joseph House.
In the basement of the house lies a family room with enough space for many to gather. All of the ornaments on the colorful Christmas tree were done by Philip, Locke and Sally while attending St. Thomas Day School as were the pillows on the sofas, which add such a delightfully personal dash to the room. The coffee table is an old desk from a Muscogee County School.
The kitchen reveals a bright sensation of comfort and is perfect for entertaining all ages. The contrasting hues of the granite countertops from Elegant Surfaces and the white cabinets and white marble subway tile from Jenkins Brick and Tile create a bold atmosphere. All appliances are from Ferguson. Hardwood floors throughout the home were done by McDaniel flooring.
Exuding a spa-like environment, the master bathroom portrays simple, yet elegant tranquility. The flooring was done by Jenkins Brick and Tile and the countertops were done by Elegant Surfaces. The fixtures, finished in a polished nickel, are from Ferguson.
All of the furniture in Sally’s bedroom is from Philip’s grandmother and the painting above the bed was done by Helen Brooks.
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