An outsized pendant in the dining area is from Arteriors. Drew and Janson commissioned the personalized wood desk, and Shelby specified pottery from a variety of artists to proceed the handmade glance.

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Hunting for clues about her new customers, inside designer Shelby Adamson found some clever espresso-table publications, a craftsman-built eating desk, and some Jonathan Adler components in their Midtown home—all fantastic indications they were on the similar website page. “I quickly caught on to the point that they experienced a keen eye for significant-finish style, with a little bit of an edge,” she states. The freshly married couple, Drew Standrod and Janson Morehead, verified they were being all about introducing some wow variables and cited “West Coastline modern” as a guiding style—which was all audio to Shelby’s ears. Their new white duplex was a blank slate, but the pair experienced superior art and mild fixtures as a starting off position.

Home owners (from remaining) Janson Morehead (a human-methods experienced) and Drew Standrod (who performs in the tech industry) turned an unused bed room into a multipurpose lounge room—grounding it in saturated colors and a beloved zebra photograph. Designer Shelby Adamson employed the linear sample of zebra stripes as a leaping-off place for just the right quantity of sample, incorporating striped aspects with the side table and McGee & Co. rug. A sofa from CB2 is charcoal velvet.

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Touches of teal
“Drew and Janson wanted their residence to be ‘a moment’, and I feel we accomplished that,” states Shelby, whose firm’s name is Little Black Fox. An unused reward space provided the opportunity to paint partitions in higher-gloss teal (“Pacific Sea Teal” by Benjamin Moore). “This colour results in the ideal space to sit, have a cocktail, and place on some vinyl. It’s bold, but quietly so,” the designer adds. Other vital characteristics contain matching teal curtains and a custom window seat, all holding the zebra art as the focal place.

Bold design choices and eye-catching accessories transform a Midtown duplex
Crisp white bedding with black trim from Restoration Components contrasts with black walls in the main bedroom, while a multicolored rug from Designer Rug Warehouse on the Westside ties almost everything jointly.

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Again to Black
“We needed to go bold in the principal bed room, so we did so with some attractive art, and Sherwin Williams’ ‘Bohemian Black’ on the wall,” states the designer. “The residence now feels innovative and hot.” Her tips to anybody thinking of a black bed room? Just do it. In this situation, white bedding with a black trim and a lighter rug range the texture and distinction with the sultry walls. Continuing the topic, Shelby painted the kitchen island and hood black also.

Bold design choices and eye-catching accessories transform a Midtown duplex
Benjamin Moore’s “Rust” makes a dynamic assertion on the guest bed room walls and ceiling. Ceramic-and-textile wall art is by Brooklyn-based Adelaide Veysseire. Chair is from Jayson Residence, and lighting is Shades of Light.

Photograph by Christina Wedge

Believe in in Rust
To give new existence to a visitor bed room with current furnishings, Shelby wrapped the place in a playful rust-orange stripe. A cover rug and textural extras engage in up the earthy theme. As with other rooms, the few wished components and art to replicate their travels and interests. “One of their targets was to provide the essence of the boutique motels they’ve frequented in the course of the entire world, like the Chromata in Santorini, or the Zadun in Cabo, into their property,” suggests Shelby. “We wished to capture that notion of every place reflecting the area taste alongside with large style.”

This posting seems in our Wintertime 2021 concern of Atlanta Magazine’s Property.