Traci Zeller Designs
This Traci Zeller dining room is a statement in blue and white. By mixing custom items with more accessible pieces, like the repurposed window treatments, Zeller created a room that’s at once sophisticated and accessible. The slipcovered chairs and dining table are Restoration Hardware, the lucite chairs are vintage, art is Eileen Power from Gregg Irby Gallery, and the rug is from Sisal Rugs Direct.
Photo By Dustin Peck
This Eastover kitchen was created as part of a Spanish-influenced modern home built by Grande Custom Builders. Though it has dramatic architectural details, the aim of the kitchen was to make a space that still felt warm and comfortable. The appliances are high-quality Subzero/Wolf, the countertops were fabricated by Cadenza, Coventry supplied the cabinets, and the plumbing fixtures are by Ferguson.
Karen Kettler Design
This home Myers Park client wanted a colorful kitchen for entertaining guests and hosting large parties. Karen Kettler tells us her favorite part of the design was the custom Curry Green and Brass range, a true statement piece coupled with the Curry Green bar on the left side of the kitchen. The banquet, lighting, wallpaper and furniture were selected by interior designer Ashley Delapp. The quartz countertops are from Cambria, backsplash from Walker Zanger, appliances from Ferguson.
Photo by Joe Purvis
Amy Vermillion Interiors
Amy Vermillion completely renovated this entire home in Foxcroft, but the kitchen remained one of her favorite spaces. The design team repurposed the space beautifully, unearthing antique Southern Heart Pine floors from underneath decades-old pink carpet. The combination of rustic wood and brick with the sleek stone and cabinetry ties everything together…and the cozy fireplace created a perfect perch to enjoy a book or a glass of wine.”
Photo by Chris Edwards
House of Nomad
An entertaining area that maximizes space without sacrificing intimacy, this Myers Park dining room is sophisticated yet imminently versatile. The Tritter Feefer custom round table frees up space while the settee from Gabby ensures additional seating and a welcoming informality. House of Nomad’s use of hale navy paint and the Aiden Gray chandelier imbues the room with a moody personality—a singular identity apart from the rest of the home. With warm wood tones and calming textures (thanks in large part to the Loloi rug), this dining room beckons: Utility and character renders it an essential space, not a ground-floor afterthought.
Photo by Laura Sumrak