Bright and stylish renovation of a beautiful home in Georgia


This bright and airy transitional style home was completely renovated by architecture studio Splice Design, located in the historic town of Crabapple, in Fulton County, Georgia. The interior renovation of this home required the designer to create open and spacious interiors, harmoniously flowing from one to the next. The home received a complete makeover with a combination of tile and wood flooring throughout.

Beautiful craftsmanship can be seen in the millwork throughout the interiors: from beadboard and wainscoting on the walls, to coffered ceilings. New contemporary furnishings and accessories helps to complete the beautiful design scheme. A fresh coat of paint throughout features Benjamin Moore—White Dove OC-17. The walls in the family room (above) are 1×6 tongue and groove V-joint, oriented vertically.


Above: The blue door of the entryway into the bathroom is Benjamin Moore—Newburyport Blue HC-155. Across from the bathroom, the dark inset wall over the “snack bar” in the family room is chalkboard paint.


What We Love: This stylish home in Georgia has undergone a renovation that is full of luminosity and radiating with warmth and comfort. Every detail seems to be paid attention to, from the tongue and groove walls to the wainscoting and even the paint selection. Chic furnishings and accessories fills every room, offering homeowners an enjoyable atmosphere to call home.

Readers, what are your thoughts on this renovation project, do you like what the design team has done to transform the interiors? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!


Above: In the living room, the fireplace hearth and surround is comprised of bluestone slabs with a thermal finish. The custom detailed wood wainscot on the walls in painted in Benjamin Moore—White Dove OC-17. The upper part of the walls and the ceiling is painted in Sherwin Williams—Anew Gray SW 7030.


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Above: The hood is a customized Vent-a-Hood, who states they are the “manufacturer of the quietest, most efficient and easiest to clean range hoods in the world.” The round ripple glass lanterns above the kitchen island were sourced from South of Market in Atlanta. The countertops are honed antique brown granite. Matching beautifully with the aesthetic of the kitchen, is the Antique Bronze hardware finish.


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Above: The dining room table and chairs were sourced from Restoration Hardware. While the Linear Branched Chandelier was sourced from Circa Lighting—$945.


Above: A serene master bedroom offers a cozy warmth with wood flooring and a neutral colored area rug to add softness underfoot. A chaise lounge provides a comfortable spot to curl up with a good book. The wall color in this room is Benjamin Moore—Horizon 1478.


Above: In the master bathroom, the focal feature of the space is the freestanding, air-jet tub sourced from BainUltra. You can find the tub in the Balneo collection in the Sanos model, ranging in two sizes, medium (66″ x 36″), and large (72″ x 40″). The walls are painted in Benjamin Moore—Sterling 1591.


Above: A custom designed vanity in the powder bathroom features a white marble countertop and an open shelf on the bottom for storing extra towels. The vanity was painted in Sherwin Williams—Mega Greige SW 7031. The Paredes Oval mirror above the vanity was sourced from Uttermost. The outer from is constructed of pieced, light and dark  dark antiqued mirrors, while the center is beveled (priced around $200).

The walls feature two shades of paint, with the lower half in Sherwin Williams—Agreeable Gray SW 7029 and the upper half, above the wood wainscot, is Sherwin Williams—Repose Gray SW 7015. The flooring is eight-inch wide white oak boards, custom stained in a dark hue.


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Photos: Sarah Dorio

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