A Georgia Family Home gets a Twist of Traditional Tuscan Style

In the kitchen, richly stained cupboards hang in place of painted cabinetry while a built-in wooden table replaces the typical island setup.

Simple, streamlined furnishings made from wood and metal mingle among upholstered pieces in varying shades of gray, taupe, and brown. Running the gamut from nubby linens to smooth leathers, these earthy-hued fabrics were chosen with one goal in mind—to complement the natural materials and outdoor views rather than compete with them. “What’s most unique about this house is that when you come inside, you immediately become transfixed by the natural surroundings outside,” says Goehring. “The property truly responds to the architecture and décor in a way that feels very intentional yet very organic.”

You can find more beautiful designs in our newest issue of Southern Home magazine.

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