This Atlanta Home Is The Fresh Look You Need in 2019

Photography by Emily Followill



Photography by Emily Followill

The study houses hunt pictures and memorabilia from the client’s previous house in England “We used dark velvets and textures in the room with lots of wood grain and clubby English antiques,” says Oetgen,

master bedroom
Photography by Emily Followill

The cavernous master bedroom, with 12-foot ceilings and streaming natural light, is grounded by the furniture arrangement. Oetgen designed a tall headboard and hung an antique tapestry behind it, creating a room-within-a-room effect. The substantial bedside chest and a carved-wood bench at the foot of the bed enhance the look. A frothy chandelier the client bought in the Netherlands crowns the arrangement. “She likes a good old sparkly chandelier,” says Oetgen. The designer’s words radiate the warmth of genuine friendship, surely the most ideal of working relationships. And the results clearly speak for themselves.

Blush pink master bathroom with tall mirrored doors
Photography by Emily Followill
Photography by Emily Followill
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