home studio interiors

eclectic living

eclectic living

Located in historic Druid Hills, this home’s gutted interior let Jessica start from scratch. The client’s taste is modern, warm, and global, placing an emphasis on their unique and colorful art collected over the years. “I’ve been with this client for a long time - beginning with their first home, second, and now third. It’s carefully curated, which is a fun challenge to me.”


“We purchased the mustard lamps years ago, but they’re still so funky and contemporary; they make a great statement immediately as you enter the home. The acrylic console - installed recently - is just the right fit to anchor the client’s statement art, without competing. It’s shallow with an ample shelf, and the perfect spot to nest stools for quick and easy seating.”

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“It’s hard to miss the modern light fixture. Isn’t it cool? The bar cart is an antique from Italy, and it’ll never go out of style. Note the settee next to the window - we chose a durable Sunbrella fabric that can easily endure sunlight without fading, sticky fingers and drink spills. It’s a welcoming perch for guests, too.”