Just north of Virginia-Highlands, east of Ansley Park and west of Druid Hills is the lovely Atlanta neighborhood of Morningside/Lenox Park. The neighborhood hosts several styles of homes ranging from Craftsman to Tudor style and is lined with trees and sidewalks to create a welcoming and walkable community.
This luxurious stucco home in Morningside/Lenox Park sits in a quiet cul-de-sac and showcases four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and 4,920 square feet of living space. The home’s large family rooms and bright, open windows creates a luxuriously charming appeal that fits in well with the intown Atlanta neighborhood.
The living room features a neutral color scheme with pops of muted blues. The metal accents of the furniture add a modern touch to the room, while the large wall art compliments the neutral tone and colorful hues of the room and perfectly balances out the open space. The large, floor-length mirror leaned against the back wall adds a bit of elegance and opens up and extends the room to make the space appear even larger to potential buyers.
The den area of the home truly encompasses the transitional style which combines both traditional and modern elements. The embellished, upholstered chairs and couches bring a bit of modern luxuriousness to the room and the unique patterns of the rug, throw pillows and wall décor attract the eyes and liven up the neutral color scheme. Above the room hangs a stunning glass chandelier that ties all the elements of the room together and reflects the sunlight coming in from the three large windows. The room exudes a glamorous and sophisticated look while also being comfortable and welcoming.
This transitional style continues into the kitchen with its cool granite countertops and embellished leather barstools. The focal point of this room is the unique brown and white cowhide style rug that draws the attention to the eating area of the kitchen. Here, modern grey suede chairs surround a wooden table to add texture and depth to the chic kitchen, and creates a space that potential buyers can picture themselves cooking or dining in.
To maintain this sophisticated and luxurious feel throughout the entire home, we incorporated the same style and colors into the bedrooms. This master bedroom consists of the same cool, neutral color scheme as the rest of the house. The soft neutral colors and lighter tones of the room create an airy feel that is appealing to potential buyers. The side-by-side murals behind the bed contain beige tones that complement the beige headboard and draws attention to the cozy bed in the center of the room.
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