Traditional Style

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Master Bedroom

    The large master suite features wood floors and French doors, across from the bed, that lead out to the pool.    See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Master Bath

    The master bath has been completely redone, with the addition of a modern double sink, a spa tub and a steam shower.   See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Great Room

    The home has been meticulously redone inside, with slate flooring, vaulted ceilings and exposed beams.   See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Kitchen

    The kitchen features updated, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors. The wall separating the dining room has been removed to and replaced with a low bar to open up the space.   See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Living Room

    The living room has high, exposed beam ceilings, wood floors, and double French doors that let the outdoors in.   See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Dining Space

    A bar conveniently separates the kitchen from the dining area, which has wood flooring and plenty of light.   See the Image

  • James Van Der Beek Sells: Bedroom/Office

    Those without need of a fourth bedroom can use the room for an elegant home office, as the designer intended.   See the Image

  • The 2014 Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House

    The breakfast room was designed by the team of Maria McLaurin Nutt & Clay McLaurin. Marie finds inspiration in a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: Love of beauty is taste. The creation…   See the Image

  • The 2014 Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House, Maria McLaurin Nutt & Clay McLaurin 2

    The breakfast room was designed by the team of Maria McLaurin Nutt & Clay McLaurin. Marie finds inspiration in a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: Love of beauty is taste. The creation of…   See the Image

  • The 2014 Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House, Randy Korando

    The carriage entry and hall was outfitted by Randy Korando owner of Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts. Korando and Dan Belman opened the Atlanta shop in 1995. Their work has been in Traditional…   See the Image