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  • 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

  • The 2014 Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House, the Mercantile

    The Mercantile’s Barbara Heath, Tim Green and Martha Douglas Peyton designed the guest retreat. The Mercantile is located in the Brookhaven neighborhood of Atlanta.    See the Image