Would you like to see upclose and personal the rooms of interior designers that you usually see in the magazines or online? Well if you live in Atlanta or will visit over the coming months stop by the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) to see Behind the Windows 2014.
ADAC: Behind-the -Windows is a selection of one-of-a-kind room scenes created by top interior designers. The latest installations designers were chosen by Traditional Home in honor of the magazine’s 25th anniversary. The theme of these windows is “Classic taste for modern living.”
Here’s the list of designers included in ADAC: Behind the Windows and examples of their design esthetic:
Robert Brown Interiors – A distinctly tailored yet eclectic style.
Allison Paladino Interiors – Interiors that exude a soft, modern elegance.
Phoebe Howard – Fresh take on traditional style.
Gary McBournie Inc. – Classic American design with a subtle twist.
Michelle Workman – A mingling between modern and vintage, yet keenly aware of contemporary.
Barbara Westbrook of Westbrook Interiors – Effortlessly elegant, comfortably tailored and always classic.
Tish Mills of Harmoniously Living – Traditional interiors with the principles of Feng Shui to create a balanced space.
Amanda Nisbet Design – A bold embrace of pattern color and texture, all held in exquisite balance.
The Behind the Windows exhibition opened this week as part of the DiscoverADAC celebration.
Go see the windows. It’s great design in a beautiful space that will definitely inspire you and it’s free.
until next time …