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ABOUT THE AHL SHOWHOUSE // The annual Atlanta Homes & LifestylesHome for the Holidays showhouse is one of the city's favorite wintertime traditions. Formerly known as the Christmas House, Home for the Holidays is an annual showcase of Atlanta's leading design talents, and CLOTH & KIND was honored to be included amongst a roster of A-list interior designers. The 2014 showhouse, located on top of a hill on Habersham Road, was inspired by the 1890s-1920s English Arts and Crafts style of Sir Edwin Lutyens. Designed by Harrison Design Associates and built by Sheehan Built Homes, the stone-and-brick residence conveys a strong connection to its heavily canopied landscapeβ€”fitting for the Home for the Holidays beneficiary, the Southeastern Horticultural Society. The home appeared in the February 2015 issue of the magazine... [ see below for more information about the inspiration behind the two spaces designed by CLOTH & KIND ]

ABOUT CLOTH & KIND'S ROOMS // Given the tucked away location of the vestibule and bonus room, we were inspired to turn the adjoining spaces into an alluring destination in the home - a seductive and modern day speakeasy. A cheeky nod to the blind tiger, as speakeasies were often referred to during the prohibition era, we swathed the walls of the vestibule in ZAK+FOX’s luxurious Khaden tiger print fabric. Dark and sultry trim, ceilings and walls set the mood and create the ideal backdrop upon which a myriad of geometric shapes are echoed throughout the bonus room in watery shades of cream, blue & indigo, plum, blush pink and neutral. Just as speakeasies did in their day, the bonus room beckons with promises of lounging and frivolity - cocktails, cards, dancing and an abundance of comfortable seating in an inviting salon. A mid-century bar and a trio of old rail car barstools found on the side of the road all join forces to make saddling up for an evening of festivities more stylish than ever.

True to CLOTH & KIND's vibe, the two spaces are layered with history and heart, with story and substance. The curated mix of vintage, modern, textures, art, colors and of course, layers upon layers of unique textiles create the ultimate destination in this stately Habersham home. 

For specifics on all of the stunning furnishings & decor that we assembled to create these spaces, please peruse our Journal posts on the showhouse.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT // Sarah Dorio