Atlanta, Georgia 2021-06-14 11:20:13 –
Marietta may be hundreds of miles away from any beach, but the coastal atmosphere has washed away every room Jamie Kriwicki WilsonHouse, about 1 mile from the historic square. The refurbished ranch, home to her, her husband, Nick, and their two children, is bright and bright with saturated colors such as pale oak floors, white walls, ship wrap panels, and casual furniture. It has become.
“My husband and I traveled a lot before the child was born and traveled a lot to the west coast, so I think the casual atmosphere of Cali had a big impact on my style,” said both residential and commercial projects. The interior designer who does says says. The echoes of a childhood summer villa on the South Carolina coast also showcase with a traditional touch of marble countertops, wide wooden floors, and aging brass hardware. It’s not hard to find looks that are reminiscent of Allies Beach or the coast of New England.
Homes in the 1970s have belonged to Wilsons since 2013. Satisfied with the DIY upgrade for a while, it eventually broke the place and added 1,500 sq ft behind, essentially relocating the entire house. The typical small windows and doorways of the ranch have been replaced by larger versions and wider entrances. Meanwhile, the unexpectedly high 15-foot ceiling floods Jamie’s new office with natural light. The neat and tidy built-in and niche appeal to her as part of a streamlined look. “I’m always“ simple ”overall and add special details from handmade tiles to textured elements,” says the designer.
She didn’t want to choose just one style, she chose a variety of furniture and accessories, from Art Deco to tribes, coastal to traditional. “I’m all about using classic materials in more modern applications,” says Jamie. “I like to mix furniture styles, so it doesn’t get too heavy on one side of the spectrum.”
resource | Interior design: Jamie Krywicki Wilson, Krywicki Interior Design, krywickidesign.com Contractor: Capstone Community LLC, 678-614-1613 Exterior paint: Sherwin-Williams, “Snowbound” sherwin-williams.com Entrance Paint: Benjamin Moore, “Chantilly Lace” benjaminmoore.com.. Rug: Dash & Albert, dashandalbert.com.. library Wall Paint: Farrow and Ball, “Railings” farrow-ball.com.. Sofa: Wesley Hall, wesleyhall.com kitchen Countertop: Neolith, neolith.com.. Appliance: KitchenAid, KitchenAid.com.. Faucet: signature hardware, Signaturehardware.com.. Stool: rear, arteriorshome.com family room Lamps: France & Son, franceandson.com.. Chair: Palecek, palecek.com.. Art on Vintage Buffet: Jamie Kriwicki Wilson, krywickidesign.com.. dining room Table: West Elm, westelm.com.. Tall chair: rejuvenation, rejuvenation.com.. Wallpaper: Schumacher, fschumacher.com.. playroom Wallpaper: Aimée Wilder, aimeewilder.com.. office Desk (table): Noir, noirfurniturela.co.. Chair: Moe’s Home Collection, moeshomecollection.com.. Lamps: France & Sun. Master bedroom Bed: Moss Home, mossstudio.com.. Ceiling paint: Farrow and ball, “Inchra Blue”. Master bus Sinks and fixtures: Kohler, kohler.com.. Mirror: West Elm. Wall sconces: Circa Lighting. Restroom Wallpaper: Gray Marine, Gray Marine.com.. Nursery fabric: Rifle Paper Co., riflepaperco.com..
This article appeared in the Spring 2021 issue. Atlanta Magazine Home.