Decorators’ Show House & Gardens opens tomorrow!

The 2014 Atlanta Symphony Associates’ Decorators’ Show House & Gardens opens its doors to the public tomorrowAtlanta Homes & Lifestyles is proud to be the media sponsor for the 24th consecutive year. 

More than 25 designers have unleashed their creativity on Palazzo Rosa, an iconic circa-1926 Atlanta home designed by famed architects Neel Reid, Hal Hentz and Philip Shutze with an intriguing history.

While we’ve spent the week capturing the sprawling manor’s every last nook (look for extensive coverage in our September 2014 issue), we wanted to share a sneak peek of a few of the home’s special spaces.

Barbara Westbrook played up the grand salon’s stunning original hand-painted walls with a masterful mix of antique and modern furnishings.  

The solarium by Robert Brown provides the prefect spot for some quiet reflection.

Fun fact: This is the second time John Oetgen has designed this particular morning room for the Decorators’ Show House; the first was in 1979.

Maria Nutt collaborated with Clay McLaurin for this sunny breakfast room. It features McLaurin’s hand-painted textile designs that were inspired by weeping willows.

Randy Korando and Dan Belman of Boxwoods added a modern verve to the carriage entry and hall with a collection of framed gold leaf botanicals.

Barbara Heath‘s guest retreat features an enviable amount of lush Jim Thompson fabrics and a glistening gold statement piece. 

Only Parker Kennedy Living could dream up this whimsical Palm Beach-inspired terrace off the master bedroom. A fun mix of furnishings rest comfortably beneath a custom lattice structureand we think best enjoyed with a mimosa in hand.

Which designer’s space are you most excited to see?