Serenbe Designer Showhouse

Last week I had the opportunity to tour the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Serenbe Designer Showhouse. Listed at 1.2 million dollars, the home is located in the Chattahoochee Hills community called Serenbe. Steve and Marie Nygren founded Serenbe and in 2012 it was the location of the HGTV Green Home. The community has an organic farm, restaurants, Montessori school, and many cultural events.

This year’s home featured the work of twelve different interior designers. The home combines modern elements with equestrian details. The homes in this community are designed to look like ones that might be found in an English hamlet.

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This bridge is located on the path you follow to get to the home.

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The foyer featured this lovely curved cabinet. There were many interesting and unique pieces of art throughout the home. Look at the colors in this piece in the foyer.

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The kitchen was designed by Janie Hirsch of J. Hirsch Interior Design. Notice the detailed cabinets, light fixtures, and ceiling.

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Beautiful tile work.

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Gorgeous counter tops.

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A small deck was accessible from the kitchen and had beautiful forest views.

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View from kitchen into dining room and living room.

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Seating area on deck.

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The living room had a game table at one end and a fireplace at the other end.

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Closeup of fireplace.

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More artwork, in a metallic finish.

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These poufs were tucked under a console table, perfect for extra seating.

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Look at this game/puzzle table in the bay window area. This was one of my favorite spaces of the house.

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The master bedroom was located on the main level and was designed by Yvonne McFadden.

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Pretty writing desk in the master bedroom.

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Soaking tub in master bathroom.

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The walk-in closet wrapped around to the laundry room.

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The powder room, designed by James Wheeler, featured this shimmery fish wallpaper. Like the wallpaper? It cost $11,200! Probably won’t be using this pattern any time soon! It looked great though.

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The upstairs had two bedrooms. One was set up as a guest room and the other as an office.

Guest bedroom by Karen Ferguson.

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The upholstered headboard extended past the edges of the bed and served as a backdrop to the bedside tables.

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Equestrian artwork in the guest bedroom.

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There were so many beautiful and unique rugs in this home. This one was located in the guest room.

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And this one was in the office.

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Lots of great details in this home office.

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This vintage camera collection was displayed on the bookcase.

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Nice work space.

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I liked these metal horses with long legs.

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The basement, or as decorators call it, the terrace level, had several living areas.

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More horse artwork.

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Outdoor area.

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Another one of my favorite rooms was this artist retreat by Nick Papadopoulous. So much artwork on display.

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A nice work space for the artist.

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Paint brushes.

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Proceeds from tickets sales will be used to fund the Art Farm artist community located within Serenbe, as well as the Serenbe Playhouse.

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