Pretty and Practical Atlanta Townhouse

Many people choose a townhouse for their home, especially if looking for a low-maintenance living option. In addition to being practical, this Atlanta townhouse is designed in a pretty yet casual style.

Open Concept Floor Plan in Atlanta TownhousePhoto by Julie Holloway


A French grain stripe fabric decorates a wing chair while a unique wooden mirror creates an interesting focal point in the living room.

French Grain Stripe Fabric on Wing ChairPhoto by Julie Holloway


The artwork in the living room has a nature-inspired theme focuses on deer. With the subject matter being the same, the picture frames don’t need to match.

Deer Artwork in Atlanta TownhousePhoto by Julie Holloway


A pair of pretty rattan chairs flank the other side of the living room. I’m currently looking for chairs similar to this but haven’t found them yet.

Rattan Chairs in Traditional Living RoomPhoto by Julie Holloway


Most townhouses are smaller than single family homes and need to make good use of their footprint. A U-shaped kitchen in the Atlanta townhouse is a perfect solution for providing maximum function for meal prep.

U-Shaped Kitchen in Atlanta TownhousePhoto by Julie Holloway


Traditional Townhouse Kitchen with Eat-In DiningPhoto by Julie Holloway


A charming round wood table pairs with white chairs to create an eclectic dining space off the kitchen.

Charming Breakfast Nook with Round Wood TablePhoto by Julie Holloway


I like that interior doors are paneled and painted gray. They’re more interesting than flat, hollow doors that you often see in new construction.

Paneled Wood Doors Painted GrayPhoto by Julie Holloway


Board and batten style trim was added as an accent wall in one of the bedrooms of the Atlanta townhouse. An upholstered head board softens the architectural structure of the wall.

Farmhouse Bedroom in Gray and WhitePhoto by Julie Holloway


The bathroom is treated in the same color scheme of the rest of the home; soft gray and white. A pair of round mirrors are used instead of one large, builder grade mirror above the vanity.

Gray and White Farmhouse BathroomPhoto by Julie Holloway


You can see more photos of today’s Atlanta Townhouse by Julie Holloway over at Houzz.


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