When a Georgia couple with a large empty nest decided to downsize to a 2,500-square-foot home, they hired architect Brandon Ingram and interior designer Mallory Mathison Glenn, to ensure it was full of vibrance and color. The 1950s home was tired and dated, so the dynamic duo set about transforming the exterior and interior. Outside, Ingram added x-brace trellises, an eyebrow dormer, fresh paint, and green shutters. Inside, rooms were reconfigured for better flow, and Ingram worked closely with Glenn to coordinate architectural elements such as millwork and window casings. Glenn infused cheerful colors and family heirlooms to create a home that is beautiful, livable, and perfect for entertaining. “It’s just so livable and so easy. It’s a pretty house, but better than that, it’s a happy house,” the wife told Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Let’s take a tour with images from Glenn’s portfolio and from the May issue of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.
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