Last summer we featured the work of Atlanta-based designer Lauren E. Lowe, founder of Lauren Elaine Interiors, for a Style Profile Q&A. We are huge fans of her classic, Grandmillennial style and were delighted to see her new home featured earlier this year in House Beautiful! Today, Lauren is sharing some extra, previously unpublished pictures with The Glam Pad!
One of the first things Lauren did was to add a lot of bright white paint and add windows to bring in natural light. She sorted through her previous home’s furnishings, editing and filling in with other pieces she had collected over the years. Lauren layered the rooms with a mix of antiques, vintage furniture, contemporary and traditional art, and antique Persian Rugs. She added lots of color with fun prints and patterns, creating a kid-friendly, Grandmillennial paradise.
Let’s take a tour with photography by Emily J. Followill.
To learn more about Lauren, please click over to her delightful Style Profile Q&A. You can also visit Lauren Elaine Interiors and follow @laurenelaineinteriors on Instagram.
Complete perfection…..style combined with grace.
Lovely house and a refreshingly different take on grandmillennial style! I agree with you!!!
Dumped the dated deck 🙂 Good for her! Brick and stone terraces are the way to go. Love the rooms with coloured and/or papered walls. She was lucky in that the house was a blank canvas. All it needed was layers. So thrilled that she kept all of the period tile and fixtures in that bathroom. And she got rid of all of the grey. Kudos to her. Very sweet place.
I particularly loved that black and white tile as well. 🙂 Such a gorgeous home!
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Delighted to see a favorite artist in her nursery – David Parise takes photos of Barbies positioned like old Slim Aarons photos. I have a pairing of one of his and one of Aarons’ in my main living room.
Kudos too, for keeping the vintage tile bathroom. I loathe seeing people rip out beautiful, solid vintage tile for some generic Home Depot special redo, especially when they feel compelled to add the “racing stripe” of glass tile in the tub enclosure. Keep your vintage tile! It’s classic!
I too love that vintage tile. I have a kind of dark red square tile in my kitchen backsplash. When I had my marble “formica” counters put in (I am practical), I bemoaned that I should rip it out and go to subway tile. The workers said, “absolutely not”—and why would I when the tile still looks brand new? So I guess its until death do you part!