Atlanta designer and author Danielle Rollins has placed her Tuxedo Park home on the market.
Founder and creative director for Danielle Rollins Interiors, Rollins’ “overriding joy is in providing inspiration for achieving beauty in everyday living, whether it is through home decorating or flawless entertaining,” her website states.
Rollins’ 13,000-square-foot house is an example of that joy, filled with color and texture throughout, including the kitchen and her dressing room.
“I love traditional designs, but I adore color, texture, pattern & whimsy mixed with structure,” Rollins says on her site.
Rollins revamped the 1970s traditional Colonial with architect Bill Ingram to create a space that was uniquely hers.
The home has six bedrooms, six full baths, three half baths, an in-law suite, game room and more, each designed with a variety of patterns, textures and colors.
The chef's kitchen with butler's pantry, for example, is a mixture of blue and white — blue cabinets and island, white walls, chevrons on the stools and patterns on the floor.
Tuxedo Park is one of Atlanta’s top-tier neighborhoods, with empty lots selling for as much as $5 million and estates going for more then $10 million. The priciest street in Atlanta goes through Tuxedo Park, according to Homes.com.
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