“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.
Rollins' home is listed with Cory Weiss of Dorsey Alston Realtors for $5,495,000.