The couple worked with architect Thomas Hood and project manager Kurt Ptacek to create their green home. The house has been awarded a LEED Platinum certification, Decatur Historic Preservation Commission Award, Outstanding Single-Family Project of 2017 by U.S. Green Building Council and more.
Residents: Kate and Carl Seville. Kate is a product manager, and Carl is a green building consultant.
Size: 2,646 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms
Year built: 2017
Project consultants: Architect Thomas Hood, interior designer Lisa Turner of Trinity Mercantile & Design, project manager Kurt Ptacek and builder Carl Seville
Architectural style: Craftsman four square
Favorite architectural elements: simple design which allows for energy efficiency, screened-in porch
Interior design styles: Transitional/Eclectic
Favorite interior design elements: organic colors with touches of red throughout
Favorite outdoor feature: sculpture by Andrew T Crawford Ironworks
Resources: Furniture and decor by CR Laine Furniture, Lexington Home Brands, Robert Allen, Theodore Alexander, Arteriors, Lewis and Sheron Textiles, Mary Dwan, Mary Frances Paints, Pietra Antica, Capel Rugs, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Rose Cumming and Vanguard Furniture all through Trinity Mercantile & Design. Art by R. A. Miller, Nathan Tavel, Andrew T Crawford Ironworks, Suzie Baker, Colin Page, Ken DeWaard, John Guernsey and Lea Ann Slotkin through Trinity Mercantile & Design. The paint color throughout most of the home is Sherwin Williams Aesthetic White, guest bedroom is Sherwin Williams Sea Salt, office is Sherwin Williams Topsail, and the kitchen cabinets are Mizzle by Farrow & Ball.