Neelima Kanneganti and her family enjoy taking photos through their two-story bowed wall of windows in their new Johns Creek home as the weather and seasons change.
“Every day is like a changing picture,” she said.
The curved wall was part of a plan by builder Ashton Woods in the new north Fulton County neighborhood. The architectural element gives the great room a spectacular setting during the day and evening, and the family particularly enjoys the moonlight, she said.
When the sun sets, Kanneganti said the view of the trees and sky through the 15 windows looks like an ever-changing painting.
“That’s the highlight of this house,” she said.
Residents: Neelima Kanneganti and Balaram Tidhi with their son, 12-year-old Saharsh Tidhi. Kanneganti is a dentist and Tidhi is a director at NCR Corp.
Location: Adair Manor in Johns Creek
Size: 4,300 square feet, five bedrooms, five baths
Year built and bought: 2018
Architectural style: Transitional
Builder: Ashton Woods
Favorite architectural elements: The dramatic two-story, bowed wall of glass from floor to ceiling in the family room.
Interior design style: Rustic glam
Key interior design elements: Mirrors, furniture with tufted details, and horse and elephant statues.
Favorite lighting: The industrial chandelier made of forged iron from RH’s Camino collection in the family room because it reflects in the multiple window panes at night, she said.
Favorite outdoor feature: The back porch. Kanneganti said they enjoy seeing the moonlight under the trees in the evening.
Resources: Furniture from Rooms To Go, Pier1 Imports, CB2, Havertys, Ashley Furniture and Macy’s. Lighting from RH and Progressive Lighting. Art from Francis Marino and Christie Adelle. Curtains from Bellacor. Accessories from Pottery Barn, Pier1 Imports, RH, Crate and Barrel, Z Gallerie and Houzz. Rug from RH. Appliances from Jenn-Air and KitchenAid. Books from Neiman Marcus. Paint from Sherwin-Williams.
Decor tip: When using neutrals, add textured materials and pops of other tones, such as golden accessories. In the family room, for example, a stone fireplace wall helps break up the vast space, and another accent wall painted black helps accentuate the colors in an abstract print.