Atlanta interior designer takes stylish Milton home to new heights

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“We love the black and white marble flooring in the lobby,” Basinger said. “The client had this vision and we were thrilled to help bring it to life. The house has lots of traditional elements and this formal design helps set the scene for the rest of the house. »

In the dining room, Stevie Interiors decided to make a statement with the lighting – adorning the room with a spiral chandelier.

“The texture of the sheen really guided the selection,” she said. “It was a nice balance with the marble floor. We also worked with The Crafted Company to commission a beautiful dried flower arrangement to bring the outdoors into this space.

Courtesy of Aliesha Porto for Stevie Interiors

Credit: Elizabeth Jones

Credit: Elizabeth Jones

Courtesy of Aliesha Porto for Stevie Interiors

Credit: Elizabeth Jones

Credit: Elizabeth Jones

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For those inspired by the project and looking to start their own renovations, Basinger said it’s best to take your time and focus on one room at a time. Don’t let ambition lower your standards.

“We’re not the DIY people to go to, so if you literally want to pick up a brush, don’t ask us,” she said. “But we urge customers and our social media followers to focus on one piece at a time. Take your time to make one piece perfect before moving on to the next. It’s still a better strategy than “a few coins in this room, a couch here, a new rug there”… so you end up with all your spaces half full. It’s much better to spend years making your home perfect piece by piece.

When it comes to these renovations, always make room for the unexpected.

“We tell our clients no matter how difficult/how long you expect a renovation to be – multiply it by five,” she said. “Homeowners seriously underestimate the time it takes for renovations. Going into a project with realistic expectations is crucial.

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