I don't know about you, but the new year has me craving clean, fresh interiors that are full of possibilities. Probably because in real life my Christmas tree is STILL UP. Yes, we are those people now.
Anyway, one goal I have for this year is to learn more about Atlanta architecture, which is why the first Tuesday house tour of the year is of the historic Evans - Cucich house located in Buckhead. Built in 1934, the house recently underwent a full renovation by Ryan Duffey, with interior design by his wife, Nancy Duffey. It is considered the only Art Deco home in Atlanta, and thus a lot of care was taken during the renovation process to preserve its historic legacy, while modernizing it for the comfort of its new owners.
Talk about curb appeal!
Clean, elegant furnishings bring the home into the 21st century, without compromising the integrity of the original architecture.
Such a serene, relaxing space to come home to at the end of the day.
The back of the home features the most gorgeous landscaping. Cheers to the Duffey's on an amazing renovation. What do you think of Atlanta's only Deco home?
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