In the heart of the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, there stands a charming 1930’s house that’s more than just a home; it’s a living testament to timeless design and to the magic of a Heather Dewberry makeover. With a rich history and refreshed elegance, this Atlanta gem has undergone a transformation that has left us in awe.
Norman Askins, the renowned architect, left his indelible mark on this house a decade ago with a major renovation that paid homage to its 1930’s roots. The architectural details he introduced were impeccable, and it seemed like this classic abode couldn’t get any more inviting. But, as they say, good design is like a fine wine; it only gets better with time.
Enter Heather Dewberry, one of our favorite interior designers, known for her exquisite sense of style and unparalleled ability to breathe new life into spaces.
Her recent collaboration with the homeowners, a couple on the cusp of their empty nest years, was nothing short of magical.
The predominant color scheme in this home is a symphony of blues and whites, a palette that effortlessly bridges the gap between the past and the present. It’s as if the spirit of the 1930s has been seamlessly woven into the updated fabric of the house.
This refreshing update has invigorated the home, making it an oasis of serenity and elegance.
One of the standout features of this renovation is the masterful mix of vintage and modern elements.
Heather Dewberry’s keen eye for detail ensures that the historical integrity of the home is preserved while simultaneously infusing it with a modern sensibility.
Original moldings, classic woodwork, and timeless fixtures harmoniously coexist with fresh furnishings and bold artwork. The result?
A captivating blend of old-world charm and modern day comfort.
In this remarkable renovation, Heather Dewberry has breathed new life into a 1930’s Atlanta house,
and in doing so, she has expertly balanced the line between honoring its history and embracing the present.
The result is a home that exudes charm, elegance, and timelessness—a testament to the enduring power of great design.
Builder: Neal Gasaway, Gasaway Homes
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Four women come together to save the summer camp that changed their lives and rediscover themselves in the process in this heartwarming new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Veil.
Nearly thirty years ago, in the wake of a personal tragedy, June Moore bought Camp Holly Springs and turned it into a thriving summer haven for girls. But now, June is in danger of losing the place she has sacrificed everything for—and begins to realize how much she has used the camp to avoid facing difficulties in her life.
June’s niece, Daphne, met her two best friends, Lanier Bradley and Mary Stuart Harris, during a fateful summer at camp, and the three are inseparable even in their thirties. But when attorney Daphne discovers that Lanier’s fiancé—who just so happens to be her client—has done something highly illegal, she must choose between her job and her friendship.
Meanwhile, Lanier is hiding secrets both new and old that might make Daphne see the situation in an entirely different light. When one of those secrets unexpectedly rises to the surface, it threatens to change the very fabric of their friendship.
But when the women learn that their childhood oasis is in danger of closing, they put aside their own problems and band together with June to save it, sending them on a journey that promises to open the next chapters in their lives.
From an author whose “writing coats your soul with heart” (E! Online), The Summer of Songbirds is a lyrical and unforgettable celebration of female friendship, and a love letter to the places and people that make us who we are.