2013 Decorators’ Showhouse
Set on a Buckhead estate, the 2013 Atlanta Symphony Decorators’ Show House & Gardens is a grand chateau inspired by the great architecture of France. The house is considered to be one of William T. Baker’s finest works and is a testament to the fine craftsmanship and tasteful detailing characteristic of Baker’s architecture. The house is entirely clad in French limestone and, with its slate roof and zinc dormers, is a faithful interpretation of the great houses found outside Paris. The exciting interiors incorporate architectural antiques such as leaded windows, French paneling, and marble mantles. The wood parquet floors and casement windows with their decorative cremone bolts complete the effect. With over 18,000 square feet of space, the house will come to life as we showcase the interiors with some of the Southeast’s most talented designers.