Home Tour: A Designer's Pattern-Packed Atlanta Home

Julia Millay Walsh

We love any love story that results in a beautifully decorated house. But a romance that begins in a room just for “album listening, cocktail-ing, and Sunday reading”? Now that’s a page-turner we’d like to own. The “Get Low Room”—a sunroom literally packed with floor cushions and chic pillows—was Chapter One for Atlanta-based interior design Jayme Armour and her boyfriend, Daniel. “It was totally Daniel’s concept, and it was actually how we began dating,” Armour says. “We met for the first time in my store, and he came back later looking for help executing his idea for a space that was all about lounging and entertaining.” A few years later, Armour moved into Daniel’s three-bedroom, two-bathroom 1939 bungalow in Atlanta’s Piedmont Heights neighborhood, and soon began the task of creating a home that suited both of their tastes. Scroll down to see how she pulled it off. 

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