A well-designed interior has a way of not only transforming you but transporting you. Homepolish's Jamie Wilson proves exactly that, making over two rooms to bring a curated sense of California cool to this southern abode. Rina Patel, who purchased the home in the suburbs of Atlanta, wanted a relaxed California modernism embodied in her living and dining rooms—a fresh contrast from the formal, traditional aesthetic commonplace in the South.
Through minimal details adorning a clean canvas of sleek, modern design, Wilson delivered the Pacific Coast vibe in the bright, sun-washed space. Working in a palette of neutrals—creams, natural wood with driftwood accents, black, white, and the occasional pop of green from cacti and fiddle-leaf fig—Wilson set the scene for an airy, natural lifestyle that reads more Big Sur than down south.
Keep scrolling to see how Jamie Wilson curated California modernism in the suburbs of Atlanta.
The fiddle-leaf fig adds a burst of green that complements the natural wood of the modern furniture.
Beachwood accents and photos of Big Sur and Marfa instill a decidedly coastal vibe in the sunlit space.
Wilson kept the high ceilings open with unadorned walls but hung an accent piece crafted from natural sticks on the ceiling.
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