A Light-Filled Atlanta Condo Has an Envy-Inducing Boho Furniture Collection in Every Room
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Name: Equana Davis
Location: Fairlie-Poplar Historic District in Atlanta, Georgia
Type of home: Condo Loft
Size: 1,137 square feet
Years lived in: 3.5 years, owned
Tell us a little (or a lot) about your home and the people who live there: I’m a 40-year-old single Black woman who is passionate about historic architecture and the whimsical consumer brand, Anthropologie.
I purposely purchased a home in a walkable, historic area where I could admire beautiful architecture and thoughtful design. At least 80% of my home’s furnishings have been painstakingly acquired from Anthropologie over the years.
I’m also a fan of the brand Opalhouse from Target and you’ll also find those pieces dotted around my home.
My theme for many of my spaces is floral, which introduces Bohemian elements to create a global atmosphere. The overall vibe is soft, relaxed, but glamorous.
Describe your home’s style in 5 words or less: Boho textiles and pattern play.
What is your favorite room and why? While it’s very difficult to pick one because every room has a special muse that is designed around it, I would say the main living area is my favorite because it has the advantage of having natural light streaming through wall-to-wall eleven-foot windows, two sets of French double doors, and the most popular furniture piece of my home is placed here, which is a sangria tête-à-tête.
What’s the last thing you bought (or found!) for your home? Rifle Paper Co. x Loloi Jardin Rug
Any advice for creating a home you love? Start with a singular source of inspiration for each room (I refer to this as a muse) and design around it. Don’t rush the process, instead allow yourself to find the right furnishings naturally. Know the square footage of the area you like to decorate, since this helps immensely when shopping. Create a budget. Save inspirational photos that you may come across and consider freehand sketching furniture and object placement for each room to better understand the space. Also, whenever you’re shopping for paint, take advantage of the free Sherwin-Williams color family booklets.
This submission’s responses and photos were edited for length/size and clarity.
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