“I get a large amount of inspiration from business assignments,” says inside designer Carole Carter Malloy. “I’m drawn to masculine textures like brick, metal, glass, and wood.” So, when she was ending her uncooked-area condominium on the 15th flooring of the St. Regis in 2018, she stored coming back to destinations like Ponce Town Market place, Barcelona Wine Bar, and Sid and Ann Mashburn’s suppliers. Right after a year of searching, she found the same human being, architect Mark Blair, experienced assisted layout them all. At the time, he wasn’t available for household jobs, but he linked Carole with his architect spouse, Sarah. (The two Georgia Tech grads now have their possess household and industrial organization, Curious Tasks.)
Incorporating a further layer to that industrial glimpse, Sarah took a French Modernist technique. “We wanted the condominium to truly feel like an aged Parisian condominium that experienced been up to date, with historic facts like plaster partitions, intricate trim, and French oak chevron floors,” she claims. Touches like Louis XIV–inspired moulding and subtly rounded corners exactly where partitions and ceiling sign up for served soften the 5,000-additionally square foot house. Marble permeates the property, notably in the kitchen area, bogs, and bar location.
Offsetting all this elegance, iron doors and home windows insert the sought after industrial contact. Italian sofas, sculptural gentle fixtures, and artwork accomplished by Carole’s daughter, Zoe, or friends and loved ones this kind of as Bruce Bobick, Maddie Grace Maierhofer, Lyall Penley, Jerry Chappell, Steve Penley, Carrie Penley, Tim McClain, and Rob Matre finish the glimpse. An antique gilded mirror in the dwelling space opens accordion-model for obtain to a Television.
A custom walnut dining table, which doubles as a ping-pong tabletop, was selected both equally for type and family members fun. At the rear of it, retractable doors painted by Carole and her son, Scout, open up to expose the bar.
The Malloys take pleasure in the facilities of the St. Regis lodge, which include their beloved home support. “We have a fantastic time together, considering that we built this with a public space and a private place in a fashion that sort of forces us to cling out,” claims Carole.
Methods | Architect Sarah Blair, AIA, Curious Projects, curious-initiatives.com Inside structure Carole Malloy and Michael Berzsenyi, Josephine Style and design Home, josephinedesignhouse.com Contractor The Berndsen Organization, berndsen.com Entry Metallic doorways: RG Ironworks, rgironworks.com. Living home Couch and chairs: Context Gallery, contextgallery.com. Dining place Table/ping-pong table: Enterprise Games, ventureshuffleboard.com. Benches by desk: Jackson Builders, 770-712-1342. Gentle fixture: Lindsey Adelman Studios, lindseyadelman.com. Kitchen Cupboards: Skylar Morgan Home furniture, skylarmorganfurniture.com. Owners’ bed room Bedside chests: Noir Home furniture, noirfurniturela.com. Bed: RH, rh.com. Bedding: Peacock Alley, peacockalley.com. Fringe throw: Dixon Rye, dixonrye.com. Bench: Anthropologie, anthropologie.com. Rug: Eliko Rugs, elikorugs.com. Little artwork: Carrie Penley, carriepenleyart.com. Porch Chairs: West Elm, westelm.com. Powder area Light-weight: Arteriors, arteriors.com. Lobby Gate: Ironworks International Inc., ironworksintl.net. Daughter’s bedroom Bed: Serena & Lily, serenaandlily.com. Bench: Stanton Dwelling Furnishings, stantonhomefurnishings.com.
This report appears in our Winter 2021 difficulty of Atlanta Magazine’s Household.