Our House in Mollie Makes Magazine

By Brittni • Updated on 02/12/2024

Entryway with lots of natural light

I’ve shared little snippets of our home here and there, but I’ve never really shared our place as a whole. Changing that today though, because our little ATL rental was just featured in the newest issue of Mollie Makes magazine (issue 70).

Amelia shot all of the photos and we just kind of spent the day working through the different areas. It was a really fun day, actually, since it’s rare that anyone comes over to the house anymore.

I did have to do some deep cleaning beforehand though – let’s be real. My house is never as clean as it is in the pictures. But for the most part, I kept everything as I normally have it. Not a whole lot of extra styling, etc. I wanted everything to feel natural and true to how it typically is day to day.

Desk inspiration

If you’re able to snag a copy of the mag, you can read through all 5 pages (it goes more into depth about the furniture pieces we have in our home, where I found them, funny little stories about certain items, etc). Either way though, here are some of the photos and outtakes…

Eclectic modern living room inspiration

Workspace inspiration

Eclectic modern living room inspiration

Platform bed + windowpane bedding

Eclectic modern living room inspiration

Churner dining table + Jens Risom chairs

Vintage teak dresser in the bedroom

Eclectic mid-century living room inspiration

Colorful + bright workspace with lots of windows.

Photography Amelia Tatnall Lawrence

Have any questions about where a particular piece in our house is from, etc? Let me know. Happy to answer.

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Hi Cortnie. The dresser is vintage. I purchased it locally in Atlanta from Good Bones vintage. Hope that helps!


Hi, Brittni!

Wondering where you purchased that beautiful dresser in that third to last photo?


Cortnie Enns

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Hi! Love your home, and especially the Super Duper print. Do you know where this is from?


What a beautiful place. I’ve never heard of the magazine but thanks for sharing photos of your lovely abode.


Sure Jonathan. It’s from Leah Goren: http://shop.leahgoren.com


Can you share where you got the print with the woman posing in her bathing suit?

Jonathon Arntson

Thanks Regine. The dining chairs are Risom side chairs from DWR. Here’s the link: http://rstyle.me/n/b5t8yzmvmw


I love the chairs at the dining room table. Where are they from or are they a DIY?

Regine from The 256 Project

I’m good! Making a lot of art. Just got back from a trip to L.A. where I soaked up some sun and some new inspiration! Let me know if you ever make it back here. I miss our coffee talks. 🙂

Melanie Biehle

Thanks Melanie!!! How are you? It’s been so long.


Brittni! Your place is gorgeous! When do I move in? 🙂 xoxo

Melanie Biehle

Thanks Cyd. 🙂 The bed frame is from DWR. Here’s the link: http://rstyle.me/n/b4jr96mvmw It’s a bit pricey, but worth it (in my opinion)…I think we’ve had it for 3 or 4 years now and it still looks as good as new. 🙂 Hope that helps.


Love it, B! The color palette and mix of artwork is so spot on. Crazy about your bed frame, too. Where does a lady find that? We majorly need to upgrade our bed, but really want to keep it simple since our room is teensy.


Hi Caroline. Our coffee table is a Nelson platform bench from DWR. Here’s the link: http://rstyle.me/n/b4gyydmvmw


Where did you get your coffee table? I’m having a hard time finding one that isn’t 5 ft long and yours looks like the perfect width

Caroline P

What a cozy home!! Love the straight design 🙂


Totally hear you on the tv struggle, Eliza! We don’t have the right type of house for it at the moment, but I like the idea of having a concealed tv (over a fireplace behind a hinged piece of artwork, etc). For now though, I’m right there with you on the struggle. Insert crying emoji here. 🙂


Beautiful House…

Leather Bag

You have taste.



The dog on the bed?


Oh man, the tv struggle is real. My apartment is tiny so having a tv in the living room is non-negotiable, but I have a tv in the bedroom that I keep on the floor hidden behind my curtains when I’m not using it. I wonder if we’ll ever return to the days when tvs were glamorous and encased in excellent furniture.


Hi Eliza. Yep, its pointed at artwork. We’ve really gone back and forth on having the tv in the main living space…We’ve moved it out of the space and back in a couple of times now. And at the time of shooting this for the magazine, the tv wasn’t in the space. It’s since come back into the space because its hard to be without a tv in living room for too long, for us at the moment. But it’s a constantly battle between not wanting to change the vibe of the space by having a television and wanting things to be practical. That was a really long answer for your question, but I hope that explains it. 🙂


Aw, thanks Pauline.


Did you move your tv or is your sofa really just pointed at some artwork? Either way, gorgeous space!


So thoughtfully decorated, I love it.


Thanks Corina. 🙂


So beautiful and bright! Your house is a true happy place <3

Corina Nika

Aw, thanks Michelle. We’ve been enjoying living here so far. 🙂


It’s such a beautiful space, I love every detail!

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