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.
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…
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!Brittni
Wondering where you purchased that beautiful dresser in that third to last photo?
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Hi! Love your home, and especially the Super Duper print. Do you know where this is from?Harriet
What a beautiful place. I’ve never heard of the magazine but thanks for sharing photos of your lovely abode.Jade
Sure Jonathan. It’s from Leah Goren: http://shop.leahgoren.comBrittni
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/b5t8yzmvmwBrittni
I love the chairs at the dining room table. Where are they from or are they a DIY?Regine from The 256 Project