Cheeky Trend Alert: Body Talk

We could all use a bit more levity these days, and lately we’ve noticed body part decor popping up everywhere. What’s more grin-inducing than an unexpected bum? While this trend definitley has a modern sense of humor, it’s rooted in Classical and Renaissance style. So why the current resurgence? Maybe with all of us working... Read more

Moodboard Monday : Mellow Master Concepts for a Transitional Project

There’s just something special about designing a bedroom. Perhaps it’s because bedrooms should serve as a retreat; a warm, cozy, peaceful place. These concepts are for a current project that is relaxed and transitional in essence, but with some unexpected glamorous touches (looking at you, gorgeous Crofthouse table!). With some selections already determined, we’re filling... Read more

Moodboard Monday : Getting Creative with a Powder Room

Moodboard time! We’re working on a project with three bathrooms, including this powder room, that has builder-selected plumbing and bath hardware. It doesn’t always make sense to swap these selections — especially if they are brand new. Instead, they were used as our starting point. Playing on the step detail of the towel bars, we’re... Read more

Colorful Cozies Roundup

Guest collaborator Lizzy, here! My Colorful Cozies blog post ideation was born after conducting my winter/summer clothing swap. As an Interior Designer living in NYC, you can imagine the array color my closet hosts; black, navy, gray, oatmeal and white, I know so much “color”!! I decided, enough was enough with the muted colors for... Read more

Moodboard Monday : Midmod Entry Lounge

The new year means new mood boards! These two concepts are for a local mid-century modern project. This swanky lounge is the first room upon entry to the residence, so of course, it’s important. This area included a preexisting dropdown which made a perfect outline for our custom conversation pit sectional. Books, barware, and lighting... Read more

New Year’s Intentions

See ya 2020! We’re looking ahead at 2021, and one of the best aspects of a new year or blank slate is creating intentions that set the scene in moving forward. Fresh, optimistic, hopeful vibes are precisely what we’re going for. Each member of the Atelier Davis team chose an intention word for the new... Read more

Kitchen Items Roundup

For those of us who are less into jewelry and prefer practical gifts, I thought I’d give you a roundup of items that I love for my kitchen, some of which I discovered a while back and others which are 2020 discoveries that have been life-changing. For the cook in your family or just someone... Read more

Holiday Gift Guide for Your 4-Legged Family Members

If you are anything like us over here at Atelier Davis, your pets are considered family members, too. With the holidays and gift shopping in full swing, we can’t forget about our furry family members! Whether it be your pet or someone else’s, we’ve compiled tons of items to spoil both the animals and their... Read more

Christmas Tree Trappings

Nothing spreads Christmas cheer like a smartly dressed Christmas tree. Whether you have a Noble fir or sappy spruce, the best dressed Christmas trees don’t stop with lights and ornaments, but use every bit–head to toe–to make a statement. So, we’re rounding up our favorite festive and fashionable tree tops and skirts so you can... Read more

Christmas Decorating at the Atlanta Mid Mod.

I always love decorating for the holidays. Well, rather I like decorating for Christmas. I’m not into many other holiday decorations, but I like that I can decorate my whole house for this one holiday and really make it feel festive and warm. This year I learned that I need to put all my other... Read more

Holiday Jewelry Roundup

Hi Friends! I always talk about doing holiday round ups and wish lists and inevitably fail, but this year I’m determined – and motivated because maybe some guidance on holiday giving certainly never hurt 😉. As you probably can tell I’m a big fan of gold jewelry. I (and probably a lot you all) am... Read more

Palo Alto Eichler Sneak Peek

In collaboration with Gustave Carlson Design, Atelier Davis has completely transformed this original Eichler home in Palo Alto, California. You’ve seen a teaser of this project before, but there’s been a quite of progress since! See a few sneak peaks of the art-filled rooms below, which feature works by knock-out artists like Shara Hughes, Laeh Glenn,... Read more