Architect: Craig Dixon, Todd Pritchett, Pritchett + Dixon, Inc (Atlanta, GA) Interior designer: Carol Swetman ASID, Swetman Design, Inc Landscape architect: Paige Shaw Lighting designer: Bryant Taylor Structural engineer: Skywark Engineering, Inc Builder: True Construction Cabinet company: Krough Cabinetry Rooﬁng: Custom clay tiles to match original Doors and windows: Robert Bowden Flooring: Reclaimed white oak Paints and varnishes: Benjamin Moore Lighting: Circa Kitchen cabinets: Stained cherry Countertops: Calacatta Gold Extra and natural quartz from Marmi Natural Stone, Inc Backsplash: Calacatta Gold Extra Kitchen sink: KWC Faucets: Waterworks Range: Wolf Ventilation: Best Refrigeration: Gaggenau Dishwasher: Miele Bathtub: BainUltra from Renaissance Tile & Bath Vanity unit: Lacquered with Calacatta Gold top Basin and faucets: Waterworks Tiles: Calacatta Gold mosaics from Renaissance Tile & Bath Awards: 2012 Urban Design Commission Award for Excellence in Architecture; 2013 Grand Winner, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Bath of the Year Contest Story by Colleen Hawkes Photography by Galina Coada See video and image gallery at trendsideas.com/us2911p50 Top right: The stairs were rearranged to accommodate new stairways to the attic and lower level. However, the balustrading echoes the original design, but is slightly higher. Above right and facing page: White marble features extensively in the greatly enlarged master bathroom. To provide heritage detailing, the design team speciﬁed custom mosaic patterns for the ﬂooring and shower walls. 56 meet the current building code. Not surprisingly, the kitchen retains a traditional flavor, with white painted cabinets teamed with cherry wood. Wherever possible appliances are integrated to retain an uncluttered look. There is also a butler’s pantry at the rear. For the owners, one of the key improvements was on the second floor. “We were able to construct more renovations at trendsideas.com/go/usren a wonderful master suite with a very large bathroom and two walk-in closets,” says Lindsay. “There is also a porch where we can have a morning coffee overlooking the rear garden.” Pritchett says the original house had a much smaller Jack and Jill bathroom – it was shared with a second bedroom. The space taken by both these rooms was given over to the new bathroom. “It is modernized, but we have kept the traditional character, with lots of white marble used in a heritage style. The floor has inlaid marble mosaics, and the shower walls also feature intricate mosaics.” The design team and the owners say the overall success of the rebuild is reflected in the fact that, for the most part, it is impossible to tell the new from the old.