JEZE July 2012 : Page 103
Lindsay’s love of antiques came from her mom, as did one of her most beloved items—the china hutch in the dining room. Vintage wicker sectional, at Finders Keepers Furnishings, Decatur; pillows and accessories, at Scott Antique Markets, Decatur Estate and Way Back Antiques; Safavieh natural-fiber rug, at onekingslane.com, @safaviehrugs; woven Marrakech coffee table, at onekingslane.com 103 The Forlines’ well-stocked (and well-“The decanters are a mix of hand-me-downs from my mother, wedding gifts and flea-market finds,” Lindsay says. styled!) bar says, laughing. A wall in the galley kitchen was removed for better connection to the keeping room, while the combined space was refreshed with pure white finishes and hardwood floors. Upstairs, a new master suite, home office and hip baby nursery took shape. “When you’re renovating and not building from scratch, you have to get creative,” Lindsay says. “Take the angled walls in our bedroom. It’s a converted attic space, but it feels so cozy.” Decorations by Lindsay— sourced from places like Scott Antique Markets, Kudzu Antique Market, One Kings Lane and the annual ADAC sample sale—plus a haul of family antiques, have turned the home into a little slice of paradise for these Georgia originals, through and through.
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