Once again, Atlanta Home & Lifestyles magazine brings together the best of the best to showcase this year’s Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse. The hit parade of talent includes Charles Heydt of Pak Heydt & Associates, builder David Childers of MacAllan Custom Homes, landscape architect Graham Pittman and a selection of some of the region’s finest design talents. This A-team of Atlanta’s design community came together to masterfully renovate and decorate a stunning home at 2490 Woodward Way NW, just off Peachtree Battle Avenue, as a fund raiser for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

I want you to go visit the house for yourself, so instead of showing you a lot of photographs of the house, I thought I’d share some of the home’s holiday decorations, so you can easily incorporate some of these ideas into your home this holiday season.

Tour the home at 2490 Woodward Way NW, Atlanta, Ga. from Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. through Dec. 11. Admission $25 at door. Parking at ADAC at 351 Peachtree Hills Avenue NE, Atlanta, with complimentary shuttle service. For more information visit www.atlantaholidayhome.com.


Home for the Holidays Showhouse 2017

This year’s Home for the Holidays Showhouse started with a complete renovation of a home in Atlanta’s premiere Buckhead neighborhood. The home embodies Atlanta’s historic character of home in this neighborhood. The front porch decor by Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts.


Home for the Holidays Bar

Add garland into spaces like your pantry, wet bar and dry bar making even the smaller spaces of your home feel festive. Jason Mitchell of J Ansel Design added garland around the abstract art piece. The space is functional and visually interesting.


Home for the Holidays Basket of Packages

An empty corner in your home can be made cheerful by filling a large basket with wrapped holiday presents, even having some spilling out onto the floor.


Home for the Holidays Bathroom

Add wreaths to your bathroom mirrors and adorn with bows that complement your bathroom’s color scheme. This loggia powder room and the ground floor powder (not pictured) were designed by Peacock Alley.


Home for the Holidays Showhouse 2016 Loggia Powder Room

Peacock Alley filled three sizes of cypriot jars with cotton branches. It softens the wall and makes the space feel like balls of snow.


Home for the Holidays Dining Room

Womack Jowers Interiors fills the dining room’s centerpiece with ornaments as well as adding a few to the two orchard arrangement flanking the banquet; then lined the dining room bench with wrapped presents.


Garland enhances with ornaments and candles accents the mantel. Make sure that candles aren't at risk of setting the garland on fire.c e

Mixed garland enhanced with the addition of ornaments and votive candles accents the mantel. More beautifully wrapped presents are placed on the ottoman in the living room designed by Womack Jowers Interiors.


Jessica Bradley creatively fills an under the staircase shelving with pretty wrapped presents. This is off the cutest little girl's bedroom. Wait until you see it. This photo courtesy of David Christensen.

Jessica Bradley creatively filled shelving underneath a staircase with pretty wrapped presents. This is off the cutest little girl’s bedroom. Wait until you see it. This photo courtesy of David Christensen.


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With a Southern Twist is all about good living in today's South. A true Southerner, the author's passions include food, home design, travel, restaurants, shopping, and entertaining. It is a fun blog about one of her most beloved regions of the country, shared through personal experiences.