A devastating fire forced homeowners Bonneau and Jennifer Ansley to build a new home. They chose a spot in the Peachtree Battle neighborhood in Atlanta and built a five-bedroom Dutch Colonial home. Architect Charles Heydt designed the home to look like it's been part of the established neighborhood for years.
A façade of Cashiers, North Carolina, fieldstone and a large front porch ensure that this newly constructed Dutch Colonial home complements its mature neighborhood.
The Ansleys in their porch.
The Ansleys' Boykin spaniel, Bodie, in the foyer of their new home. Paint color, Benjamin Moore Oyster Shell
A custom limestone-and-pewter hood was the launching pad for the kitchen's soft blue-gray colour palette.
The family room opens up directly into the large kitchen, which features a comfortable eating area that can accommodate up to 14.
The butler's pantry includes copper countertops, wainscot paneling and mirrored walls, as well as a window that opens up to the outdoor courtyard.
It took faux-finish artist Judy Neukrug six weeks to hand-paint the walls of the dining room to look like wallpaper.
Landscape architect Rick Anderson designed the outdoor living area.
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