We're fortunate in Atlanta to have a lot of great design talent (and none have appeared on RHoA, that I've seen... sorry, watching re-runs of it last night and am just amazed). I digress.
This morning, I actually found a Facebook ad interesting! Joel Kelly Design. His work has appeared in Atlanta Homes, Home and Garden, Veranda, and Jezebel. I'm not sure if Kelly is an Atlanta native (there aren't many of us here), but he did earn his BS from Georgia Tech in 1991. He left Georgia to earn a Master of Architecture Degree from Princeton and worked for Michael Graves afterwards. Kelly returned to Atlanta in 1995.
Let's take a look at one of the magazine spreads- I was going to edit this down, but can't seem to do it. I LOVE these! It's a little more formal and traditional than his other spaces.
The rest of the photos today are largely on interior design in urban settings, Kelly seems to do architectural design as well.
Kelly seems to have done a good bit of work for people's beach homes, like the Amelia Island Penthouse below.
The Thornton Townhouse project also uses a lot of calming neutrals.
Can you see that shower/steam room in the back? Drool-worthy.
Another wood and stainless kitchen. Check out the height of this space! I think the shelving helps exaggerate the height.
Joel Kelly has some pretty interesting other projects, like this yacht in the BVIs.
Architecture Tourist would be interested in the weekly update on one of their latest projects on Facebook.
I hope you enjoyed "meeting" Joel Kelly as much as I did!