I finally got around to attending the Inman Park Tour of Homes during the Inman Park festival. I have wanted to go for years! The festival is one of the best, second only to Strut. I spent too much money on some really amazing artwork and just enjoyed the day wandering around one of the oldest and prettiest neighborhoods in Atlanta.
#1 on the list, and the only one we did not get around to going in was the church. We knew we wanted to see all the homes and some of the festival so we figured we would circle back to this one if we had time, and we did not.
No.6 156 Waverly Way, built in 1908 and has been renovated by the current owners for the past 22 years.
These are my favorite design elements from each home.
We did not go in any order, just what was closest to us. I took a ton of pictures with my phone and there were lots of people to contend with so I have zero regrets not lugging my DSLR around.
No. 2 116 Elizabeth St. 1909 Neo-classical style home. This was a fraternity house, boarding house and an apartment house before this renovation.
For some reason my phone likes to jumble my pictures so trying to remember what belongs to which house is proving problematic. Zenfolio also has a horrible mobile uploading app. It constantly locks up and duplicates photos as it uploads so my workflow on the back end is a giant mess! Will just have to post house separate from interiors and live with it.
No. 7 176 Elizabeth St. 1908 with wrap around porch.
No. 5 215 Hurt St. 1910
No. 8 230 Elizabeth St. 1907. This one has the coolest video slide show of the renovation of being a condemned hoarders house to a very cool house with Harry Potter door and Bunny mansion.
The Kid Pit
No.9 925 Austin Ave
No. 4 216 Hurt St. I loved the sink and the pool in this one!
I want this sink!
I want this sink as well, or at least that sliding cutting board.
It was nice to glimpse into these homes I admire so much and get some design inspiration. I would definitely do this again.