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Here we go: 3 Art Deco, Frank Lloyd Wright, stained glass-inspired paper cut cards; bright white and shiny copper foil front, clean white back.

Here we go: 3 Art Deco, Frank Lloyd Wright, stained glass-inspired paper cut cards; bright white and shiny copper foil front, clean white back.

Art Deco Revival | AH&L

“We wanted everything to look like it might have been original,” says designer Nancy Duffey, who selected classic bell-jar lanterns and a brass faucet for the kitchen, both of which are…

The living room was painted crisp white to emphasize the original architecture. Striking a 21st-century note are a pair of bentwood upholstered chairs from Bungalow Classic and a metal cocktail table from Holland & Company. A rug from Moattar softens the terrazzo floor.

This Atlanta& Art Deco residence is given a new lease on life, thanks to architect Ryan Duffey and his wife, designer Nancy Duffey.

Art Deco Revival | AH&L

Art Deco overhaul in Atlanta Carson McElheney was tasked with overhauling the landscaping, which includes this boxwood parterre garden. Other than a addition, the house’s 1934 footprint is intact.

Art Deco Revival | AH&L

This Atlanta& Art Deco residence is given a new lease on life, thanks to architect Ryan Duffey and his wife, designer Nancy Duffey.

Because the existing windows and doors were damaged beyond repair, Ryan chose replacements that were consistent with the home’s age and style. The terrazzo floors are original to the house and were laid only at the front, where guests were traditionally received.

This Atlanta's Art Deco residence is given a new lease on life, thanks to architect Ryan Duffey and his wife, designer Nancy Duffey. Let's check out how the restoration turned out, shall we?

Carson McElheney was tasked with overhauling the landscaping, which includes this boxwood parterre garden. Other than a 1,500-square-foot addition, the house’s 1934 footprint is intact.

Art Deco overhaul in Atlanta Carson McElheney was tasked with overhauling the landscaping, which includes this boxwood parterre garden. Other than a addition, the house’s 1934 footprint is intact.