Monday, April 4, 2011


This versatile and beautiful pool house was designed by Henry Sprott Long and Associates, and the interior design was created by the uber talented Phoebe Howard with help from her grandson, Andrew.

The stone building, resembling an English cottage, is perfect for poolside guest. Howard upholstered the furniture in acrylic fabric, and the rug is indoor-outdoor hemp.

The surrounding gardens are absolutely breathtaking and the pool is perfect.  I don't know about you, but I could easily spend time here. ENJOY!

To read more about this pool house, pick up the April issue of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles or visit them online here.

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Photography by Erica George Dines
Landscape design by Kelly Hulsey
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Kathysue said...

I do believe Phoebe Howard can do no wrong.This was wonderful to see, thanks for sharing,

carolyn bradford said...

thanks for the reminder!!! As we've sat and stared and contemplated over the weekend....I needed this! I don't really want to start over...I love where we are and this has always been a favorite of mine....especially now that we don't use the pool like we used's still a nice thing to have and to entertain with. I just need them to come and do a true makeover! But this is truly a favorite!

Unknown said...

Fabulous! Love those floors and the curtain panels. Thanks for posting as I don't get this magazine here in Houston.

quintessence said...

What a fabulous pool house - I'm starting to think I like everything she does!

Fash Boulevard said...

Hey Teresa. These are so beautiful. I'm so excited that I found your blog. I'm completely following now, I hope you will as well. I started my blog a little over a month ago. It's all about celebrity fashion from the point of view of an LA stylist. Stop by for multiple post a day on all the latest celebrity fashion news. Would love your support. xoxo

The enchanted home said...

A total that is just perfection. I would be happy to call it a year round house..forget it being a pool! Love the dark trim and the soaring celings with the beams, not what you expect in a pool house..its perfect and I am bookmarking this post!

Anonymous said...

this is such a gorgeous small space that looks so open and the upholstery fabric..this type is quite popular in Italy too...
I have a half roll of it that I'm wondering what to do with it.. perhaps the cushions for the porch?...we'll see.... :)

Luciane at said...


I'd live there in a heart-beat! I love the floors in the kitchen and bathroom.

What a fantastic post, Teresa! Good job!

Have a Blessed week!


Luciane at

amy b.s. said...

oh, that vaulted ceiling! so amazing!

Anonymous said...

I totally want to live there, Teresa! Hope your Mon. is off to a great start. xo

designchic said...

The floors are amazing...I love absolutely everything she does!! Hope you are feeling better now ~

Mary Ann Pickett said...

I love her style. Great stone floors.

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

What a beautiful pool house! I love Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. they feature the best houses. I'm saving the pic of the fountain and the grass carpet design. Awesome!

Stacy CUrran said...

Tina was right....awesome post! She included one of mine, too...isn't she the sweetest? I'm a new follower. Hope you'll stop by sometime. Very excited to get to know your blog!

Elaine said...

Hello Teresa. Love your blog and the great photos. Just wondering if you would be willing to add my new blog to the list of other blogs you have on your site. It is about French antiques and decorative arts from the perspective of someone in the business, living in France. I call Fabulous French Finds and the address is

I live in Paris and just recently started the blog as a way to combine my passion of everything related to France and the decorative arts, and my degree from Sotheby's Institute of Art.

Thank You.

Interior Design Musings said...

I can honestly say that Mrs. Howard is my all time favorite hands down interior designer. I have never met one of her rooms I didn't like. Love finding you through Tina's blog! M.

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