One of the most recognized historic homes in Atlanta is now more modern than ever. Originally designed in the Italian Baroque style by architects Neel Reid, Hal Hentz and Philip Shutze, “The Pink Palace,” on West Paces Ferry Road recently underwent a huge transformation thanks to being the Atlanta Symphony Associates’ 2014 Decorators’ Show House and Gardens. Construction Resources’ Atlanta Glass & Mirror helped during this renovation by installing specialty bath products in the home’s pool house and master bath.
“We were honored to be selected as one of the elite companies to participate in the event,” explained Joseph Horne of Atlanta Glass & Mirror. “It’s great to see our products in such a charming and historic home. Knowing that the proceeds from this event help fund the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s education and community engagement programs is also very rewarding. We can’t wait to help out with the event in the future!”
“The Pink Palace” was on display from April 26 to May 18. Attendees were able to explore the home’s lavish interior and gardens, which included Atlanta Glass & Mirror’s frameless shower shield in the pool house and large double entry shower enclosure with notched panel around the tub in the master bath.
As a previous 1979 and 2003 show house, “The Pink Palace” is a mixture of new technology and original tapestries from the early 20th century. The home is even considered a “green” house with an innovative geo-thermal heating and cooling system.
To view the home that is as “cutting edge” as it was back in 1926 and to learn more about the Atlanta Symphony Decorators’ Show House and Gardens, visit www.decoratorsshowhouse.org. To learn more about Construction Resources’ Atlanta Glass & Mirror and its products, visit www.crhome.usa.