Private Quarters: Eclectic feel in Vinings townhome

October 29, 2015 - accent chair

“I like those pieces that make we think, ‘Wow,’” pronounced Ayestaran Diaz, who worked with antiques in Venezuela before relocating to a U.S. “It’s good to have that heterogeneous look.”

Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service / Pictures: Christopher Oquendo Photography (Read a full story below.)

Living room

Modern art, contemporary seat and exemplary statues of marble and bronze association in peace in Pedro Ayestaran Diaz's and Jeffrey Chandler's vital room. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Modern art, contemporary seat and exemplary statues of marble and bronze association in peace in Pedro Ayestaran Diaz’s and Jeffrey Chandler’s vital room.

A 1989 epitome portrayal by William Fredericksen unresolved in a vital room is one of many works of art that Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler found for their home during Gillian Bryce Fine Art Gallery. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

A 1989 epitome portrayal by William Fredericksen unresolved in a vital room is one of many works of art that Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler found for their home during Gillian Bryce Fine Art Gallery.

Upstairs reward room

Call it Goodwill Hunting. Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler mostly hunt Goodwill stores on weekend mornings for fanciful seat finds. A contemporary Lauren Rottet loll chair by Decca and 1960 building flare sealed Caprani with a strange shade are among a Goodwill treasures a span found for their reward room upstairs. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Call it “Goodwill Hunting.” Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler mostly hunt Goodwill stores on weekend mornings for fanciful seat finds. A contemporary Lauren Rottet loll chair by Decca and 1960 building flare sealed “Caprani” with a strange shade are among a Goodwill treasures a span found for their reward room upstairs.

When they bought their townhome, Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz altered a flooring in a upstairs reward room from runner to wood. The timber floors helped renovate a space into a atmospheric and stylish sitting area. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

When they bought their townhome, Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz altered a flooring in a upstairs reward room from runner to wood. The timber floors helped renovate a space into a atmospheric and stylish sitting area.

Dining room

Colorful glass, bronze statues, exemplary accent pieces in bullion and a 1980s epitome portrayal from King Galleries in Roswell lighten a ethereal dining room in a home of Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Colorful glass, bronze statues, exemplary accent pieces in bullion and a 1980s epitome portrayal from King Galleries in Roswell lighten a ethereal dining room in a home of Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz.

It's potion on glass, anchored with white chairs and a white buffet, for a dining room tabletop and taste in a Vining townhome. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

It’s potion on glass, anchored with white chairs and a white buffet, for a dining room tabletop and taste in a Vinings townhome.

Kitchen

Homeowner Jeffrey Chandler likes to cook, so an open kitchen was important. He and partner Pedro Ayestaran Diaz private a strange Corian counters and transposed them with white quartz countertops. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Homeowner Jeffrey Chandler likes to cook, so an open kitchen was important. He and partner Pedro Ayestaran Diaz private a strange Corian counters and transposed them with white quartz countertops.

Master bedroom

Plantation shutters and complicated seat brew in Pedro Ayestaran Diaz's and Jeffrey Chandler's master bedroom. The homeowners bought their end-unit Vinings townhome in open 2015 and have flashy it with an heterogeneous interior pattern style. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Plantation shutters and complicated seat brew in Pedro Ayestaran Diaz’s and Jeffrey Chandler’s master bedroom. The homeowners bought their end-unit Vinings townhome in open 2015 and have flashy it with an heterogeneous interior pattern style.

Master bathroom

High ceilings and copiousness of healthy light make homeowners Pedro Ayestaran Diaz's and Jeffrey Chandler's vast master bath splendid and airy. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

High ceilings and copiousness of healthy light make homeowners Pedro Ayestaran Diaz’s and Jeffrey Chandler’s vast master bath splendid and airy.

Bedroom

Homeowners Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler have opposite approaches to design, though they assimilated their tastes into an heterogeneous character when they changed into their Vinings townhome. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Homeowners Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler have opposite approaches to design, though they assimilated their tastes into an heterogeneous character when they changed into their Vinings townhome.

Decor touches

This 1880s form with forged griffins, found on a sport outing during a internal Goodwill, was recovered with a paisley fabric and interconnected with a splendid runner in a groundwork bedroom. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

This 1880s form with forged griffins, found on a “hunting” outing during a internal Goodwill, was recovered with a paisley fabric and interconnected with a splendid runner in a groundwork bedroom.

In a third-floor stairwell hangs a collection of 1960s singular book Victor Vasarely serigraphs, including one of 150 sealed and antiquated 1969 Silk Scarf prints by Vasarely. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

In a third-floor stairwell hangs a collection of 1960s singular book Victor Vasarely serigraphs, including one of 150 pointer and antiquated 1969 “Silk Scarf” prints by Vasarely.

A favorite block is a 1920s French smorgasboard with pleasing inlaid detailing and thick marble top. It's in a entryway, juxtaposed with an epitome contemporary painting. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

A favorite block is a 1920s French smorgasboard with pleasing inlaid detailing and thick marble top. It’s in a entryway, juxtaposed with an epitome contemporary painting.

Homeowners Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler purchased their 1960s comma-shaped coffee table, done of timber and potion by Vladimir Kagan, from Peter Pero during Antique Factory in Chamblee. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Homeowners Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler purchased their 1960s comma-shaped coffee table, done of timber and potion by Vladimir Kagan, from Peter Pero during Antique Factory in Chamblee.

My favorite block of seat is an 1880s 10-foot high Renaissance Revival post mirror, purchased during an estate sale in Stone Mountain, says homeowner Pedro Ayestaran Diaz. we adore a sovereignty of a size. At a bottom of a counterpart is a 1900s art nouveau statue done of Carrara marble, sealed A. Batacchi/Florence, found during Fontaine's Auction Gallery in Massachusetts. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

“My favorite block of seat is an 1880s 10-foot high Renaissance Revival post mirror, purchased during an estate sale in Stone Mountain,” says homeowner Pedro Ayestaran Diaz. “I adore a sovereignty of a size.” At a bottom of a counterpart is a 1900s art nouveau statue done of Carrara marble, sealed A. Batacchi/Florence, found during Fontaine’s Auction Gallery in Massachusetts.

When homeowners Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz changed into their three-bedroom townhome, they transposed a runner on a second and third floors with golden ash flooring, seen here in a foyer. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

When homeowners Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz changed into their three-bedroom townhome, they transposed a runner on a second and third floors with golden ash flooring, seen here in a foyer.

A Murano potion tube candelabrum from Antique Factory, in Chamblee, hangs above a potion dining list in a dining room of Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

A Murano potion tube candelabrum from Antique Factory, in Chamblee, hangs above a potion dining list in a dining room of Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler.

Bright bed linens and pillows acquire guest to Pedro Ayestaran Diaz's and Jeffrey Chandler's guest bedroom with colourful pops of color. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Bright bed linens and pillows acquire guest to Pedro Ayestaran Diaz’s and Jeffrey Chandler’s guest bedroom with colourful pops of color.

A contingent of mini vases and flowers supplement a punch of tone to a list underneath a window in a Vinings townhome. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

A contingent of mini vases and flowers supplement a punch of tone to a list underneath a window in a Vinings townhome.

Exterior View

Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz chose this end-unit townhome in a gated village in partial since it had an aged Savannah feel. The homeowners conclude a attract of their Vinings community, combined by John Wieland Homes  Neighborhoods. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz chose this end-unit townhome in a gated village in partial since it had an “old Savannah” feel. The homeowners conclude a attract of their Vinings community, combined by John Wieland Homes Neighborhoods. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service.

Meet a homeowners

Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler changed into their three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath townhome in Vinings in May 2015. Ayestaran Diaz is a hair stylist during Hairdresser's Inc. in Marietta and Chandler is a consultant for Cobb County School District. Their heterogeneous interior pattern character mixes mid-century complicated with contemporary and 19th century antique furnishings. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler changed into their three-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath townhome in Vinings in May 2015. Ayestaran Diaz is a hair stylist during Hairdresser’s Inc. in Marietta and Chandler is a consultant for Cobb County School District. Their heterogeneous interior pattern character mixes mid-century complicated with contemporary and 19th century antique furnishings.

Decor touches

Hanging in Jeffrey Chandler's and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz's reward room is an oil on board by mid-century American artist Lois Foley, from Gillian Bryce Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Hanging in Jeffrey Chandler’s and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz’s reward room is an oil on board by mid-century American artist Lois Foley, from Gillian Bryce Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta.

In scarcely each room in their townhome, Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler showcase works of art, that operation from exemplary to contemporary. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

In scarcely each room in their townhome, Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler showcase works of art, that operation from exemplary to contemporary.

A behind rug allows homeowners Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz copiousness of space to get outward and suffer a mature trees and azaleas in their townhome community.

Plantation shutters beauty a many windows via Pedro Ayestaran Diaz's and Jeffrey Chandler's home. When we get home, we like to open a windows, pronounced Ayestaran Diaz, a hair stylist during Hairdresser's Inc. in Marietta. It feels great. we adore to come home. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Plantation shutters beauty a many windows via Pedro Ayestaran Diaz’s and Jeffrey Chandler’s home. “When we get home, we like to open a windows,” pronounced Ayestaran Diaz, a hair stylist during Hairdresser’s Inc. in Marietta. “It feels great. we adore to come home.”

Homeowners Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz suffer looking for seat to adorn their Vinings townhome. They found this 1920s French cupboard during an estate sale in Buckhead. Text by Lori Johnston and Keith Still/Fast Copy News Service. (Christopher Oquendo Photography/www.ophotography.com)

Homeowners Jeffrey Chandler and Pedro Ayestaran Diaz suffer looking for seat to adorn their Vinings townhome. They found this 1920s French cupboard during an estate sale in Buckhead.

Pedro Ayestaran Diaz enjoys sport for “shock pieces.”

He scouts around for surprising seat and art on Sunday trips to Goodwill with partner Jeffrey Chandler, or when visiting antique stores, estate sales and art galleries. Since a span purchased their Cobb County townhome in open 2015, they have assimilated their existent contemporary and antique seat and art, merging their opposite tastes with new purchases that are cold and different, pronounced Ayestaran Diaz.

“I like those pieces that make we think, ‘Wow,’” pronounced Ayestaran Diaz, who worked with antiques in Venezuela before relocating to a U.S. “It’s good to have that heterogeneous look.”

Snapshot

Residents: Pedro Ayestaran Diaz and Jeffrey Chandler. Ayestaran Diaz is a hair stylist during Hairdresser’s Inc. in Marietta and Chandler is a consultant for a Cobb County School District.

Location: Vinings

Size: 3,150 block feet, 3 bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths

Year built/bought: 2000/2015

Builder: John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods

Architectural style: Brownstone

Favorite architectural elements: Brick exterior, 10-foot-plus ceilings

Renovations: They transposed a runner on a second and third floors with golden ash hardwood floors. In a kitchen, a Corian countertops were private and quartz countertops installed. In a stairway, they private a runner and refinished a treads with a dim gray paint, Sherwin-Williams’ Urbane Bronze.

Interior pattern style: Eclectic with a brew of mid-century modern, contemporary and 19th-century seat and antiques.

Favorite interior pattern elements: Their curated collection of existent pieces and new-to-them treasures, such as a 10-foot high counterpart in a Renaissance Revival style, dating to a 1880s and purchased during an estate sale in Stone Mountain, a black lacquered form with forged griffins (found during Goodwill), and a mid-century modern, timber and potion coffee list done like a comma, purchased by Peter Pero during Antique Factory in Chamblee.

Favorite artwork: 1960s singular book Victor Vasarely serigraphs, 1989 epitome portrayal by William Fredericksen, 1900s art nouveau statue done of Carrara marble (signed A. Batacchi/Florence) and an oil on board by mid-century American artist Lois Foley.

Resources: Furniture, accessories and design from Goodwill, Gillian Bryce Fine Art Gallery, King Galleries and Antique Factory.

source ⦿ http://artsculture.blog.ajc.com/2015/10/29/private-quarters-eclectic-feel-in-vinings-townhome/

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