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make it yours: rob brinson and jill sharp brinson

by Lauren

Photographer Rob Brinson and his wife, Jill Sharp Brinson (stylist, designer and creative director for Ballard Designs), lived in this gorgeous loft studio in Atlanta’s King Plow Art center for six years. Now the space is used as a getaway, and it accommodates friends and relatives. With over 1,000 panes of glass, tall ceilings and over 6,500 square feet of space, this industrial loft is a dream come true. The natural colors add to the crisp, clean feeling of the home. The amazing history of the building and the antiques that Jill and Rob have collected throughout the years truly make this space one of a kind. Please check out the original sneak peek for more images of this intriguing loft. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Bedroom)
A. Windham (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 420; B. Toasting Tan (Valspar), PMS 482; C. Indigo Streamer (Valspar), PMS 534; D. Loch Blue (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 7459; E. Arrowroot (Pratt & Lambert), PMS Cool Gray 1

Roundup 1 (Bedroom)
1. Verner Panton Panthella Floor Lamp, $762; 2. Natural Tree-Stump Side Table, $199; 3. Nest Liam Alpaca Throw, $265; 4. Nelson Night Desk Clock, $410 5. Pillow Cover, $19; 6. Mongolian Lamb Pillow Cover, $59+; 7. Grain Sack Pillow, $85

The second room and roundup continue after the jump…

Palette 2 (Entrance)
A. Yellow Brown (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 161; B. Arrowroot (Pratt & Lambert), PMS Cool Gray 1; C. Mandarin (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 158; D. Windham (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 420; E. Beeswax (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 1215

Roundup 2 (Entrance)
1. Allegro Silver Pillow, 32; 2. Oversized Zinc Letters, $98; 3. Platinum and Palladium Print, $45; 4. Diniva Settee, $5279; 5. Tin Trunk, $145

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