Why in the world I haven’t done a post devoted to the work of Keith Summerour and his associates is beyond me. Everywhere I turn it seems that something beautiful in a location I love, has been designed by his firm. Take for example, the kitchen above and the bedroom below.
Guess where the house is located that has these wonderful rooms? Blackberry Farm in Tennessee! I’ve featured posts on Blackberry Farm here and here and never even connected it with Keith Summerour. Hanging my head in shame here.
And then there is this house:
Do you remember it? This was the Coastal Living Idea House located on St. Simons Island that I wrote about last summer here. Guess who designed this home? You’re right. Summerour and Associates, and they also designed these stables on St. Simons Island that were in a post here.
Remember The Old Edwards Inn in Highlands, NC that was in this post? Yes, Summerour and Associates did the design for its renovation.
Yes, I have really been blind when it comes to recognizing their work. So let’s remedy that today by looking at a few other spaces from them. The first one I would like to share with you is in Georgia at the Currahee Club on Lake Hartwell. I love the walls and beautiful cabinets in this kitchen.
Here is the living room that opens to that kitchen (and a screened porch too!)
Take a look at this space from another Georgia home they designed. This one is named Towerhouse Farm, and it is located in Meriwether County. I like that it has such a great mix of rustic and refined.
One of my favorites out of their work is McIlvain Farm on St. Simons Island. This is definitely not your typical beach house.
Now take a look at just a few of the kitchens in the residences Summerour and Associates have designed. I think you will love them.
Their Atlanta offices are housed in an old warehouse that Keith Summerour renovated. The building is rustic, refined, and has an industrial edge as well, and it is available for rent for events. What an imaginative idea! You can see photos of the interior here.
Much of the work from this design firm has an “old world” atmosphere to me, but this last home that I want to close with has a purely American farmhouse feel.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing some of the wonderful work from the truly talented Keith Summerour and his team. Be sure you click on the links to see more.
Have a great weekend!