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Enchanting Interior Architecture

Fayetteville, Georgia

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Enchanting Interior Architecture

Fayetteville, Georgia

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Sloane Marie Mack

27 October 2018

Amazing decorating services. I highly recommend

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Jeannetta Price-Esland

27 October 2018

Very professional, I will definitely recommend this business you won't be disappointed.

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Christy Strickland

9 August 2018

Keri is great about her ideas & making them happen!!

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Pat Erving

9 August 2018

I have seen Kerry Pearson's work and I must say it is very beautiful.

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Vivian J. Viverito

9 August 2018

I was living in a condo with a fantastic little back porch with a swing and a view of the world going by, when life circumstances changed such that I had to move to a new place with no place for the swing and no view. So I called in Keri.

The new place has a very small porch-ish area, too small for a swing and a couple of chairs, but on the plus side, it flows indoors into sunny, porch-size room with high ceilings and huge windows. Could we bring the outdoors inside somehow? Could I have my swing indoors? Google “couch swing” to get a flavor of where we were starting.

Keri found someone to build my swing from parts of an antique oak bed with fancy carving on the headboard. She took care of all the upholstery for the swing seat and pillows. As she sent options for wall art, eventually a primeval theme for the room emerged. We spent several hours shopping at Pike’s to get both the sunroom and small porch outfitted with a forest of plants. So here is where we ended up:

The outside porch has a handmade wrought iron bench that Keri got on Craig’s List, rehabbed, and painted. There is now a forest of large winter-hardy blooming perennial shrubs, some of which sit on the bench, on the little porch. When I sit on my new one-of-a-kind couch swing inside, I see through my huge windows and glass door to my new forest.

The couch swing in the sunroom is hanging from an 11’ ceiling, elegant and rustic at the same time. The wall art is painted and sculpted fossils. The indoor plants are ferns, bromeliads, and orchids. The rug features a starburst pattern that represents the beginning of time.

It’s 20 degrees outside today. If I were back at my condo, I wouldn’t be able to swing on my back porch. Today I am here in my new sunroom, and I can swing anytime I want. Thanks, Keri!
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