Lee Kleinhelter: Moving on Up

Lee Kleinhelter is one of my favorite designers and is also the owner of a home furnishings store called Pieces in Atlanta.  Pieces is incredible and Kleinhelter’s designs are incredible. Maybe these images will jog your memory,

lee kleinhelter firepit

Kleinhelter bedroom Cottage Living

Kleinhelter living room

The condo is an interesting switch from the homes that were featured in Cottage Living, a change that Kleinhelter’s discusses in the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine article. I’m always thrilled to see Kleinhelter’s work and catch a glimpse of Pieces online when I can.

Here’s the family’s new spot in the Sovereign high rise,

Kleinhelter condo living room

Lee is pictured above looking pretty freakin’ glamorous at 34 weeks pregnant

Kleinhelter condo living room2

Kleinhelter dining rm

The mirror in Kleinhelter’s dining area reminded me of the lattice mirror panels Jenny at Little Green Notebook posted about last week.

Kleinhelter condo bedroom

Kleinhelter condo armoire

The Hermes blanket shows up on the chair and on the bed. This baby has a way of popping up everywhere, its quickly becoming an iconic accessory but certainly a luxury at $2400.00.

Kleinhelter condo nursery

Kleinhelter condo shelves

Kleinhelter condo terrace

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6 Comments

  • It’s so great to see another refreshing take on the nursery! Not all nurseries need to be baby-ish in order to be baby-friendly (that’s kind of our mantra here at ella+elliot). Thanks for posting this encouraging space.

  • Hi Heather-love some ella+elliott, I like the inspiration portion of your page, it really is helpful for people that don’t have a themed nursery (yikes).

  • i am totally feeling the retro vibe of your nursery. the colors and the grasscloth walls are beautiful. and where does that beautiful rocker come from?! i think am in love…

  • Sarah s.-I’m sure Lee Kleinhelter would appreciate your compliments. The rocker looks a lot like a bentwood rocker w/added upholstery and painted with a metallic paint.

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