The airy entryway was the duo’s favorite space to design with its attention-grabbing wallpaper that carries over to the ceiling.
Gold accessories add an extra dose of shine atop a mirrored credenza.
Holly Conlan (left) and Gabriela Eisenhart prove that West Coast and East Coast make for a truly dynamic duo.
The living room boasts contemporary furniture mixed with cozy accents.
The living room, dining area and kitchen flow together to create one large, open space.
Wake + Loom kept the kitchen sleek with a crisp white palette.
Wallpaper wows in the guest bedroom.
The eye-catching master bedroom (the toughest space to complete for its unique layout) feels feminine yet fresh.
For style addicts who love to change up their abode’s decor, meet Kallako, a pillow-leasing company from Brookhaven dweller Sally McPheely. Beginning her career in visual merchandizing, McPheely gradually segued into interior and graphic design, earning her degree in the latter locally at SCAD. But even with all her industry know-how and design resources, decorating her own home became a point of frustration: “I [was] tired of the color schemes in time, and I didn’t want to have to go out and buy new items and store the old ones,” McPheely recounts. “I realized there wasn’t a service out there that allowed you to do that.” So, she created one for folks like herself who wanted a refreshed look. After selecting 75 fashion-forward patterns of Georgia-made fabrics, she personally designed the 20-by-20 pillow covers with an envelope fold, making it easy to switch pillows in and out. Manufactured regionally, the goods are sent seasonally via sustainable packaging to customers who select from one of four subscription plans ($15 to $60 per month). Damages and losses are covered by the fee; shipping is always free; and so are the inserts—a Georgia-made, hypoallergenic synthetic down (“for that karate chopped pillow top!”). Enjoy for three months; then simply send them back for dry cleaning and repairs; and the new shipment will be at your doorstep in a jiffy. You can thank us later. @kallako.llc