Modern Monochrome in North Buckhead

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  • By Paul Yuncker
Modern Monochrome in North Buckhead

When a couple of empty nesters needed a fresh start at their new North Buckhead home, co-owner Michelle Larrabee-Martin was there with her keen eye to assist in designing an outdoor living space suited to their modern sensibilites.

When a couple of empty nesters needed a fresh start at their new North Buckhead home, co-owner Michelle Larrabee-Martin was there with her keen eye to assist in designing an outdoor living space suited to their modern sensibilites. Shades of black, white and gray—the couple's favorites—are the main attraction in this home and make for a sophisticated setting atop the newly constructed deck.

 

 

A long, rectangular outdoor space called for none other than Cane-line's Conic Sectional. The Conic is made with Cane-line's SoftTouch fabric, a combination between their textilene and Sunbrella's fabric. The soft fabric adds a hint of luxury and comfort, while maintaining its weather-proof properties that allow your furniture to live a long life outdoors.

 

 

Two Cane-line Traveller Lounge Chairs and an array of black and white pillows accompany the sectional, furthering the modern, minimal aesthetic present within the space.

 

 

Larrabee-Martin then brought in the element of fire with the Flo from Brown Jordan Fires to serve as a fire pit and coffee table. Flo's smooth, consistent finish can be attributed to the careful handcrafting of its composite concrete tabletop (half the weight of concrete with twice the strength!). Brown Jordan fire pits are available in three types of fuel: natural, gas and bio-ethanol. Bio-ethanol fuel made from denatured alcohol offers the most convenient and eco-friendly option, which makes for easy installation and allows the flexibility to use it indoors or outdoors.

 

 

For casual dining, DEDON's Play chairs surround the Cane-line Area dining table, again in shades of black and white. TUUCI's 8.5 hexagon umbrella covered with a gray Sunbrella canopy keeps dinner shady, rounding the space out with a look that's both stunning and functional.