Lee Kleinhelter’s Bold Atlanta Abode

Lee Kleinhelter

Lee Kleinhelter owns a fantastic shop in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood called Pieces. Pieces is all about bold statements, striking palettes, and mixing vintage and modern. Lee and her family had lived in a high-rise for several years and recently decided to move to Brookwood Hills in order to build their dream home. Turning to Yong Pak of Pak Heydt Associates to design the architecture of the Dutch Colonial-style home. Lee’s husband, Kevin Kleinhelter is a custom home builder and founder of K2 Construction and of course, Lee designed the interiors, making the project a family affair. If you’re familiar with Lee’s style, then this house will feel very much like “her”. It features a high contrast of black and white, sprinkled with a few punches of bold, citrus tones. You’ll find clean lines, some sculptural elements, and a nod to the 1970s throughout. The home offers a chic take on vintage-inspired style and exudes joy at every turn.

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{Kevin and Lee Kleinhelter, with son, Holden and the family’s golden retriever, Rider}

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{High Contrast in the Living Room}

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{The kitchen features black and white veneered cabinets, vintage pendant lights, and brass and lucite stools.}

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{Clean-Lined Architecture Sets the Stage for Bold Furniture Choices}

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{The Third Floor features a Vaulted Ceiling}

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{Five year old Holden’s Room features Custom Built-Ins and a Rock Climbing Area at the top of the Stairs}

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{Holden’s Bathroom has a Nautical, 1970s Vibe}

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{The Master Bedroom features a Black and White Palette and a Private Terrace}

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{Lee’s Glamorous Dressing Room}

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{The Family Room on the Third Floor}

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{The Striking Stairwell}

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{In the guest bedroom, the use of punchy yellow and rattan gives a nod to the 1970s.}

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{The Yellow Guest Bedroom}

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{A Chic Guest Bathroom with a Shiplap Door and Custom Vanity}


For more photos and an interview with Lee Kleinhelter about her process of designing this house, visit Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.


{Photography via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles}

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