Whether you’re planning a major remodel or just want a few ideas to freshen a space, attending a home tour this fall will help get your creative juices flowing. Here are four places to start.
Historic Brookhaven Candlelight Tour of Homes and Gardens
Thursday, Oct. 1 (5:30-8:30 p.m.)
This tour will offer an intimate look into older homes in sought-after Brookhaven, a community located just inside the perimeter.
Cost: $50-$70 (armhc.org/BrookhavenTour)
Roswell Woman’s Club home of distinction
Oct. 2-11 (10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays; noon-5 p.m. on Sundays)
This new home is a 6,700-square-foot structure with seven bedrooms and nine baths. It was inspired by Old World architecture and materials, including General Shale brick and James Hardie shake siding and cornices.
Cost: $20 (homeofdistinction.com/15Atlanta/index.php)
Candler Park Fall Fest Tour of Homes
Sunday, Oct. 4 (Noon-6 p.m.)
You will find an eclectic mix of homes and outdoor spaces, including treehouses and gardens.
Cost: $20 (advance) or $25 (tour day) (fallfest.candlerpark.org/tour-of-homes)
NARI Atlanta Tour of Remodeled Homes
Saturday, Oct. 24 (10 a.m-4 p.m.)
Eight private homes transformed throughout Atlanta’s northern suburbs by members of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry Atlanta Chapter will be open to the public. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit CURE Childhood Cancer.
Cost: $20 (advance) or $25 (tour day) (atlantaremodelingtour.com)
What other tours would you add to this list? What’s the best idea you have picked up on a home tour?