Project Spotlight: Atlanta Interior Design Photography – Photographing Homes in Decatur for Toll Brothers
As an architectural and interior design photographer in Atlanta, when I had the opportunity to photograph some new townhome style properties for Toll Brothers, I jumped at the chance. Toll Brothers is known for their gorgeous designs and high-end finishes so I knew I would have an amazing canvas to work with. Over the course of two days, I captured the interiors of two model homes for the New Talley Station community in Decatur, Georgia.
The first property that I photographed was bright and airy with gorgeous wood tones. I started in the kitchen with a one-point perspective to really highlight the way that the light moved through the space from the right hand side to the left. I always love one-point perspectives, especially in kitchens, as they give such a nice view of what the kitchen truly feels like. With the fabulous finishes, I knew a vignette to show the space in use would add to the image set. I also wanted to show how the kitchen fit into the larger space so I photographed the kitchen from one corner that showed the small dining area as well as the great room.
I then moved into the primary bedroom to capture separate images of the bedroom and the bathroom. The bedroom had an awesome built-in that I wanted to ensure was in the frame as well as the view out the window to where the patio is. How nice would it be to wake up in the morning and just slide open your patio door and sit outside with a cup of coffee? The bathroom was another fantastic space with a huge walk-in shower and double-vanity. Shooting towards the bedroom gave me another opportunity to show off the bedroom while also showing how the spaces tied together.
The second property that I captured at New Talley Station had a slightly more modernist feel to it. With darker floors, cabinets, and the lighting, it really gave the sense you were living in a fresh, cool space. As this space was a two-story unit, the main-level was all kitchen and living. A huge island anchored the kitchen so I wanted to ensure that for my overall shot, the island was the centerpiece. I also loved the light coming into the sitting area so I photographed just that area to show how cozy a seating area existed for a future homeowner.
The bedroom in this unit was large so I my goal was to capture the amount of space between the dresser and bed. Additionally, the bathroom had significant counter-space, so when photographing there – back out into the bedroom of course – I wanted to show just how big the vanity was.
Toll Brothers properties always wow. When working the Toll Brothers’ team on how to capture these two spaces, we discussed giving the space a bright, natural light feel. The goal was to highlight the two different designs, while still focusing on the high-end finishes. With such great designs and beautiful light in the space, I was able to deliver these images to Toll Brothers. To see more of my interior design photography, you can click here – Interior Design Photography Atlanta. To see more of my architectural photography, you can click here – Architectural Photography Atlanta. For more information or to discuss booking architectural photography for your project, click here – Contact Adam Goldberg.
Client: Toll Brothers
Adam Goldberg is an Atlanta Architectural and Interior Design Photographer capturing portfolio images of the built environment.