by: Nelson Hicks Updated:
ATLANTA - Take a 1929 Buckhead estate created by architect Philip Shutze, throw in 25 of the region's top designers, add in a splash of music here and there, and that's what visitors to the 42nd annual Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators' Show Home and Gardens will experience.
This year, the tour features the Knollwood Estate. It's next door to the governor's mansion and tours are from now through May 13. Tours cost $25 per person and the money benefits the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's education and community engagement programs.
Learn more about the tour, how the 25 designers had to beat out 125 others for the opportunity to take part and see more of the home by watching this video.
See massive Buckhead mansion, ASO Decorators' Show Home
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