Eclectic Home Tour – Truth and Co

This home tour is stunning! Love the shiplap backsplash, open shelves, lighting and those industrial barstools! Truth and Co

“Whatever is true and noble… Lovely and praiseworthy… Think about such things!”

Anisa of Truth and Co doesn’t miss a thing when it comes to design as can be seen from her own Atlanta home.

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On to Anisa’s home …

Something as simple as replacing curvy spindles gives the staircase a fresh look.

Classic foyer and bannister - love the gallery wall


I love the wood and metal stools – here is a similar looking affiliate vintage style barstool.

Love all the details in this white kitchen - the shiplap walls, open shelves, glass lighting and industrial barstools

Love this shiplap backsplash and the open kitchen shelves in this updated farmhouse kitchen

Beautiful white kitchen with tons of charming details like the brass pulls and faucet and huge farmhouse sink

Love the unpolished brass faucet and farmhouse sink in this beautiful white kitchen

Love this open floor plan with big farmhouse table, metal chairs and enamel pendant lights

Love this eclectic dining room and the vintage metal lights

A dresser makes a great console table and room divider

Love this stone fireplace and rustic wood mantel

Vintage seascape gallery wall

Love this vintage painting gallery wall over a bed

Love mixing old and new like a modern vessel sink on top of a rustic wood table

Vessel sink with a rustic wood farmhouse table - love the unpolished brass faucet

Who’s ready to move in?

See more of this home at Truth and Co and follow Anissa on Instagram for more behind the scenes pics.

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  1. Beautiful house!
    Very expensive house but, having the resources, doesn’t mean one also has the taste to create as beautiful spaces as Anisa did.
    I could live there and not change a thing. 🙂

    1. So true! She did an amazing job and I think there are lots of budget friendly take aways – like the shiplap walls and backsplash (save a fortune on tile)! The replacing of the old spindles gives the staircase an instant update too.

  2. Hi,
    Could you let me know the brand of your antique brass sink and or the dimensions? I’d like to do something similar for my farm sink- it looks so beautiful! I have a current faucet that I’m wondering if it would work that looks very similar to yours. It is 7 and 1/2 inches high and 9 inches long.

    I love your style and I’m so excited that I found your site.

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