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Walter Attaway Interior Design nestles unexpectedly in idyllic Rome, Georgia, home to the largest intact Victorian downtown in the state, and occupies one of the historic commercial buildings comprising the town's proud distinction. Husband and wife team Walter and Kay Attaway procured the 1892 property in 2004 and renovated the building to accommodate their business and double as their home, allowing both only children to headquarter in close proximity to family while readily accessing the urban Atlanta-Birmingham-Chattanooga triangle. The address may be small-town, but the firm enjoys wide travel and practices progressive design in a classic vein.

Regardless the size or specifics of a design project, Walter Attaway Interior Design will skillfully oblige with a full range of design services, be it the simple refurbishment of a room or overseeing a project from architectural concept to final tablescape. Walter draws on his extensive training in the fine and decorative arts, most notably as an alumnus of Christie's Education London, as well as thirteen years of professional design experience and a comprehensive library of resources to accomplish his residential and commercial treatments. Equipped with an expert eye for good design, the Attaways travel nationally and abroad for experience, education, and acquisition, establishing a fruitful professional network as they go. Auction houses, estate sales, and private dealers proffer antique and one-of-a kind finds. Artisans and craftsmen bring specialized talents to custom projects. Fabrics, wallcoverings, furniture, lighting, carpets, and other fixtures are accessed through industry vendors, many for whom Walter serves as a stocking dealer. Additionally, Walter offers bespoke furniture made to his design and on client commission.

While his education and early training emphasized period and traditional design, Walter commands a rich knowledge and love of diverse design. The Attaway studio-home seamlessly integrates 17th through 20th century perspectives on the interior, demonstrating Walter's proficiency with a wide spectrum of styles that enables him to satisfy a broad clientele.