Home EnvyOMG, I Want This House: Atlanta (PHOTOS)The Daily Beast02.10.13Home EnvyOMG, I Want This House: Atlanta (PHOTOS)Vintage, French-inspired décor and a bath designed like a trough in a rustic barn are just a few of this Atlanta home's charms. See the photos that have us drooling.The Daily Beast02.10.13 9:45 AM ETSimon Upton/The Interior Archive Part farmhouse, part loft, you'd never guess this home is in Atlanta. But the vintage, French-inspired décor, cozy upstairs reading nook, and bath designed to feel like a trough in a rustic barn are just a few of its Southern charms. See photos of the Georgia home that has us drooling. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive Renovated 1930s beams line the living-room ceiling, while steel shelves add an industrial touch to the bookcase. Natural reading light streams into the upstairs reading nook through a skylight on the left. Just imagine what a good hide-and-seek spot that nook would make! Simon Upton/The Interior Archive That kitchen table has humbler origins than you would guess: it’s from Martha Stewart! Its original tile top was replaced with Georgian marble to give it the appearance of having been salvaged from a French patisserie. This kitchen doesn’t go too overboard with the whole rustic theme though—there’s still a television in the corner so you can follow along with Paula Deen. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive Downton Abbey fans might find special appeal in the general setup of the scrubbed wooden table in this white-painted room—it feels as if Carson could walk in any minute in a huff over some etiquette slip. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive White cowhide softens the look of the industrial table in this dining room, with large wooden cabinets in keeping with the color scheme: oyster shell, steel gray, and truffle. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive You wouldn’t dare be unproductive while sitting in a wing-backed chair and working at an antique French writing table, would you? Simon Upton/The Interior Archive Be sure to pick up a few rustic-looking knick-knacks to match the rest of your home. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive If the Martha Stewart table in the kitchen doesn’t suit your fancy, you can always saunter through the doorway into the living room, where yet another gorgeous table awaits. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive Uneven beams, reclaimed from a North Carolina tobacco farm, frame the doorway leading from the open-plan living room to the dining room. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive A 22-foot-high window bathes the master bedroom and its four-poster bed in sunlight. The lush backyard can be seen through the window as well. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive This pug knows just how good he’s got it on this plushy living-room couch. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive You may not see any books in this shot, but this is the home’s library, with walls covered in crewelwork fabric. Simon Upton/The Interior ArchiveThe bath is designed to feel like a trough in an old barn with the tap coming straight out of the wall and was a gift from Jill's husband. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive Outside, in the garden, a stone faux-bois table is flanked by wicker garden chairs, all beneath the shade of a tree. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive By the gravel driveway and stairs that lead up to the house, bushes are trimmed into spheres in an homage to Frenchwoman Nicole de Vésian and her famous home garden, La Louve, in Provence, France. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive The outdoor sofas and ottomans are in keeping with the rest of the home’s rustic feel and color scheme, having been painted gray and upholstered in taupe to blend with the stone terrace. Simon Upton/The Interior Archive Privet hedges in wooden tubs line the driveway from the wrought-iron gates to the house. Honey, I’m home!