By Mik Hyldebrandt



William Bedgood took interior design cues for his condo from the moment he moved into the Windsor building on the corner of Peachtree and North. The building that overlooks the Fox Theatre and most of Midtown was built in the 1960s, and William’s condo is filled with mid-century modern pieces and accents that either date back to or take design leads from the era.



Plush but linear couch, Mouille-inspired wall sconces, and a Knoll coffee table sets the mid-century mood for the room.


Zoe the cat’s favorite hangout is the Eames chair with the cowhide.

A mid-century media credenza paired with a modern lamp is a great match.







A calming, gorgeous view of the Fox and most of Midtown.







Accent pieces found at flea markets and vintage shops underline the mid-century mood plus adds personal touches to the décor.







A perfect find – these original Knoll chairs were on the curb in Midtown, and all William had to do was take them home and have them re-upholstered.



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