houzz | Aim for VarietyFriday, March 15th, 2019
Atlanta Business Chronicle Top 25Monday, January 21st, 2019
Tom Williams Residential was named 5th top Residential Remodeling Contractors ranked by 2017 residential remodeling revenues in Atlanta. View more here.
houzz | White, Blue and GraySaturday, December 22nd, 2018
Designer: Kackie Gilbert Interiors, Tom Williams Residential and Harrison Design Group Architects
Size: 234 square feet (22 square meters)
Homeowners’ request. A more open kitchen with simple, clean lines and generous workstations.
Color scheme. Blue wall and island paint (Tempe Star by Sherwin-Williams). White cabinet and trim paint (Bright White by Benjamin Moore). Antique blue-and-white serving platter, breadbox and pitcher. Gray-veined white quartz countertops and backsplash. Silver appliances, light fixtures, faucets and cabinet hardware.
Atlanta Homes | JEWELED BEAUTYThursday, April 21st, 2016
When interior designer Amy Morris’ client found the perfect home for her busy family of five—a great location and expansive property—she fell in love immediately. After the initial attraction wore off, however, she realized that the Sandy Springs house needed help in almost every respect. View it here: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles “Jeweled Beauty”
Featured in BHGTuesday, May 26th, 2015
Tom Williams Residential recently installed a beautifully adaptive bath design by Mary Katherine Timoney. In addition to a unique aqua-color glass sliding door, this stunning bath features feminine curve patterns throughout. View it here: Better Homes & Garden “Gracefully Adapted”.
Featured in AJCSunday, May 5th, 2013
A home that received a facelift by Tom Williams Residential is featured in the April 7 Homefinder section of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Stephen Fuller design transformed the 1930s cottage in Buckhead which now features painted brick, stone work and a front porch with columns.
Featured in Southern LivingFriday, June 2nd, 2006
Tom William’s Farm House Living house was featured in not one but two Southern Living magazine issues. The November 2005 issue highlights the home’s classy yet cottage-like bath. The May 2006 issue features the unique built-in window seats flanking the fireplace in the new family room – details can be found on the website and the magazine article.