Water Tower Transformation

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Green water tower

Originally built in 1966 to provide water to a manufacturing plant, Helen’s water-tower-turned- luxury-home overlooking the Chattahoochee River went through a magical transformation that impresses every rental guest. Dubbed “WasserHaus” by owners Monica and Stephen White, it’s a wow-factor destination fit for any wanderlust bucket list.

Living room with white ceiling and wooden floors

“The biggest challenge was that we didn’t want [the cabin] to feel like you were ‘roughing it’ in a converted water tower; we wanted the concept to be unique and fun,” said interior designer Karina Cordisco of Cordesign. “We wanted guests to feel comfortable, love the aesthetic and most importantly, have a special experience of lasting, sweet memories of this unique home!”

Cordisco embraced the curved walls and focused on using materials that seamlessly flowed from one area to the other. Reclaimed slatted wood on the walls (thin enough to curve with the shape), as well as a curved first-floor shower (with thin blue glass tiles and rain showerhead) and even a custom dining table and wall bench all flow into an extraordinary design.

Kitchen with grey cabinetry

Dining area with wooden wall

Exposed industrial lighting, the original interior ladder spanning all three floors, wood accents, cozy furnishings, pops of color and other natural elements make it feel right at home in the mountains.

Karina Cordisco started her design business in 1995 creating custom spaces that meet clients’ design expectations as well as functional needs for their lifestyle.

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