Nestled near Emory University and the Atlanta Hawks Training Center in Brookhaven, Georgia, lies Oleander, a luxury apartment complex that serves as a haven of thoughtful, immaculate design for some of Atlanta’s busiest people. High-grade materials and amenities make Oleander anything but an average apartment complex. Modern tile textures pervade the space. Ergon Playground in Tokyo White mimics the look of washed, stained concrete in the leasing office.
Trinity Tile Manor Wood, laid in an intricate parquet pattern, makes the resident lounge and gaming area a convivial space for neighbors to gather. The common area’s fireplace is a stunning wall of wood slats and slate blue hexagonal Daltile. The slate blue tile theme carries into the mail room, where oblong Ergon hexagons cover the floor. In the gym, shock-absorbing Ecore floors help Oleander’s residents burn calories and stay healthy. In contrast to the high-energy of the common areas, where dynamic tile patterns and textures prevail, the units offer relaxation with classic finishes in modern, natural neutrals. Even the smallest apartments (measuring 580 square feet) feel luxe with footlong, stacked Marzazzi Middleton square white tiles on the kitchen backsplash, AVA Design Alpine Oak floors and American Olean white beveled shower surrounds.