50 Best Home and Garden Shops
Furniture / Chains
Furniture / Local
Best of the Best
Each issue of Atlanta Magazine's HOME includes a list of the 50 best home and garden stores to guide you to the city's best furniture and garden supplies. Check back for updates throughout the year—you never know who will next to make our list.
Editor's Note These listings do not include Atlanta's many fine antiques or home accessories stores.
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