Furniture - Local
With some 60 showrooms representing at least 1,200 of the world’s premier brands, ADAC offers one-stop shopping for the city’s best furniture, fabric, rugs, lighting, accessories, floor and wall coverings, antiques, fine art and framing, kitchens, baths, tile and stone, and even home theater products.
Bee’s eco-friendly home furnishings are fresh, witty, and practical. Reduce your carbon footprint with unique household items such as washable sheets of canvas soaked in beeswax, used as a substitute for plastic wrap.
The eye-catching store windows are filled with beautiful lamps and light fixtures, but inside you’ll also find a wide variety of furniture, which ranges in style from rustic and industrial to updated traditional—always with a focus on comfort.
Two Francophiles, art lovers, and design junkies—Ann Huff and Meg Harrington-—created Huff Harrington Home as a companion store to their Buckhead art gallery.
Established in 1999, this store has a wide selection of on-trend, affordable furniture and accessories.
Maybe it’s owner Eddie Brumbaugh’s background in the fashion industry that makes her appreciate rich textures, from hide rugs to furry pillows to leather sofas.
After more than three decades, Mathews’ Furniture Galleries continues to thrive under second-generation family owners.
Here you’ll find high-quality upholstery, case goods, and antiques, along with the Mr. and Mrs. Howard collection for Sherrill Furniture.
Owner Lee Kleinhelter transforms vintage items into contemporary treasures with punches of color and lighthearted details.
Owner David William D’Ambrosio’s past work in Costa Rica, Italy, Spain, Venezuela, and Guatemala gives his designs an international flair.
For more than a decade, this high-quality consignment shop has sold “snooty brands for savvy prices.”
Atlanta designer Kay Douglass opened this showroom after she went on a buying trip to France and wound up with excess inventory.
Light fixtures—geometric, modern, industrial—and upholstered armchairs are particular strengths, though owner Jimmy Stanton has always had a knack for accessories of the moment, such as framed slices of agate and white porcelain urns.
From colorful Blenko glass to R. Wood pottery and Mitchell Black’s graphic black-and-white china, the tabletop selection shines even brighter in this store’s new location near Miller Union restaurant.
This is as close as Atlanta gets to Milan, with iconic modern brands like Flexform, Edra, and Poliform.