The Hutcheson-Redwine Plantation is a magical scene. Nestled in the rolling terrain of Chattahoochee Hills, the circa-1841 farmhouse has been lovingly restored. Here, recipes for a bucolic brunch, including watermelon spritzer, chilled melon soup, turkey sweet potato hash, and mascarpone tart with fresh strawberries.
When you approach the grand brick facade of the Adair Park house you’re struck by the building’s proportions and history. Atlantans aren’t used to seeing houses 160 years old in a city that was all but incinerated in 1864. “No building permits exist for it,” explains owner Tracy Galasso.
The superheroes in this spiffy redo are paint and fabric, two relatively inexpensive investments with a lot of power. The Peachtree City home office once languished with cherry cabinets and gold wall paint until local design firm Steiner Pope came to the rescue.
This house in historic Cobbham inspired the R.E.M. song “Life and How to Live It,” based on a man who had outfitted the one-time duplex to suit his split personalities. Renovated by Athens interior designer Tami Ramsay, she says this is her most colorful project ever.
As the founder of Colordrunk Designs, it’s no surprise she reaches for all things bright, bubbly, and fun. Here’s what’s inspiring her now.
Buckhead's buzzing design district, Miami Circle, has experienced a renaissance in recent years and is better than ever for home shopping. Designers Julie Montgomery and Michele Gratch of Montgomery Gratch Interiors helped us narrow down stops on a shopping tour.
“I want the patrons to witness the power of collaboration that is fostered through elevating and empowering the creative economy in Atlanta,” says TILA Studios founder Tiffany Latrice. “These are Atlanta artists that deserved to be celebrated, recognized and embraced. This exhibition is more than just a display of their work and craftsmanship, it's a celebration, homecoming, and induction of a community of working artists that may be otherwise been overlooked.”
It’s where your kids took their first steps. The backyard where you planted your first garden. The entryway where you coerced your teenager to stand still for prom pictures. The home you had always...
An affinity for the Beatles was the starting point for John Byrne’s office, where the retired Coca-Cola exec now relaxes among his beloved British icons. Cartersville-based interior designer Beverly Baribault deftly channeled Carnaby Street—circa 1968—throughout the space.