A longtime art-lover left a larger family home on a quiet Buckhead street behind, eager to be part of the vibrant Midtown cultural scene, and filled her new 2,300-square-foot condo in One Museum Place with her most treasured pieces.
Inspired by the trees in his wooded Sandy Springs backyard, architect Daniel Martin renovated the master bath to connect to the outdoors.
Atlanta is a hotbed for antiques, with trade-only and retail sources ranging from dusty markets to pedigreed showrooms. Five designers give their takes on where to find the best old pieces in town and how to keep the look fresh and never fusty.
With a Roswell warehouse and an AmericasMart showroom, Atlanta was the obvious choice for the brand’s first kitchenware boutique, which also stocks a curated selection of cookbooks, accessories, and imported food products.
According to residential designer Rodolfo Castro, one of the most remarkable things about this historic English-style cottage in Poncey-Highland (right outside the entrance to the Freedom Park Trail) is that it was spared the bulldozer in the 1960s.
Star designer Elizabeth Ingram, known for creating stylish restaurant interiors, helped chef and Food Network personality Alton Brown design his Marietta loft. Then she married him and moved in.
A velvet Ikat fabric that Kristin Kong discovered at the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul became the catalyst for her Atlanta dining room. “I’ve always loved green and knew I would build a room around it,” says the interior designer. “It’s now my favorite room of the house.”
We rounded up the things that caught our eye, tickled our fancy, or sparked inspiration in 2019. Here’s your handy manual to the year in review, Atlanta design edition.
In his new book, designer Vern Yip doles out tips and inspiration from his ski house in Park City.