July’s Atlanta Market at AmericasMart has come and gone, but Fall Design Week is just around the corner, September 20-22. So if you missed summer market – or if you prefer to shop at a slower pace – this is your chance to explore hundreds of home décor, gift and lifestyle showrooms across campus.
In the rarefied world of passementerie—the decorative fabric trim, tape, tassels, and cords that adorn draperies, furniture skirts, and more—Georgia’s Fringe Market has the high-end niche cornered.
This fall, more than 15 years after launching his eponymous residential and commercial millwork and woodworking company, furniture maker Skylar Morgan moved his business, Skylar Morgan Furniture + Design, into a 44,000-square-foot warehouse in West Midtown, doubling his space.
Nine years after the groundbreaking reality show Trading Spaces stopped production, TLC has announced a return of the series in 2018. We caught up with local cast member and designer Vern Yip on the set of the new show.
The show will remain open, Mondays to Saturdays, through October 20. The event benefits Dwell with Dignity, which identifies deserving families in need and entirely furnishes new homes for them, right down to stocking the refrigerator.
Stylish, whimsical features at YOO on the Park include a six-story living wall on the 13th Street facade, Marcel Wanders–designed papier-mâché chandeliers, and a giant chess set on the amenity deck.
The new high-rise YOO on the Park, a luxury apartment community in Midtown, reveals model units designed by Cantoni.
This year’s Modern Atlanta festival (with a brand new name—Atlanta Design Festival) runs June 2 to 11, with the popular Atlanta architecture tour on the second weekend. We talked with founders Elayne DeLeo and Bernard McCoy about the new name and how their mission has evolved.