Maybe it’s their good-natured sibling rivalry, or the diplomatic way they disarm sensitive homeowners (Sorry, but your “eggs with legs” collection is not a charming selling point). But HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott are, as The Daily Beast once put it, “reality television’s crack cocaine.”
We talked with Harry Bertoia's daughter Celia about her new foundation, her multi-talented father, and her upcoming visit to Atlanta.
You don’t have to be an interior designer to enjoy decorating, any more than you have to be a fashion designer to appreciate clothing. But everyone can benefit from a little expert direction. The new website FoundMarket.com provides just enough professional guidance to help you create your own dream home.
"Looking back on the last several years, I would have to say that more than half of the kitchens we’ve done were largely influenced by the men in the family. The idea that men go to work and women stay home in the kitchen is long gone."
Family photo displays are often a decorative afterthought. Both the pictures and frames tend to be a hodgepodge of gifts and dated keepsakes. Finding a balance between sentimental images and artistic presentation can be daunting. Kennesaw-based designers Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole often create photo galleries for their clients. Below are some of their tips.
Magnolia has just enough of the surprises that make show houses fun, without getting too gimmicky. How to make a day out of a trip to the Cartersville attraction, open though November 13.
HGTV's "Cousins" Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri visit Atlanta to talk about their new reality show, "America's Most Desperate Kitchens."
HGTV is giving away another fully decorated and renovated home, and this year's prize is just a short drive away on St. Simons Island. Atlanta designer Brian Patrick Flynn describes his inspirations for the house.
The monthly Basement Market combines the store’s regular merchandise with one-day-only treasures. For decorators, vintage furniture collectors, or scouts for TV and movie sets, it’s an appointment to keep each month.
Dwell with Dignity—which furnishes homes for struggling families—opens an official chapter in Atlanta
The Texas nonprofit hires a full-time managing director here, completes its tenth metro-area project, and plans to serve more Georgia families.
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