HGTV's "Cousins" Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri visit Atlanta to talk about their new reality show, "America's Most Desperate Kitchens."
Longer evenings are upon us, and as twilight creeps westward it brings the chill of autumn. With that nip in the air, crackling flames in a backyard fire pit are a primal comfort. “Fire pits are better than fireplaces,” says David Gatti, owner of P.O.P.S. Landscaping in Marietta and builder of some 900 fire pits (and countl
Clary Bosbyshell, Margaret Kirkland, Ryan and Nancy Duffey, and Lauren DeLoach explain what they like about traditional design and offer their takes on traditional staples
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.
Visit one of Atlanta's intown neighborhoods where early-20th-century houses and bungalows remain, and you’ll likely find the work of Leila Ross Wilburn, one of Georgia’s first female registered architects.
Matthew Quinn, co-owner and principal/designer of ADAC’s Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio, has built an international reputation—winning virtually every industry award. We wanted to find out more about this hometown superstar, so we tracked him down for some serious and not-so-serious questions.
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.