Room & Board's latest collection hints at trends to come. Here's five things we expect to see more of this year.
Yesterday was San Francisco designer Jay Jeffers’s first formal presentation at ADAC, but it was certainly not his first visit to Atlanta. Named multiple times to both Elle Décor’s and House Beautiful’s lists of top talents, Jeffers and his husband Michael Purdy, creative director of their retail store Cavalier, have often sourced products at ADAC and local antique galleries. In fact, they’re big fans of Scott Antique Market.
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.
Atlanta's largest Williams-Sonoma, opening at Ponce City Market, offers bonuses like expanded home department and access to upcoming Jonathan Waxman restaurant.
When Atlantans buy local art, everyone wins. The work is often less expensive, it fosters the city’s creative culture, and it helps artists stay in business.
Shagreen is a pebbled leather traditionally made from rayfish skin, though it can also come from shark or dogfish. The subtle texture of the hide creates an exotic surface when applied to furniture or accessories.