Today and tomorrow, Bobo Intriguing Objects is hosting a warehouse sale. The prices are incredible, and the merchandise is as whimsical and cool as only Mark Sage can find.
If individual spec homes hint at economic recovery, then new builder design centers—a sign of large, growing communities—offer sure hope for the future. Last year Edward Andrews Homes and the Providence Group opened facilities in Alpharetta and Johns Creek, respectively.
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
Now in its 18th year, the Junior League of Atlanta’s annual Tour of Kitchens (March 28–29) has raised more than $1 million for JLA programs benefiting at-risk women and children. Take a self-guided tour of 14 kitchens—seven open each day—and meet the designers who planned the spaces.
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.
In town to open his new Buckhead Atlanta store, the ceramicist and designer dishes on today's trends and why everyone needs a dash of vulgarity.