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.
Barry Dixon lived all over the world as a child, but this native Southerner shares his region's passion for a good story. He chats with us about why it's more interesting to mix things up.
The 45th annual event is full of spectacular spaces that are sure to inspire. Here are a few take-home ideas from this morning's media preview.
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.
Many blogs have grown out of stores, but Quatrefoil Design is a store that grew out of a blog. Launched last October by Holly Street, author of Things That Inspire, this online venture specializes in hard-to-find intaglios—tiny, cameolike plaster engravings depicting classical scenes and characters.
Design Within Reach's new store is three times larger than its old location, and the eye-popping displays make it fun to visit even when you're not shopping.
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