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
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.
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.
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.
Two family-owned businesses have come together to give Atlanta a swanky new kitchen-and-bath resource in the city’s most upscale shopping district.
Last year Atlanta joined the dozen or so cities served by Homepolish, a New York–based interior design firm that charges by the hour. Its revolutionary fee structure (from $50) is designed “to make the luxury of having a personal interior designer accessible to a larger market,” says cofounder and CEO Noa Santos.
The Georgia Tiny House Festival highlights the advantages of living with less, even if you don't plan to move into 400 square feet.