Marietta marks a milestone this year with the 30th incarnation of the Pilgrimage, a yuletide showcase of the city’s most beautifully preserved historic homes. But an hour east of Atlanta, the picturesque town of Madison has been in the holiday home tour business even longer.
Magnolia has just enough of the surprises that make show houses fun, without getting too gimmicky. How to make a day out of a trip to the Cartersville attraction, open though November 13.
Try out for HGTV's Flea Market Flip, meet the Junk Gypsies, and take home some great local crafts!
Roche Bobois and fashion designer Mimi Plange team up to create a one-time furniture collection benefiting Horizons Atlanta. “Our design sensibilities are in line with each other,” says Plange. “Theirs is modernist but at the same time colorful and fresh, and they take chances. That’s the way we approach our brand.”
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.
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.
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.
Although Georgia’s textile industry is no longer the economic powerhouse it used to be, the state remains a breeding ground for independent fabric designers, many of whom have attained national prominence.
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