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.
In the rarefied world of passementerie—the decorative fabric trim, tape, tassels, and cords that adorn draperies, furniture skirts, and more—Georgia’s Fringe Market has the high-end niche cornered.
The story of midcentury modernism in America is inconceivable without Knoll, the furnishings and textiles company founded by Hans Knoll in 1938 and joined by Florence Knoll in 1941.
In May, Porsche opened its $100 million Experience Center in Hapeville—the company’s largest investment ever outside of its headquarters in Germany. But another German company, kitchen cabinet maker Poggenpohl, has also brought the auto manufacturer’s state-of-the-art technology to metro Atlanta.
The monthly Basement Market combines the store’s regular merchandise with one-day-only treasures. For decorators, vintage furniture collectors, or scouts for TV and movie sets, it’s an appointment to keep each month.
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.
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.
The Georgia Tiny House Festival highlights the advantages of living with less, even if you don't plan to move into 400 square feet.