Rough South Home founder upcycles salvage finds

“I find the weird stuff no one wants.” That’s how Clarke Titus begins our conversation as we traipse through a cluttered salvage yard a half dozen miles west of Atlanta. To the Kirkwood furniture maker, the decades-old trash is full of potential. Like a Depression-era Georgia freight car paneled with ten-foot-long pine boards. Titus used the weathered wood—stenciled here and there with numbers and workers’ instructions—to create more than a dozen original pieces, including tables, mirrors, consoles, and a king-sized headboard.

Expert Advice: Custom Design in Cyberspace

You don’t have to be an interior designer to enjoy decorating, any more than you have to be a fashion designer to appreciate clothing. But everyone can benefit from a little expert direction. The new website FoundMarket.com provides just enough professional guidance to help you create your own dream home.
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An inside peek at the paper village in a Norcross warehouse

PulteGroup has built an entire paper village inside a Norcross warehouse to test new house plans.
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What are 2022’s home decor trends? 7 top looks from Americasmart experts

We asked a few experts during last month's winter market to share the top design trends they spotted for the coming year.
Atlanta Magazine announces Georgia’s first cross-disciplinary design awards

Atlanta Magazine announces Georgia’s first cross-disciplinary design awards

Atlanta Magazine’s HOME and Atlanta magazine are pleased to introduce the Georgia Design Awards. These awards are the first of their kind—bringing together all segments of the interior design, architecture, construction, and landscape design communities to showcase the best work and brightest talent across the state of Georgia.
Atlantans debut furniture lines for TOV’s all-Black-designed Voice Collection

Atlantans debut furniture lines for TOV’s all-Black-designed Voice Collection

New York-based TOV Furniture debuted the Voice Collection—which features designs by prominent Black designers, including Atlantans Erika Ward and Justin Q. Williams—at High Point’s spring market in April.

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