Houseplants aren’t merely decorative—they’re good for your health, too. Here's a few shops around Atlanta where you can buy houseplants.
Drawing inspiration from books, animals, art museums, and vintage book covers, Lamb’s whimsical designs reflect recurring themes of what she calls “magical realism”: moody landscapes in faded blues, animal menageries in warm terracottas, and playful rabbits in hues of melon and sage.
July’s Atlanta Market at AmericasMart has come and gone, but Fall Design Week is just around the corner, September 20-22. So if you missed summer market – or if you prefer to shop at a slower pace – this is your chance to explore hundreds of home décor, gift and lifestyle showrooms across campus.
Mark Sage's shop offers antiques, Bobo’s own line, and decor from small brands around the world.
Longtime friends and former coworkers Daniel Zimmerman and Seth van den Bergh, self-described “modernists with an appreciation for classical design,” launched their interior design firm, the Drawing Room, in 2018.
“Wellness” may be a buzzword, but health and environmental concerns are no trend, and they are impacting the way we design, build, and decorate.
Edges and corners make way for groovy shapes
Atlanta is a hotbed for antiques, with trade-only and retail sources ranging from dusty markets to pedigreed showrooms. Five designers give their takes on where to find the best old pieces in town and how to keep the look fresh and never fusty.
With a Roswell warehouse and an AmericasMart showroom, Atlanta was the obvious choice for the brand’s first kitchenware boutique, which also stocks a curated selection of cookbooks, accessories, and imported food products.
Honeycomb Studio is expanding into a larger space after working out of a 700-square-foot space for the past three years.