Freeman and Fugate Oddities Co., run by Pine Lake’s James Freeman, sells creepy antiques via Instagram and his booth at Scott’s Antique Market. Here are a few of his favorite finds.
We scouted Atlanta for the best interior decor products for this spring's trending style: the modern revival of granny floral.
There’s almost nothing merrier than sipping a holiday cocktail from a gold-embellished glass. Whether it’s a sparkling rim on a champagne flute or an ornate filigree on a tumbler, this style adds a touch of jubilance to any fete.
Atlanta designer Amy Morris discovered a collection of works by British artist and architect Victor Pasmore. What stuck with her was a captivating gold hue that appeared in the midcentury abstract paintings, juxtaposed with crisp black and white. In early 2019, look for her new lighting collection with Charleston-based Avrett, available at ADAC’s R.Hughes.
Get inspired to revamp your home with books from Norman Askins, Nancy Braithwaite, Barbara Westbrook, and Susan Hable.
Not long ago, the area west of Howell Mill Road was a true industrial district, with just a couple of fabric stores to draw suburban shoppers.
Where do you start in a world with everything from illuminated, vibrating toilets to Bluetooth-enabled showers? The best investments are simple and don’t break the bank. These first three steps total less than $600 and can bring returns in more than one way.
On May 2, the hottest ticket in town wasn’t for a Kentucky Derby party, it was for Thrift with Tyler. This sold-out event saw some of the city’s top designers—Michel Boyd, Kerry Howard, Joann Kandrac, and Kelly Kole, to name a few—and design industry professionals piling into a bus to visit West Georgia antique and thrift stores.
In 2006 Amber Schoepp’s Flower Bar was one of the first tenants at Irwin Street Market. After closing shop in 2009 in the midst of the recession, she returned this summer to create a floral workshop with a potting shed feel in the back of the building.