The pop-up shop by local style maven and blogger Mandy Kellogg Rye, author of Waiting on Martha, is back for the summer at Shops Around Lenox
Get inspired to revamp your home with books from Norman Askins, Nancy Braithwaite, Barbara Westbrook, and Susan Hable.
In town to open his new Buckhead Atlanta store, the ceramicist and designer dishes on today's trends and why everyone needs a dash of vulgarity.
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.
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.
A quick look at a Boxwood chaise from Janus et Cie and an Echo Beach chaise from Pier One.
Today and tomorrow, Bobo Intriguing Objects is hosting a warehouse sale. The prices are incredible, and the merchandise is as whimsical and cool as only Mark Sage can find.
Owls are too kitschy, deer too wintry. Our favorite spring fauna takes wing.
A book collection can be for reading—or just for decoration. Eddie Lawrence Edwards of E. Lawrence Ltd., a book purveyor and binder, can whip up a batch of either, but his largest clients are in interior design.
The Atlanta Decorative Arts Center is the design profession’s best-kept secret, a world-class design center with furniture, antiques, fabrics, wallcoverings, art, fixtures, and accessories gathered from around the globe. Even without a five-figure decorating budget, anyone can come here to find one fabulous fabric or a unique chair to create that all-important focal point.