Everyone loves furniture that tells a story, and the stories don’t get any better than the ones behind pieces by NLB Furniture in Cumming. Each product is constructed by a resident of the addiction treatment program run by nonprofit No Longer Bound.
With each piece shaped by hand or cast from an original mold, Honeycomb Studio ceramics radiate an elegant simplicity. Courtney Hamill introduces her first tabletop collection, seen first in Atlanta magazine.
A quick look at a Boxwood chaise from Janus et Cie and an Echo Beach chaise from Pier One.
Water heaters aren’t usually contenders for technology awards, but the Trutankless by Bollente Companies was named Best Home Technology Product for 2014 by the National Association of Home Builders.
Loblolly produces a memory foam–type product full of “sleepy goodness.” It arrives in a compact cardboard box, which you slice open with a letter opener–like tool.
Geode coasters and agate bookends are in every gift shop these days, but designer Tish Mills was way ahead of the trend when she made her first quartz lamp for a show house nearly 10 years ago.
Who says nursery room decor has to be twee? Not Lindsey Viscomi, a Druid Hills mom who was sick of scouring Etsy for stylish, affordable art for her two kids.