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.
Jonathan Adler’s sphere of influence doesn’t stop at his international empire of boutiques. Adler’s big-name collaborations range from Lacoste to Kohler, Tumi to TOMS, Formica to Fisher-Price. Now, his debut collection of roller shades for the Shade Store embraces his signature retro motifs.
See what is new and noteworthy January 9–16, including new product introductions and celebrity chefs in the demonstration kitchen.
Butterfly chairs come in eight faux furs, from mink to Mongolian lamb. The Devyn Tufted Tête-à-Tête bed has upholstered head- and footboards for gab fests.
Buckhead’s new Cambria Gallery is more like a fine jewelry store than a dusty stone yard. This slick, polished space—owned by Construction Resources, the region’s exclusive Cambria fabricator—showcases all 126 of the firm’s natural quartz surfaces.
Pink and green in a historic Druid Hills kitchen? Bring it on, says homeowner Katie Newsom, who has always loved preppy colors but didn’t expect to use them in her kitchen.
In a 1957 Time magazine article, the iconic German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe famously said of furniture made by architects: “A chair is a very difficult object. A skyscraper is almost easier. That is why Chippendale is famous.” That’s why, when Atlanta architect Jonathon Quinn decided to become a furniture maker, he started with a chair.