As enduring a modern icon as an Eames lounge chair, the Bubble Lamp series designed by George Nelson feels as fresh as it did when it was introduced in 1952.
The wait is over. Mandy Rye—the multi-tasking lifestyle guru behind the popular blog and online shop Waiting on Martha, which launched in 2011 with a nod to Ms. Stewart—has opened her first permanent brick-and-mortar in Vinings Jubilee.
The iconic KitchenAid stand mixer, introduced in 1919, is the single most popular item on bridal registries. Here are some fun facts about the beloved appliance.
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.
Over a round of beanbag toss at a Thanksgiving get-together in 2014, brothers-in-law Dwain Cox and Chris Jones decided they could elevate the humble lawn game, which is usually associated more with “frat party” than fine craftsmanship.
“The Circle,” as it’s known to insiders, is actually a rather industrial-looking street with one small roundabout at the end. Over the past 25 years or so, it has become home to more than 60 showrooms and stores, nearly all of them catering to both retail and trade customers.
Both Hudson Grace and Serena & Lily are Bay Area transplants with a casual-cool vibe, and both have landed their first locations in the Southeast.
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.
Design Within Reach will move to a new mega-store in the Westside Provisions District by early 2017.