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Ann Wisniewski

Ann Wisniewski

"I like simplicity and quiet," says says Ann Wisniewski, who launched her design firm with her architect husband 20 years ago. "This house has such clean lines," she says, "so that's a great start."
Brendan Butler

Brendan Butler

Landscape designer, artist and craftsman Brendan Butler had been designing and building modern gardens in Atlanta since 1996.
Beth Kooby

Beth Kooby

Beth Kooby kept the color palette in the second-floor master suite simple in black and white—but that doesn’t mean it’s short on drama.
Julie Dewald and Sandra Pawliger

Julie Dewald and Sandra Pawliger

Julie Dewald and Sandra Pawliger, the retail market manager and a design associate a brand liason for Room & Board, respectively, created a relaxing roofdeck space for 715 Ralph McGill.

Cameron Watkins

Landscape designer Cameron Watkins created stunning arrangements for the interior spaces and patios in 715 Ralph McGill, including a living wall in the master bath, and a green retreat on the second floor balcony.
Jenna Buck Gross

Jenna Buck Gross

"I'm certainly not afraid of pattern!" exclaims Jenna Buck Gross. Nor is she afraid of color, hence the name of her Decatur-based firm: Colordrunk.
James Wheeler

James Wheeler

Like many powder rooms, this one started with the tile. Unlike most powder rooms, this one's designer conceived of that tile himself.
Vickie Kirbo

Vickie Kirbo

Style consultant and Atlanta native Vickie Kirbo spruced up the master closets with clothes, bags, and accessories from Tootsies and her own collection. She shops and styles looks for her clients, organizes closets, and runs a fashion blog, Kirb Your Style.
Julie Witzel

Julie Witzel

Julie Witzel worked as a botanist at California State University in Los Angeles before becoming an interior designer, but the career switch doesn't mean she's left her love of nature behind.
Justin Q. Williams

Justin Q. Williams

Since the house already features two bedrooms, Justin Williams decided to transform the third bedroom into a home office.

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