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McLemore’s unique natural setting atop Lookout Mountain isn’t just for golfers

Scenic Land Company purchased Northwest Georgia’s former Canyon Ridge Golf Club in 2018 and rechristened it McLemore. Now, its master plan calls for several hundred homes to be built in some half dozen neighborhoods, with settings ranging from forests and canyons to golf course views.

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Room envy

A bay window becomes a custom banquette and creates a cozy place for meals and homework

Interior designer Whitney Durham designed this banquette to tuck into a window’s existing angles.
Historic references and a modern sensibility influence this Midtown home in equal measure

Historic references and a modern sensibility influence this Midtown home

With its location in a historic Midtown neighborhood and an original granite wall around the property, this white brick home fools some people into asking if it’s a renovation, and that pleases architect Jeffrey Bruce Baker. “That question is music to my ears since the house is 100 percent new construction,” he says.
Outdoor Oasis

A custom shelter helped turn this Gainesville pool into an outdoor oasis

Inspired by cabanas at beach hotels, Angela Blehm designed this custom shelter for her family’s Gainesville pool.
Atlanta philanthropist Susan Been and designer Bob Brown create a luxurious escape in Manhattan

Atlanta philanthropist Susan Been and designer Bob Brown create a luxurious escape in Manhattan

The New York pied-a-terre Susan Been bought as a getaway from Atlanta is all about magnificent views and a central location for exploring the city. Here's how the interior design came together.
Landscape designer Brandy Hall helps homeowners tap their yards’ own natural resources

This landscape designer helps homeowners turn their yards into self-sustaining ecosystems

Landscape designer Brandy Hall is an advocate of permaculture, a science that integrates human activities into natural surroundings to establish ecosystems that are self-sustaining. In other words, she believes your yard should take care of itself.
Tracy Murrell

Tracy Murrell’s collages explore the beauty and grace of Black women around the world

An avid student of contemporary art, Tracy Murrell made it her career after first working in nonprofits and music marketing. But looking back on her childhood in Biloxi, she realizes the draw was perhaps inevitable.
Home office design

Remote Renaissance: Designers share advice for creating serene at-home workspaces

At least some virtual work is likely to become permanent, so it’s more important than ever to create a workspace at home. We spoke with four designers who shared tips on how you can get started.
A designer’s family home channels the easy-going vibe of her favorite beach towns

A designer’s Marietta home channels the easy-going vibe of her favorite beach towns

Marietta may be hundreds of miles from any beach, but a coastal vibe washes over every room at Jamie Krywicki Wilson’s house, about a mile from the historic square.
Room Envy

Room Envy: This burnt orange bedroom stands out

How interior-design and lifestyle blogger Jess Cathell put together her master bedroom
Bobo Intriguing Objects retail shop

Beloved Atlanta furnishings line Bobo Intriguing Objects opens its first retail location

Mark Sage's shop offers antiques, Bobo’s own line, and decor from small brands around the world.

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Historic references and a modern sensibility influence this Midtown home

With its location in a historic Midtown neighborhood and an original granite wall around the property, this white brick home fools some people into asking if it’s a renovation, and that pleases architect Jeffrey Bruce Baker. “That question is music to my ears since the house is 100 percent new construction,” he says.

Market to Table

Miller Union chef Steven Satterfield‘s cookbook is called Root to Leaf: A Southern Chef Cooks Through the Seasons—and that’s precisely what he’s doing for Atlanta Magazine’s HOME in a series of videos. Satterfield’s cookbook is divided by season, and he offers recipes that are based on the bounty of each season.

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