Atlanta Magazine’s HOME is a quarterly home-and-garden publication dedicated to life in the South’s capital city. We cover design, architecture, art, gardening, home furnishings, and real estate. We also tap our parent magazine’s heritage of storytelling to provide a rich perspective on our region. AMH is not just about decorating a house, it’s about being at home.
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Room Envy: A playful, polka-dotted attic in Brookwood Hills
“Sometimes the smallest, unexpected spaces are the most fun to work with,” says interior designer Lee Kleinhelter, who transformed an attic space in Brookwood Hills into a memorable multipurpose room.
Francie Lowman’s home furnishings are feminine, sustainable, and built to last
Curved lines, interesting textures, and playful scale—chances are, you’ve seen furniture designer Francie Lowman’s work at stores like Anthropologie, Interior Define, or Urban Outfitters. With her own brand, Mangata Experience, which she launched in 2020, she is looking to break down gender norms around carpentry and redefine what it means to be sustainable in furniture design.
On the fence about seeds? Go ahead and start planting them indoors
Marigolds are a good pick for Georgia’s spring and summer. If the plant is destined for a pot, pick a short variety. Otherwise, pick any variety. They come in orange and yellow, from big and puffy to tiny and dainty.
Room Envy: Part home office, part library, and all function and style
Part home office, part library, this multi-purpose room in an Oak Grove house serves the whole family from morning to night. Thanks to interior designer Trish Roe with the Georgian Goose, it’s both functional and stylish.
Room Envy: A new home with a “granny chic” bathroom
This Cumming house may be new, but designer Lisa Gabrielson gave it a “granny chic” look, notably in this primary suite bathroom. “We went for a restful approach, with muted colors and materials like you’d find in an old farmhouse,” she says.
Bring Your Home to Life with Biophilic Design
Maintaining a connection with nature and its natural beauty is a design trend we can all appreciate. Biophilic design elements have a positive impact on our mood and state of mind. Fortunately, incorporating nature into home designs has never been easier as biophilic trends take hold.
House Envy: Historic elegance and a Midtown skyline make this Ansley Park mansion twice as nice
With its classic architecture and enviable location among the Midtown skyscrapers, this circa-1910 house for sale in Ansley Park epitomizes the best of old and new Atlanta.
Toll Brothers Announces New Luxury Townhome Community Coming Soon to Avondale Estates, Georgia
Toll Brothers, Inc, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, announced its newest luxury townhome community, Henley by Toll Brothers, is anticipated to open in the summer of 2023. Henley by Toll Brothers will offer modern low-maintenance townhomes with two-car garages conveniently located in Avondale Estates, Georgia.
House Envy: This stunning Stacks loft graced a magazine cover; now it’s on the market for $950K
This quintessential downtown Atlanta condo is so chic it was on the cover of House Beautiful, and also featured in People magazine and on HGTV. The new $950,000 listing in the Stacks has quite a list of features, as if someone spun a list of attributes—Wheel of Fortune style—to come up with every gorgeous trait anyone could want in a loft: 20-foot ceilings, custom oak cabinets and bookcases, floor-to-ceiling windows, stylish light fixtures, hardware from Paris, and an exposed-brick wall—then put it all in the hands of interior designer Alison Victoria, best known as a designer on the HGTV show Windy City Rehab.
An unexpected garden room in the heart of Buckhead high-rises
Most high-rise homeowners covet top floors for city views, but this couple chose the ground level in order to create a lush courtyard surrounded by Buckhead’s skyline. Interior designer Bill Musso and his husband, Bryan Cooke, saw a concrete slab sometimes littered with debris and imagined possibilities. With the help of garden designer Alex Smith, they now enjoy an extra 3,200 square feet of outdoor living space, including nine trees.
Clever remodeling and swanky interior design unite in this glam Buckhead condo
As a vascular surgeon, Dr. Olamide Alabi might get paged at 2 a.m. and then come home hours later exhausted, so her Buckhead condo needed to be a sanctuary that works as hard as she does: Guest quarters are separated from her bedroom so visitors are not disturbed, the efficient kitchen is ready for entertaining when she’s not on call—and, most importantly, the open floorplan and incredible views of the city keep her going strong.
Room Envy: The Candler Hotel’s lobby is a marble masterpiece
The marble lobby in downtown’s Candler Hotel exudes Beaux-Arts glamour like nothing else in Atlanta. Built by Coca-Cola magnate Asa Candler as an office building in 1906, the property was remodeled into a luxury hotel in 2019.
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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.