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Where—and how—Atlantans want to live now

The pandemic changed everything. We've never thought more about how and where we want to live—and how we can make room for everyone. What are the options now in metro Atlanta?
Life under the elm

My house is not my home. It’s built on my home.

After a year of being stuck at home, I finally realized where home really is.
High-end finishes transform a Kennesaw build into a designer showpiece

High-end finishes transform a Kennesaw build into a designer showpiece

“It looks like every other house on the street from outside,” says the interior designer. “But when you walk in, it’s not. Defining the spaces as individual and special, while still being connected, was a wonderful challenge.”
Tom Williams

Atlanta sculptor Tom Williams remains loyal to his imagination

Reddish brown sawdust blankets every surface in sculptor Tom Williams’s home studio in Chamblee. Drawers brim with dozens of carving tools—collected during his 50-year career as a working artist.
Carole Carter Malloy

French goes Modern: How interior designer Carole Carter Malloy designed her Atlanta condo

“I get a lot of inspiration from commercial projects,” says interior designer Carole Carter Malloy. “I’m drawn to masculine textures like brick, steel, glass, and wood.” So, when she was finishing her raw-space apartment on the 15th floor of the St. Regis in 2018, she kept coming back to places like Ponce City Market, Barcelona Wine Bar, and Sid and Ann Mashburn’s stores.
Plants are the new pets

Houseplants are the new pets. Here’s where to buy them in Atlanta.

Houseplants aren’t merely decorative—they’re good for your health, too. Here's a few shops around Atlanta where you can buy houseplants.
Growing ginger in Georgia

Ginger? Snap! Here’s how to grow it easily in Georgia

As Georgia’s weather starts its spring ascent toward another sweltering summer, it’s time to plant ginger. Here's how to grow it so that it'll be ready for fall pie season.
Room Envy

Room Envy: This home office combines greenery, gold, and midcentury design

Interior designer Tanya Lacourse filled this home office with all of the homeowner's favorite things.
Bold design choices and eye-catching accessories transform a Midtown duplex

Bold design choices and eye-catching accessories transform a Midtown duplex

Looking for clues about her new clients, interior designer Shelby Adamson noticed some artful coffee-table books, a craftsman-built dining table, and some Jonathan Adler accessories in their Midtown home—all good signs they were on the same page.
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What are 2022’s home decor trends? 7 top looks from Americasmart experts

We asked a few experts during last month's winter market to share the top design trends they spotted for the coming year.
Why you should grow mint in the winter in Georgia

The kudzu of herbs: Why you should grow mint during the winter in Georgia

Winter has driven most plants to death or dormancy, but no Deep South freeze is bad enough to kill mint, the kudzu of herbs—and the gardening slack season is as good a time as any to start growing.

Clever finishes give this woodsy Underwood Hills house instant character

When your client is 6’2” and a professional real-estate developer, you’re going to supersize some things. Along the way, Matt Teague’s ’90s-era Underwood Hills house was transformed into a modern industrial space with a “warm Southern twist,” says interior designer Gina Sims.

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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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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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