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This Neel Reid-designed Ansley Park home shows how delightful architecture can be

Of the many houses that have influenced architect Linda MacArthur, a circa-1921 Neel Reid home in Ansley Park stands out. “Being from a neighborhood where all of the houses were built in the same style at the same time, it was amazing,” she says. “It taught me a lot about how delightful architecture can be.”

Why the butler’s pantry is back—even if you don’t have a butler

As the nerve center for entertaining, a versatile butler’s pantry is invaluable—whether or not you have a butler. Interior designer Virginia Cheek planned this Candler Park house’s butler’s pantry to excel in both looks and function.
New England-style exterior

This sprawling Buckhead property was transformed into an artful showpiece for modern living

When John and Greer Tirrill discovered a 1930s Buckhead estate by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, they saw its beautiful bones and transformed it into a livable home that paid homage to its history and worked for modern living.

Confessions of a yardworkaholic

A few summers ago, as my family pulled into our Kirkwood driveway after a vacation, my yardwork addiction hit a low point. Before unloading a single boogie board or sand-dusted chair, I scurried into our front yard and yanked out a few weeds. I couldn’t stand their presence another second.
Reuben Casserole

4 Midwestern comfort food and drink recipes perfect for euchre night

Local designers Hillary Mancini of Peace Design, Jill and Steve McKenzie, and Alison Weidner of outdoor furnishings shop AuthenTEAK get together every other month for game night. Here are the Midwestern comfort food recipes they use when they meet.
Kitchen renovation: Gina Sims

Three local kitchen renovations, from a minor face-lift to a major overhaul

Looking for redesign inspiration for your kitchen? Here are three Atlanta kitchens that got either a small touch-up or a complete overhaul (and none of them are white).
Lindsey Hene Milton home

This airy family home in Milton exudes resort vibes year-round

Anytime weather permits, the steel doors are open at Rachel Milling’s Milton house. Inside and outside are fluid here, with the resort-like pool, porch, living room, kitchen, and breakfast room all flowing together.
Zipporah Camille Thompson

Zipporah Camille Thompson uses textiles to create cosmic connections

“I find embracing so-called women’s work to be very cathartic and meditative,” says Zipporah Camille Thompson. “I’m creating my own narrative, while embracing the narrative of those matriarchs who came before and used their hands to create things.”
Growing older

Growing older has me trading bar carts for tea sets—and I’m perfectly okay with that

One thing I’ve learned is that with age comes the wisdom to know that trends will come and go, but classic design will never go out of style.
Honeycomb Studio Clay Shop Atlanta

Honeycomb Studio will open a studio and ceramics shop, Clay Shop, this fall

Honeycomb Studio is expanding into a larger space after working out of a 700-square-foot space for the past three years.
Laura Walker Baird and Paul Baird (Verde Home) house

How Verde Home’s co-owners created their cozy nest in Morningside

It’s no wonder interior designer Laura Walker Baird and her husband, rug guru Paul Baird (owners of Verde Home) have a “groovy ranch” in Morningside with a collection of new and old, custom and shoppable.

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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This Neel Reid-designed Ansley Park home shows how delightful architecture can be

Of the many houses that have influenced architect Linda MacArthur, a circa-1921 Neel Reid home in Ansley Park stands out. “Being from a neighborhood where all of the houses were built in the same style at the same time, it was amazing,” she says. “It taught me a lot about how delightful architecture can be.”

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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