Over the past year, we’ve discovered what our pets have known all along: home isn’t just a place to return to at the end of the day, but the ultimate destination. With remote work as the new norm, our homes have assumed an even bigger role in our lives, shifting to adjust to our changing needs yet never relinquishing its title as our greatest personal sanctuary.
As one of North America’s largest homebuilders, Empire Communities understands the importance of creating unique home environments. With eight communities across metro Atlanta and three in nearby Alpharetta, Empire launched their inaugural issue of Everyday Beautiful magazine with the goal of inspiring homeowners to create personalized spaces that reflect the values that matter most—and show how easy it can be to achieve the home they’ve always wanted.
Filled with curated stories for the modern dweller, Empire’s decor and lifestyle magazine takes a holistic approach to the home with an array of topics that include interior design, recipes, and trends, as well as homeowner and artist interviews.
Those looking to rethink their space will find endless design inspiration with articles on design risks worth taking, style treatments for ceilings and walls, a guide to choosing the right lighting for your home, tips for styling open shelving, and more. The issue also includes advice from Empire’s own in-house team of design experts, a downloadable home decorating guide, and countless images of Empire’s professionally designed model homes at 4Forty4 and The Swift in metro Atlanta, as well as their Halcyon, Harlow, and Larkspur communities in Alpharetta.
With all the extra time we’re spending at home, there’s never been a better time to try something new in the kitchen—whether it be putting your chef’s hat on to cook up Julia Kesler of Atlanta’s Stop Think Chew’s creamy hummus recipe, or trying your hand at bartending with a bubbly and refreshing spring cocktail recipe by local mixologist Demario Wallace.
Everyday Beautiful also nods to Empire’s appreciation for their homeowners and their understanding that the communities they build should be tasteful additions to the neighborhoods they’re in. An interview with Kayleen Scott—a local Atlanta artist and the creator behind the bold new mural at Empire’s Paintbox community in Kirkwood—offers insight into her creative process and why she enjoys calling Intown Atlanta home. And in nearby Grant Park/Boulevard Heights, homeowner Kirk Brown shares why he and his family love living in Empire’s Swift community, and gives readers a look inside his family’s boho- and Scandinavian-inspired home.
And just as Empire’s magazine inspires homeowners to achieve the space they’ve always wanted, their communities inspire homebuyers to live the life they’ve always imagined. With eight communities now selling across Intown Atlanta from the low $300’s—including 4Forty4 in Old Fourth Ward; Albright in Vinings; Buckley and Dalston in Buckhead; Crosby in West Midtown; Lovetree in Summerhill; Paintbox in Kirkwood and The Swift in Grant Park/Boulevard Heights—homebuyers have access to a modern collection of homes with the latest in designer features and finishes. All of Empire’s Intown communities are well-connected with easy access to transit, and some communities just minutes from existing and future BeltLine trails and local hot spots, including Ponce City Market and the Westside Provisions District.
Visit any of Empire’s sales centers across metro Atlanta to pick up your free copy of Everyday Beautiful, or click here to request a free digital or hard copy of the magazine mailed directly to you.
Empire is one of the most trusted homebuilders in North America, with established communities in the metro Atlanta area; Houston, Austin and San Antonio, Texas; and Toronto, Ontario, Canada. With more than 22,000 homes and condos to their name, Empire’s strong understanding of what makes a new community thrive and the importance of a well-built home with purposeful design and comfortable luxury is what sets them apart.
For more information on Empire Communities, visit empirecommunities.com.