Hot shop: etúHome’s new take on old world kitchens

The new Buckhead kitchenware boutique also offers cookbooks, accessories, and imported food products

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Inside etúHome
Inside etúHome

Photograph courtesy of Inside etúHome

Remember that magical dinner you savored for hours around a farmhouse table in Tuscany? Me neither. But I’d like to. And that’s the feeling that the new Buckhead kitchenware boutique, etúHome, aims to inspire, according to founder Stacy Borocz. She launched her wholesale business about 15 years ago, starting with vintage finds and soon adding new serveware, tables, and cabinetry made in Hungary. Both wood and glass pieces are handcrafted from scavenged, recycled materials. “The only way to get the authentic old wood feel is from old wood,” says Borocz. And though pieces evoke antiques, most have modern accents—such as glass “Mason” jars color-blocked in white (from $85). With a Roswell warehouse and an AmericasMart showroom, Atlanta was the obvious choice for the brand’s first retail store, which also stocks a curated selection of cookbooks, accessories, and imported food products. Don’t miss the scented candles (from $56) arranged like an old-world apothecary. Shops Around Lenox, etuhome.com

etúHome glass dome
Glass dome, $175

Photograph courtesy of Inside etúHome

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