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An intentionally minimalist lake house allows this high-profile couple to hang out in one big room—with a gorgeous view all around.
Whether you call it downsizing, rightsizing, aging-in-place, or just retiring, more Baby Boomers are creating homes that will make life easier in future years. “What we’re seeing is people making a conscious decision before it’s too late to get their stuff in order,” says designer Beverly Baribault. “It’s the difference between having to do it and choosing to do it.”
July’s Atlanta Market at AmericasMart has come and gone, but Fall Design Week is just around the corner, September 20-22. So if you missed summer market – or if you prefer to shop at a slower pace – this is your chance to explore hundreds of home décor, gift and lifestyle showrooms across campus.
Layered paints, wallcoverings, fabrics, and art give this five-year-old Buckhead home a colorful, decorative persona.
Scenic Land Company purchased Northwest Georgia’s former Canyon Ridge Golf Club in 2018 and rechristened it McLemore. Now, its master plan calls for several hundred homes to be built in some half dozen neighborhoods, with settings ranging from forests and canyons to golf course views.
With its location in a historic Midtown neighborhood and an original granite wall around the property, this white brick home fools some people into asking if it’s a renovation, and that pleases architect Jeffrey Bruce Baker. “That question is music to my ears since the house is 100 percent new construction,” he says.
The New York pied-a-terre Susan Been bought as a getaway from Atlanta is all about magnificent views and a central location for exploring the city. Here's how the interior design came together.
Marietta may be hundreds of miles from any beach, but a coastal vibe washes over every room at Jamie Krywicki Wilson’s house, about a mile from the historic square.
Atlanta design legends Norman Askins and Susan Bozeman bring a bit of Paris to a historic Buckhead home
The classic architecture and curb appeal of this 1930s Mediterranean house in Buckhead caught the eye of a young couple who later updated the interior.
The house, on a leafy two-acre hill in Buckhead, was an early project by architect Jerry Cooper, cofounder of the noted Atlanta firm Cooper Carry. But it was due for some updates, which the Davises embarked on thoughtfully, keeping the original footprint and repurposing materials.