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Hudson Grace

First Look: Two new home decor stores open at Westside Provisions District

Both Hudson Grace and Serena & Lily are Bay Area transplants with a casual-cool vibe, and both have landed their first locations in the Southeast.
Roche Bobois & Mimi Plange

Fashion designer Mimi Plange creates exclusive Atlanta furniture collection for Roche Bobois

Roche Bobois and fashion designer Mimi Plange team up to create a one-time furniture collection benefiting Horizons Atlanta. “Our design sensibilities are in line with each other,” says Plange. “Theirs is modernist but at the same time colorful and fresh, and they take chances. That’s the way we approach our brand.”
Ally Kim

Savoir faire: A Francophile’s Buckhead home reflects a world of travels

“Paris is always a good idea” Audrey Hepburn famously said in the movie Sabrina, and Ally Kim must have been channeling that philosophy when she launched her circa-2009 blog, From the Right Bank. A year later, Ally brought her popular blog with her to Atlanta, where her love for French antiques and modern style merged harmoni­ously in a traditional Buckhead house.
Matthew Quinn

Matthew Quinn is Atlanta’s king of kitchens

Matthew Quinn, co-owner and principal/designer of ADAC’s Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio, has built an international reputation—winning virtually every industry award. We wanted to find out more about this hometown superstar, so we tracked him down for some serious and not-so-serious questions.
Shagreen

Art Deco favorite Shagreen makes yet another comeback

Shagreen is a pebbled leather traditionally made from rayfish skin, though it can also come from shark or dogfish. The subtle texture of the hide creates an exotic surface when applied to furniture or accessories.
Barbara Westbrook

What’s inspiring designer Barbara Westbrook right now

“I didn’t really have a particular room in mind. I was just thinking of summer. I never use chintz, but I love hand-blocked florals like the ones by Galbraith & Paul."
Otomi lamp

6 things to know about Otomi embroidery

Could Otomi become the next ikat? Although it’s unlikely that the fanciful Mexican prints could grow as popular as the versatile geometric patterns, last fall Vogue suggested Otomi might be the “next textile trend to watch.”

Fashion and design greats visit Atlanta this week for SCADstyle

This week, Atlanta welcomes some big-name fashion and design visionaries. Today through Thursday, SCAD will host the 11th annual SCADstyle—a weeklong event of panels, talks, and presentations at the art college’s campuses in Atlanta, Savannah, and Hong Kong. Events are free and open to the public.

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