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Taylor Burke Home shows off colorful styles at new showroom

Taylor Burke Home’s recently opened showroom displays the brand’s signature colorful style, from pink tufted ottomans to turquoise barrel chairs.
Miko + Boone Home

Hot new shop: Miko + Boone Home

The serene space in Roswell is packed with furniture, decorative objects, original art, and little luxuries.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Upholstered Seating: Stanton Home Furnishings

Whether you’re seeking the perfect wooden spool chair or a klismos chair with nailhead trim, this posh store will have you sitting pretty.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Affordable Furniture: Intaglia Home Collection

Since 1999, this locally owned store has offered a wide range of furniture and accessories in transitional styles that blend easily with any decor.
Room & Board

Made-in-the-USA: Room & Board

If election season has you in a patriotic mood, head to Room & Board, where more than 90 percent of the inventory is made right here in the States.
Bungalow Classic

Place to Furnish Your Whole House: Bungalow Classic

Bungalow was a game changer when it opened on Howell Mill Road, helping to launch the Westside Design District in 2000.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Glam Style: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Home Furnishings

No mainstream home furnishings brand quite captured 1960s-era Mad Men glamour better than MGBW.
Switch Modern

Real-deal Modern: Switch Modern

For more than a decade, owners Roy Otwell and Doug Henderson have helped Atlanta homeowners embrace modern designers like Minotti, Knoll, and Alessi—no easy task in a city that was once a bastion of traditional decor.
Homepolish

New Design Service: Homepolish

This New York–based service landed in Atlanta last year as an alternative to the industry’s traditional commission model, which can incentivize designers to select expensive products.
Restoration Hardware

Personal Endorsement: Restoration Hardware

I wrote my first story about Restoration Hardware in 1998, after it opened in Lenox Square. Admiring the Arts and Crafts–style casegoods, I realized how stupid I’d been to dismiss my grandparents’ Mission buffet as “old-fashioned.”

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