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Bobby Berk Home

Ikea? Check. Room & Board? Check. CB2? Check. And now Atlanta scores another of "Time Out New York's" Top Ten Big Home Stores: Bobby Berk Home. Through storefront windows, pops of the retailer's trademark orange entice shoppers inside the two-story, industrial space.

Huff Harrington Home

If your bucket list includes shopping in Provence with Ann Huff and Meg Harrington, the art dealers–cum–tour guides whose eponymous gallery is just off Roswell Road, now all you have to do is drive over to West Paces Ferry.


If Phipps Plaza newcomer Arhaus sold clothing instead of furniture, it would be Anthropologie.

Hot Shop: Nandina

Nowhere in the city will you find a greater architectural range than in Inman Park—where homes vary from grand Victorian mansions to mid-rise condos. The contrast doesn’t faze Nandina Home & Design, a home furnishings store and interior design studio that opened in the neighborhood last year.

Hot Shop: The Foundry

It’s the end of the world as we knew it, and it feels fine. Several years ago, World of Rugs started carrying home furnishings. Last year it added a custom design center and accessories.

Hot Shop: CB2

Crate and Barrel’s younger, hipper sibling, CB2, has opened an 8,000-square-foot retail store at the new 12th & Midtown building. The brand chose Atlanta because the metro area is already one of the national chain’s largest markets for online and catalog sales.

Made in Atlanta: Inspired Alliance

For anyone decorating on a budget, celebrity designer Suzanne Kasler’s new partnership with Ballard Designs is the most exciting news since Liberty of London teamed up with Target. Of course, Kasler’s graceful, muted style is the polar opposite of Liberty’s vibrant florals.

Made in Atlanta: Shiner

Light fixtures made from corrugated cardboard, birch sconces made of lumber scraps, a curved desk of black walnut remnants, and a chair with elliptical rockers inspired by a wrecked motorcycle wheel comprise Joe Manus’s modern-cum-rustic furniture collection.

New Digs: Simply Home

Designer Jill Merkle’s new store, Simply Home, is as suffused with sunlight as a Carl Larsson watercolor. And, as in the Swedish artist’s idyllic domestic scenes, the star attraction is painted furniture. But the similarities stop there.

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