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We rounded up the things that caught our eye, tickled our fancy, or sparked inspiration in 2019. Here’s your handy manual to the year in review, Atlanta design edition.
Honeycomb Studio is expanding into a larger space after working out of a 700-square-foot space for the past three years.
Where to shop in Atlanta now: Wearable art, essential oils, and Ponce City Market’s new DIY clothing boutique
Topstitch Studio and Lounge, Atlanta’s DIY dreammaker, has opened a new, 1,600-square-foot store inside Ponce City Market. Also check out the wearable-art trend at StudiOH, Shoppe!, a handprinted leather accessories line created by Atlanta abstract artist Courtney Burden.
In Denmark, the word hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) conjures up an abstract notion of coziness, harmony, intimacy, and togetherness. Danes live and die by this concept. It connotes a relaxed, mindful, egalitarian lifestyle—made easier with glowing candlelight, a steaming mug, and a snug throw.
With each piece shaped by hand or cast from an original mold, Honeycomb Studio ceramics radiate an elegant simplicity. Courtney Hamill introduces her first tabletop collection, seen first in Atlanta magazine.
The new permanent retail fixture on the second floor above West Elm will launch tonight with around 40 vendors—bringing clothing, jewelry, art, décor, even bikes.
It started with bud vases. But in just its second year, Courtney Hamill’s handmade ceramics line, Honeycomb Studio, has expanded into lighting. The Atlanta native works out of a backyard shed at her home on the Westside, sometimes sitting down at the wheel but more often making her porcelain vessels, holiday ornaments, turtledoves, antlers, and now three styles of lamp bases from original slip-cast molds.