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Best of Atlanta 2018: Style & Design
The best of Atlanta's style and design in 2018, including best luxury store, retail store, children's clothing, gift shop, botanical inspiration, and more.
This Buckhead church building was converted into a bright family home
The site was once owned by Joseph Mitchell, the last living heir to Gone With the Wind scribe Margaret Mitchell. Upon his death, he donated it to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. The church spent two years scrapping the existing house and building a residential-style events space for its prelate archbishop. However, a front-page story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about plans for the $2.2 million residence helped touch off sharp criticism from parishioners.
New Digs: Huff Harrington Home
This year Ann Huff and Meg Harrington celebrated the fifth anniversary of their home furnishings shop (and 10th anniversary of their nearby contemporary art gallery) by moving into a new, even airier and brighter 5,000-square-foot store on Roswell Road.
11 bright beach bag essentials
Pack up these colorful swimsuits, accessories, sunglasses, and more for your next trip to the beach, the lake, or pool.
Now trending: Marbled patterns
How the marbled trend is incorporated into chairs, pillows, fabric, lamps, and more.
The Love List: Fancy Thanksgiving feast
A few years ago, my sister and I took it upon ourselves to host a family Thanksgiving. The occasion presented a variety of challenges, not least of which was her aversion to gluten.
Everything you need to know about foutas
Foutas have become a customer favorite at Huff Harrington Home. Created as desert wraps in countries around the Mediterranean Sea, foutas are all cotton and machine washable. Their generous size and light texture make them appropriate for myriad uses.
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.