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Atlanta Magazine’s HOME and Atlanta magazine are pleased to introduce the Georgia Design Awards. These awards are the first of their kind—bringing together all segments of the interior design, architecture, construction, and landscape design communities to showcase the best work and brightest talent across the state of Georgia.
New York-based TOV Furniture debuted the Voice Collection—which features designs by prominent Black designers, including Atlantans Erika Ward and Justin Q. Williams—at High Point’s spring market in April.
Rather than starting from scratch with a custom house, the contemporary-loving owners of this traditional Brookhaven home opted for a modern makeover.
“I get a lot of inspiration from commercial projects,” says interior designer Carole Carter Malloy. “I’m drawn to masculine textures like brick, steel, glass, and wood.” So, when she was finishing her raw-space apartment on the 15th floor of the St. Regis in 2018, she kept coming back to places like Ponce City Market, Barcelona Wine Bar, and Sid and Ann Mashburn’s stores.
Interior designer Tanya Lacourse filled this home office with all of the homeowner's favorite things.
Looking for clues about her new clients, interior designer Shelby Adamson noticed some artful coffee-table books, a craftsman-built dining table, and some Jonathan Adler accessories in their Midtown home—all good signs they were on the same page.
We asked a few experts during last month's winter market to share the top design trends they spotted for the coming year.
When your client is 6’2” and a professional real-estate developer, you’re going to supersize some things. Along the way, Matt Teague’s ’90s-era Underwood Hills house was transformed into a modern industrial space with a “warm Southern twist,” says interior designer Gina Sims.
Inspired by a trip to Morocco, interior designer Chris Hutcheson designed a freestanding pavilion for her Smyrna client. “It’s the epitome of a staycation spot for entertaining but cozy enough for ‘work from home,’” says Hutcheson.
Tennessee and North Carolina have always offered fun, drivable getaways for Atlantans. For design enthusiasts, Nashville and High Point now offer new reasons to visit.