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The philosophy behind the show: Upscale design is within everyone’s reach; the secret is knowing where to splurge and where to save.
“Like stone and wood, metal is a material I feel should be incorporated into every project,” says interior designer Michael Habachy. For this Tuxedo Park house, a 25-foot-tall fireplace clad in steel gives the great room a dramatic focal point.
Top designers from across the state were honored December 1 at the inaugural Georgia Design Awards Gala, produced by Atlanta magazine and Atlanta Magazine’s HOME. The event, held at the Starling in Midtown, brought together all segments of the design community—architecture, interior design, homebuilding, remodeling, and landscape design—to recognize excellence and highlight outstanding residential and commercial projects.
For obvious reasons, the last couple of years have seen a boom in home entertaining. Many Atlantans have gotten especially creative with their basements, installing bunk rooms, game tables, home gyms, wine rooms, even entire kitchens. Here, two families take different approaches to decorating their terrace levels—one going dark and cozy, the other light and bright. Both make for inviting places to hang out.
How the Asian American Pacific Islander Design Alliance is advocating for more inclusivity in the interior design industry
Founded in 2021, the Asian American Pacific Islander Design Alliance engages, promotes, and empowers Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders working within the home and design industries. We talked with Jessica Davis, co-founder and owner of Atlanta-based Atelier Davis (who was also just named to Elle Decor’s A-List for 2022) about how AAPIDA came to be.
A touch of pink on the bolster pillow and in the painting above her bed inspired interior designer Courtney Moss to wrap her bedroom in rosy tones.
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.