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Atlanta is a hotbed for antiques, with trade-only and retail sources ranging from dusty markets to pedigreed showrooms. Five designers give their takes on where to find the best old pieces in town and how to keep the look fresh and never fusty.
Star designer Elizabeth Ingram, known for creating stylish restaurant interiors, helped chef and Food Network personality Alton Brown design his Marietta loft. Then she married him and moved in.
A velvet Ikat fabric that Kristin Kong discovered at the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul became the catalyst for her Atlanta dining room. “I’ve always loved green and knew I would build a room around it,” says the interior designer. “It’s now my favorite room of the house.”
In his new book, designer Vern Yip doles out tips and inspiration from his ski house in Park City.
A trip to Palm Springs, California, inspired interior designer Susie Prince and her husband, Victor, to reinterpret midcentury-modern for their 1960s kitchen in Chamblee. White appliances with wood? Right on.
That a 1980s contemporary house in Buckhead would be renovated instead of razed is notable, perhaps signaling a growing enthusiasm for the style in the city. It was with that energy that Atlanta Magazine’s HOME displayed its second annual Modern Style showhouse in June, joining in on the reimagination of a contemporary gem.
Architectural details don’t have to be original to the home. Design blogger Kristin Jackson added molding, bookshelves, and a faux fireplace to a spare room in her 1950s ranch in Smyrna, transforming it into a library-like salon.
Michael Ladisic of Ladisic Fine Homes Inc. shares five things to know about the popular metal-frame windows.
When Andrea and Jerry Freeman found an empty lot in Roswell overlooking the Chattahoochee River, they got their opportunity to give suburban living their own twist. The goal: build a modern but warm sanctuary embracing the wooded surroundings.
As the nerve center for entertaining, a versatile butler’s pantry is invaluable—whether or not you have a butler. Interior designer Virginia Cheek planned this Candler Park house’s butler’s pantry to excel in both looks and function.