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A creative couple puts their own whimsical spin on an East Atlanta cottage

A creative couple puts their own whimsical spin on an East Atlanta cottage

If Megan and Austin Sirkin’s house looks like it could be in a Wes Anderson film—with its saturated color palette and vintage interior design—that’s not an accident. “I think we ended up with something of a cross between Hayao Miyazaki and Wes Anderson, which is pretty much perfect for us,” says Megan, referring to the Japanese animator and American filmmaker, respectively. “Warm and inviting, from some ambiguous time in the past, and full of charming little moments of joy.”
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Room Envy: A serene home office meant to be seen

When a home office is visible from the front door, it gets special treatment, says interior designer Michelle Doughtie of Schilling & Co.
Room Envy: A teen bedroom that's both trendy and timeless

Room Envy: A teen bedroom that’s both trendy and timeless

Cleverly straddling the line between trendy and lasting design, Tami Ramsay of Cloth & Kind, based in Athens, created this teenager’s bedroom to look good today and years from now.
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Room Envy: A relaxed dining room in West End

“Low seating feels more relaxed than traditional seating,” says Palmer Schallon, who built the furniture in this dining room. He and his wife, Melissa—both set decorators in the film industry—recently moved to this West End home from Los Angeles.
Room Envy: A soft and serene home office

Room Envy: A soft and serene home office

Keeping it simple but elegant, interior designer Shawn Amtower relied on two winning surfaces for this soft and serene office: white oak and gold/brass tone.
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Room Envy: Statement art and floor-to-ceiling windows elevate this Buckhead high-rise

“We focused the design of this living room around a special commission of Marilyn Monroe by Atlanta artist Steve Penley,” says interior designer Gabriela Eisenhart. Homeowner Jessica Alexander loves the way Penley painted the movie star, as it reminds her of her mom, whom she lost as a child.
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Saturated color and meaningful art add soul to this Grove Park abode

When interior designer Amber Guyton first visited Shanelle Walker’s Grove Park home, she noticed lots of art propped up against the walls—but that didn’t surprise her. “My client, Shanelle, is a woman of many talents,” says Guyton. Walker is a freelancer in Atlanta’s booming TV/movie industry and owner of the local apparel line Freedom Company, a brand “rooted in Black Empowerment and Love.” She’s also a writer, an activist, and a podcaster. Guyton says, “Her home is the core of all this creativity. She wanted it to be a place where ‘Dreams Don’t Sleep.’”
Bodacious colors liven up this Reynoldstown loft kitchen

Bodacious colors liven up this Reynoldstown loft kitchen

When your client owns more than 100 plants as well as a colorful yoga studio, boring colors are not an option. The client is Shelley Carroll, owner of Dancing Dogs Yoga on the BeltLine; and the designer is Leah Alexander, who took a yoga class that eventually led to her redecorating Shelley’s Reynoldstown loft.
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Room Envy: A beachy retreat in Buckhead

This retreat channels both Florida’s Palm Beach and the French Riviera, although it belongs to a family home in Buckhead.
Forget cold cubicles, this commercial space has the charm of a personal residence

Forget cold cubicles, this Atlanta office space looks more like home

Since our homes often serve as offices these days, it makes sense that on the flip side, workplaces could benefit from looking homey. At this Glenwood Park office space for wealth management firm Elwood & Goetz, the leadership team (mostly women) hired Lathem Gordon and Cate Dunning of GordonDunning interior design to bring their signature layers of beauty—the kind usually found in a house.

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