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Room envy: This Brookhaven bedroom has the wow factor of a fancy hotel

Amanda Watkins and Dan Barracliff travel often, staying in swanky hotels when they can. Their challenge to interior designer Lindsey Hene: Give the guest bedroom of their Brookhaven townhome the wow factor of a destination like Asheville’s Grand Bohemian or a W Hotel.

Repurposed Artifacts: The Nicholson Gallery

If you can put a piece of glass or marble on top of an industrial artifact, Martha Nicholson has turned it into a table—pigeon coops, sewing tables, gears, cogs.

Contemporary Classics: Switch Modern

You’ll never find a knockoff here. This is as close as Atlanta gets to Milan, with iconic modern brands like Flexform, Edra, and Poliform.

Local Furniture Store: Stanton Home Furnishings

In August, Stanton expanded next door, and it now sprawls over nearly 14,000 square feet. Light fixtures—geometric, modern, industrial—and upholstered armchairs are particular strengths, though owner Jimmy Stanton has always had a knack for accessories of the moment.

Affordable Contemporary Furniture: Room & Board

nformed by design movements such as Shaker, arts and crafts, Bauhaus, Scandi­navian, and midcentury modern, Room & Board uses natural, sustainable materials.

Secret Designer Boutique: Missoni Home at Roche Bobois

Roche Bobois shows off sleek contemporary furniture and dazzling lighting at its impressive new showroom on Buckhead Avenue.

National Furniture Chain: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

MGBW has anchored the corner of East Paces Ferry and Peachtree roads in Buckhead’s good times and bad. Its stylish collections stay fresh with frequent updates yet remain consistently comfortable.

New Furniture Designs: Ligne Roset

Modern furniture stores can range from boring to ridiculous (only Salvador Dalí can get away with a red sofa made to resemble giant lips).

Glam Accessories: Jackson Charles Home

Maybe it’s owner Eddie Brumbaugh’s background in the fashion industry that makes her appreciate rich textures, from hide rugs to furry pillows to leather sofas.

Fine Linens: Peacock Alley Design Studio

Master of matelasse, soothing colors, and sumptuous textures, Peacock Alley opened a design studio here in March—one of only two signature stores in the nation.

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