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Roy Otwell, cofounder of the contemporary home furnishings and furniture haven Switch Modern, takes us through his favorite current trends from colors to lighting.
Jonathan Adler’s sphere of influence doesn’t stop at his international empire of boutiques. Adler’s big-name collaborations range from Lacoste to Kohler, Tumi to TOMS, Formica to Fisher-Price. Now, his debut collection of roller shades for the Shade Store embraces his signature retro motifs.
The site was once owned by Joseph Mitchell, the last living heir to Gone With the Wind scribe Margaret Mitchell. Upon his death, he donated it to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. The church spent two years scrapping the existing house and building a residential-style events space for its prelate archbishop. However, a front-page story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about plans for the $2.2 million residence helped touch off sharp criticism from parishioners.
Owner of award-winning Terracotta Design/Build, architect Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson appreciated the potential of the townhouse’s 12-foot-tall ceilings and many windows. “I was able to check all the boxes: charming neighborhood, good schools, close to work, no landscaping to worry about, and a lot of volume inside.”
The stretch of Buckhead from Peachtree Hills Avenue to West Paces Ferry may be best known for its high-end fashion boutiques, but there are also many great home stores, from longstanding favorites like Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts and Pieces to budget finds like Nadeau.
Ferragamo launches its first-ever MTO driving moc, new yoga studios open in Buckhead, Crown & Caliber watches come to Neiman Marcus, and more
The pop-up shop by local style maven and blogger Mandy Kellogg Rye, author of Waiting on Martha, is back for the summer at Shops Around Lenox
In town to open his new Buckhead Atlanta store, the ceramicist and designer dishes on today's trends and why everyone needs a dash of vulgarity.
The 1980s-era house Jenna Buck Gross and her husband, Caleb, purchased in Decatur didn’t quite have the architectural charm of older bungalows on the street, so they gave it a two-part makeover: First, tear down some walls, add molding, and redo the floors and kitchen; then make the whole house come alive with color.
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