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Interior designer Whitney Durham designed this banquette to tuck into a window’s existing angles.
This lively breakfast room addition by Atlanta architect Norman Askins and interior designer/author James Farmer fits nicely in a 19th-century house.
With a Roswell warehouse and an AmericasMart showroom, Atlanta was the obvious choice for the brand’s first kitchenware boutique, which also stocks a curated selection of cookbooks, accessories, and imported food products.
Looking for redesign inspiration for your kitchen? Here are three Atlanta kitchens that got either a small touch-up or a complete overhaul (and none of them are white).
As architecture and furnishings have gotten the throwback treatment, so have appliances. One hot manufacturer, Colorado-based Big Chill, dreams up stylish, ’50s-inspired ranges, hoods, dishwashers, and, yes, refrigerators.
The iconic KitchenAid stand mixer, introduced in 1919, is the single most popular item on bridal registries. Here are some fun facts about the beloved appliance.
In the heart of Buckhead’s haute revival, high-end boutiques are now mixed with plumbing suppliers—where clients are offered the highest level of personal attention, quality refreshments, and customization.
In May, Porsche opened its $100 million Experience Center in Hapeville—the company’s largest investment ever outside of its headquarters in Germany. But another German company, kitchen cabinet maker Poggenpohl, has also brought the auto manufacturer’s state-of-the-art technology to metro Atlanta.
Though the number of brides registering for sterling flatware is smaller than it was in the past, millennials are finding new ways to utilize silver—mixing patterns and monograms, including it in casual table settings and picnics, and (don’t tell your grandmother) even embracing a little tarnish.
Michael Gibson’s silicone kitchen utensils are the ultimate marriage of form and function. In the kitchen, Gibson often found himself delegated to menial tasks like chopping, mincing, and slicing, so the perpetual inventor looked for ways to make prep easier.
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