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Trend Watch: 5 high-style ways to modernize your home
Roy Otwell, cofounder of the contemporary home furnishings and furniture haven Switch Modern, takes us through his favorite current trends from colors to lighting.
Nelson Bubble Lamps feel as fresh today as they did more than 60 years ago
As enduring a modern icon as an Eames lounge chair, the Bubble Lamp series designed by George Nelson feels as fresh as it did when it was introduced in 1952.
All is bright: lighting the way to a beautiful abode
To set the scene for some great times with your family and friends during the holidays, don't overlook your home's lighting, which plays a huge role in the warmth and beauty of your space.
Local Find: Smart Glass Art lighting
Smart Glass Art founder Kathleen Plate—famous for slicing and upcycling beverage bottles into jewelry, wall hangings, and even runway fashion—has introduced a new line of affordable, semicustom light fixtures.
My Style: Designer Gavin Bernard
This fall, Brit-born Bernard and industrial designer Suzuko Hisata launch Wake Up Dear, a modern design lighting brand. Their marquee product line, ODO, consists of striking, one-of-a-kind chandeliers made from birch plywood and hand-wrapped with woven thread in geometric patterns.
Revamp your windows at the Shade Store
Custom window treatment company the Shade Store has opened two showrooms in Atlanta, at the Westside Provisions District and ADAC. The family-owned firm stocks hundreds of fabrics and boasts dozens of operational displays.
Editor’s pick: Honeycomb Studio’s handmade ceramic lamps
It started with bud vases. But in just its second year, Courtney Hamill’s handmade ceramics line, Honeycomb Studio, has expanded into lighting. The Atlanta native works out of a backyard shed at her home on the Westside, sometimes sitting down at the wheel but more often making her porcelain vessels, holiday ornaments, turtledoves, antlers, and now three styles of lamp bases from original slip-cast molds.
Now Open: Urban Electric Co.
The Urban Electric Co.’s subtle signage, a clever logo of lowercase letters, might make you confuse its new showroom with the hidden “underground” tavern Ormsby’s, located just down the walk in the Westside’s White Provision building.