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Best of Atlanta 2016

Cobbler: Ansley Shoe & Luggage Repair

Local shoemakers like Cobbler Union recommend this 15-year-old Ansley Mall repair shop for a reason.
Best of Atlanta 2016

Vintage Reproductions: Rejuvenation

Don’t overlook this treasure tucked into an easy-to-miss strip at Ponce City Market.
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Local Furniture Store: Mathews Furniture and Design

This isn’t your grandmother’s Mathews. Although the 35-year-old, family-owned Buckhead business still carries traditional reproductions (yes, even Stickley’s Mission furniture), its current mix of classic and contemporary styles would impress any millennial.
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Bespoke Home Finds: Steve McKenzie’s

Steve and Jill McKenzie have long championed the “maker movement.” Their Westside shop carries regional favor­ites like R. Wood Studio pottery from Athens and Blenko Glass from West Virginia, as well as handcrafted European lines like Libeco linen and Grange furniture.
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Chic Accessories: B.D. Jeffries

Catering to an upscale clientele who favor the “sporting life,” Buckhead’s B.D. Jeffries is more Garden & Gun than Field & Stream.
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Florist: Adaptation Floral Design

Owner-operator Liz Gudmundsson favors an unfussy, modern aesthetic.

Fun Follow: @thespinstyle

This creative agency offers wardrobe, hair and makeup, set and prop design, and art direction for some of the city’s chicest photo shoots. Its docket ranges from luxury fashion (Dior) and local designers (Abbey Glass) to chefs (Miller Union’s Steven Satterfield).
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Shop with a Purpose: NLB Furniture

This Cumming boutique offers a fresh take on rustic chic, from barn doors to tables that crank up and down with iron gears.
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New Home Store: Dixon Rye

What fellow J. Crew alums and Westside neighbors Sid and Ann Mashburn are doing for clothes, Bradley Odom is doing for home decor.
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Travel Bags: Roam by Mori

This boutique at Ponce City Market is the millennial’s answer to its older sibling, the local mall mainstay. Find bags from traditional (Tumi’s leather lines) to novelty (KAVU cross-body packs in trendy prints), and perhaps the largest collection of Herschel Supply Co. in the city.

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