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Best of Atlanta 2018: Style & Design

The best of Atlanta's style and design in 2018, including best luxury store, retail store, children's clothing, gift shop, botanical inspiration, and more.
Go indigo

Elements of Style: Indigo decor is having a resurgence

The rich blues of this ancient plant dye are experiencing a fervent resurgence via compelling contemporary objects.
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Where to go for that one specific home item

Here are the best places to find lighting, sofas, chic gifts, window treatments, outdoor furniture, antiques, and more.
Picnic

How to enjoy a perfect, peaceful picnic

Nothing says Atlanta like an outdoor picnic. Back in the day, concertgoers pulled out silver candelabras at Chastain Park. Now we prefer a more relaxed but no less stylish vibe. For advice on pulling this off, we asked home decor shop owners Steve and Jill McKenzie to show us how they entertain outdoors in their neighborhood park.
Design Samaritan

When you buy, Design Samaritan donates furniture to families in need

“We give these families something that could be a new heirloom piece,” founder Paul Bowman says. “It’s like a metaphor that symbolizes their own transformation.”
Serenbe cottage

Room Envy: This Serenbe cottage is a rural, industrial hybrid

With Serenbe’s strong focus on sustainability and organic farming, Claudia and Rod Hoxsey wanted their new cottage there to be a modern version of a classic farmhouse.
Marble

Now trending: Marbled patterns

How the marbled trend is incorporated into chairs, pillows, fabric, lamps, and more.
Crosshatching

Now trending: Crosshatching

Looking to add a new element of style to your home? Here's 15 home items showing off this current trend.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Original Rugs: Verde Home

Enough already with the heirloom Oushaks. Our new favorite rugs are contemporary interpretations of antique patterns, created in colors and scales more harmonious with today’s streamlined decor.
Switch Modern

Exploring the Westside’s home shops with designer Teri Duffy

Not long ago, the area west of Howell Mill Road was a true industrial district, with just a couple of fabric stores to draw suburban shoppers.

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