Cozy Up Your Home

Take a cue from the Scandinavian concept of hygge and welcome the transition of summer to autumn with a relaxing refresh Pumpkin spice, apple cinnamon and a hot cup of cocoa. Fall is all about getting warm and comfy as a chill hits the air—preparing yourself for winter, and cherishing those final moments of summer.  … Continued

Patio Gardens

Homes with outdoor living areas are in high demand, especially in cities where space is at a premium. This is where patios can make a big difference by adding useful, livable space for entertaining or just relaxing.

Dr. Rudderman Moves into Midown

The Ruddermans are no strangers to the Midtown community. Having met who would one day be his future wife, Jennifer, in New York, Randy had to convince his bride to head south to Atlanta. That was two decades ago, and she was looking for the urban style of life she loved. She found it in Midtown, and that is where decided to call…

One Piece, Three Ways

 Article Grace Huseth | Photography Nicole Stephens  Once a month, interior designer Stephanie Geyer can be found scouring Scott Antique Markets. While she keeps an eye out for interesting pieces daily, her monthly ritual of weaving through the antique showroom is where she gets some of her best ideas.  The antique show comes to the Atlanta Expo Center on the…

Mother Nature Sells

 Article Grace Heusth  If a home is perched on a plot that is healthy and vibrant, everything about the house will be more appealing. Stephanie and Kyle MacDonald, a husband-and-wife team at Keller Knapp Realty, say good curb appeal is one of the three most important components when selling a home, and it contributes to achieving a higher selling price and…

Love for Lake Claire

 Article Grace Huseth  "You don't have to tear something down to make it look new," Meghan says. "It can make it feel like you and feel fresh without rewriting something. Take the history of what something is and bring it into today."  Interior designer Meghan Riley Parham loves her neighborhood of Lake Claire, but the ranch home next door was…