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“To have a modern house doesn’t mean it can’t be a Southern house,” says architect Cara Cummins. When she and partner Jose Tavel, owners of TaC Studios, were first enlisted by a pair of art collecting homeowners to design and build a house on a prominent lot on Ansley Park, creating a structure that would also be a gracious neighbor was top of mind.
 
Lori Johnston
Photos:
Mali Azima
Buckhead Realtor Wendy Petersen has seen (and sold) some of Atlanta’s most sought-after properties over the past 15 years. But when she and husband Pete, an avid gardener, began their own search several years ago, she likes to say that what they really bought was the garden—and the house simply came along with it.
 
Laura Carson Miller
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Mali Azima
The winners of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Bath of the Year contest offer a glimpse into 2014’s hottest design trends. Smart innovations, calming color palettes and an effortless mix of modern and classic flourishes effortlessly converge to impart personality.  
 
Tucker Berta
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Jeff Herr
In a digital age, where image is everything, John Lineweaver is helping Atlanta’s creative set put their best foot forward. Specializing in strategic brand development and graphic design, the North Carolina native’s work has struck a particular chord with local and national design brands. (He counts Suzanne Kasler Interiors, the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center and Jerry Pair among his clients.)
 
Sejal Bhima
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David Christensen
You know how momma birds are rumored to totally reject their chicks if they’ve been touched by humans? That’s how I’ve felt about 1990s interiors, especially the use of hunter green, wallpaper borders and gold-plated fixtures. Even the smallest hint of that dubious era—the one just after 1989 and just before Y2K—has rendered me completely dismissive.
 
Brian Patrick Flynn
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Sarah Dorio
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Brian Patrick Flynn
Just when it seemed that kitchen and bath design had reached its pinnacle, the aptly named Luxury Living Show, hosted by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, at Phipps Plaza earlier this spring, proved otherwise. The stylish kitchen-and-bath exhibition showcased the latest trends—and the lavish comforts—of a luxury home.
 
Meg Sparwath
Photos:
David Christensen
1. This ultimate feminine (and glam) retreat by Kelly Wolf-Anthony of Wolf Design Group was a showstopping stunner at our 2013 home for the holidays showhouse.
 
2. A feeling of tranquility permeates this dream-like space by Amy D. Morris. A luxurious french bateau-style soaking tub radiates calmness.
 
3. Schumacher draperies and original art add panache to this sanctuary by J. Hirsch Interior Design.
 
Photos:
Mali Azima, David Christensen, Erica Dines, Emily Followill and Chris Little
Standouts from the 2014 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas reveal the latest must-haves.
 

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