A restored East Lake abode is a multilayered expression of its exceptionally creative owners, whose disparate tastes combine to create an engaging interior.

At the 45th Annual Atlanta Symphony Associates’ Decorators’ Show House & Gardens, the city’s top talents melded traditional and contemporary design with striking global influences.

An enchanting horse property just outside the city evolves into a lifelong passion for home and garden design.

Kevin and Lee Kleinhelter custom craft a dream domicile in Brookwood Hills, weaving their contemporary aesthetic into the fabric of the historic neighborhood’s lush landscape.

Courtney and Randy Tilinski fashion a soft and serene scheme in their winsome Westside cottage.

What’s New


Tudor Revival style receives a modern update at the hands of architect Greg Busch and designer Melanie Millner.

Designer Will Huff helps frequent hosts Zak and Cara Isdell Lee refashion their stately Buckhead home into a French-inspired abode...

Traditional architecture, mature landscaping and cultivated interiors yield an August home perfect for entertaining.

Second Homes


Robert Brown and architectural firm Spitzmiller & Norris balance rustic comfort with modern sophistication for the interior designer’s personal Lake...
Stanton surrounded Honeymoon’s 5,000-square-foot, four-columned main house with a period-appropriate fence of precise design and height.

Unstoppable shop owner and designer Jimmy Stanton, whose Huff Road showroom now boasts nearly 14,000 square feet, has a deep...
Interior designer Beth Webb swathed the master bedroom in sumptuous fabrics and rich creams and whites, allowing the ever-changing reflections through the windows to provide color in the space. Bed, Max & Company. Striped wool rug, swivel chairs, art and bedside lamp, Bungalow Classic. Drapery hardware, Bradley. Drapery fabric, Arabel. Drapery trim, Rogers & Goffigon. Three-drawer bedside chest, Mrs. Howard.

Using texture, contrast and plenty of white, Beth Webb transforms a lake house into a light and bright retreat.
Following dinner, guests gather on the covered porch, which feels even cozier thanks to an outdoor fireplace, throw blankets and propane-powered heaters. Sculptural forest-green trees were made from shipping pallets. Dining table, chairs and braided sisal rug, Stacked stone facade, Porcelanosa. Brass chandelier, Grey Furniture.

Brian Patrick Flynn transforms his mile-high cabin in the north Georgia mountains into a rustic-chic home for the holidays.
Lydia Mondavi enjoys a glass of wine on the deep-water dock at the vacation home she shares with husband Robert and their son in Beaufort, South Carolina. The Napa Valley residents chose the picturesque coastal town to immerse their son in Lydia's Lowcountry ancestral heritage and to experience the essence of the South.

Unable to resist the charms of the Lowcountry, the Mondavi family infuses their vacation home with wine-country finesse.
The large, screened-in porch serves as a dining room, living area and sleeping porch for summer guests. The custom serving table made by a Montana artist holds antique pottery and baskets, while a Rose Tarlow rocking chair from Ainsworth-Noah rests nearby. La Lune chairs from Grizzel & Mann surround the B.D. Jeffries dining table.

Elegance emerges from a confluence of periods and styles in Big Sky, Montana.