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STYLE DUO
The pairing of legendary architect BOBBY MCALPINE with MACRAE to create a line of furniture—modern inheritables—is a match made in design heaven. Launched by Mary Prillaman Holland, owner of MacRae and Holland & Company, the line is McAlpine’s sometimes curious, but always clever, reinterpretation of traditional English designs. hollandandcompany.com; macraedesigns.com; mcalpinehome.com

 

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A FINE TOUCH
Decorative artist JUDY NEUKRUG is a master of materials. Whether she’s applying Venetian plaster, painting a custom mural or creating a one-of-a-kind finish, Neukrug amazes clients with her astute sensibility and breadth of knowledge.
fauxfx, (404) 932-9643

 

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FRESH TAKE
Designer JOHN OETGEN’s indelible style is now seen on a new furniture collection available through Jerry Pair. Some of the pieces have a modern, even streamlined, Art Deco influence, but rest assured—the collection’s clean lines make it as at home in a traditional setting as a contemporary one. jerrypair.com

 

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TALENT WATCH
First, her paintings and lacquer furniture finishes garnered the attention; now, it’s her fabrics. At the most recent High Point market, Bradley Hughes showcased Atlantan HEIDI PIERCE’s latest wares, including her pillows and ombré silk curtain panels, dazzling buyers from around the country. The modern elegance of Pierce’s designs merges the spirit of Hollywood Regency (sans the clichés) with the élan of classic Atlanta style. idartistry.com

 

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FANTASTIC FOODIES
The culinary creativity of chefs ANNE QUATRANO and CLIFFORD HARRISON is no more evident than at their latest creation, Abattoir at White Provision. We’re smitten with the food and its presentation (think foie gras served in canning jars), but we’re gaga over the Dominique Coyne-designed interiors. (404) 892-3335, starprovisions.com

 

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PERSONAL TOUCH
His presence on the local design scene is no secret, but as of late, RAY GOINS’ elegant, handcrafted furniture has gained the attention of New York’s design elite, as well as the style and design blogosphere, including decorati.com. We’re particularly star-struck by one of the most recent introductions that has come out of his Peachtree Road
atelier: the Namey Field Trestle Table. (678) 281-0559, rlgoins.com

 

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SENSATIONAL STYLE
You may not know his name, but you’ve more than likely seen the work of MARK SAGE in some of Atlanta’s most stylish homes. With an ever-expanding collection of Belgian-inspired furniture and antique European-style reproductions, Sage has single-handedly introduced a new design aesthetic not only to Atlanta, but to the entire country. His company, Bobo Intriguing Objects, is a favorite of the design community; pieces have been featured in almost every U.S. and international home design magazine. bobointriguingobjects.com

 


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