About Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

Published since 1983, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles is the city’s only monthly home and garden magazine. Dedicated to showcasing the best in design for our city, the publication also serves as a definitive guide to cultivating Atlanta style, offering unmatched entrée into the area’s most inspiring residences. A longtime champion of the Atlanta design community, AH&L’s coverage of local design professionals, premier shops and showrooms, decorative and fine arts, restaurants and cultural events is second to none.


Meet the Editorial Team

Zoë Gowen joined Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles as the Executive Editor following 13 years with Southern Progress Corporation, Time Inc. and Meredith Corporation. Most recently, she held the position of Senior Homes Editor for Southern Living. For AH&L, she spends her days canvasing the city for compelling interiors, architecture and gardens to cover. You will spot this new Atlantan driving slowly in the right lane looking at houses. Go easy on her, she can’t help herself.

Elizabeth Sanders has worked for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles since 2006. She lives in the suburbs with her (literally) rockstar husband and three kids. Outside of work, you can find her refinishing furniture, hanging out with her chickens or designing a new area of her garden.

Quincy Wise is an Atlanta native who is infatuated with any and everything related to graphic design. She works as the Graphic Designer/Marketing Coordinator for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, which basically means she spends her day creating print and digital artwork and designing client programs. When she’s away from the computer screen, you can normally find her somewhere eating, attending a concert or having an intense argument about how Marvel is better than DC.

Lauren Iverson joined Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles as the assistant editor in 2019 writing about all things the city has to offer—from events and restaurant openings, to design trends and breathtaking home interiors. Storytelling has been her thing since childhood, though she’s since traded in her Crayola markers and stuffed animal audience for a much bigger and better market. An Iowa native, she now spends most of her free time watching cooking videos on Youtube, researching her next travel destination, or calculating how much time traffic will actually take—all with either a coffee or a taco in hand.