100 Superlative Spaces

As 2010 draws to a close and we move toward 2011, we thought we’d look back at some of the most memorable spaces that we’ve published in a little more than a decade. One hundred spaces, to be exact. It isn’t necessarily a “best of” list. Rather, they’re rooms that made big impressions on readers when they were originally published or created lingering memories for AH&L staffers. Some of these spaces—even those from years ago—are still often talked about; others have long since been forgotten but are no less extraordinary. Many of these rooms were chosen for their unequivocal devotion to personal style while others are just pretty, plain and simple. Some are charming; some are cozy. There’s a mix of classic and contemporary, and scattered throughout are a handful of cottage-style spaces, but we’ve left out most of the chateaux. What’s your favorite space? Let us know by visiting facebook.com/atlantahomesmag. In the meantime, we’re working on the next 100. 


Photography by Mali Azima, Erica George Dines, Steve Pomberg, and Gil Stose