Weaving a New Legacy
Two former longtime Atlantans have taken the West Coast design scene by storm with their entrepreneurial spirit, exquisite eye and covetable textiles
Textile designer Clay McLaurin and designer James Wheeler’s shared office space is an ode to fresh-faced beauty.
Ones to Watch: 15 Under 40
Atlanta’s rising design talents haven’t just paid their dues—they’ve created platforms, introduced products and adopted philosophies that are changing the way we live today.
At the 2014 Cashiers Designer Showhouse, a talented group of designers and landscapers paid homage to the surrounding views of Whiteside Mountain with memorable textiles, fresh color and stylish accessories. Sited on 29 acres in Cashiers, North Carolina, this charming home was an ode to timeless Southern style.
The Italian Job
At the 44th annual Decorators’ Show House & Gardens, Neel Reid and Philip Shutze’s 1926 Italian Baroque “Pink Palace” is transformed to Palazzo Rosa thanks to Atlanta’s top talents.
Studio Visit: Clay McLaurin Studio
A painterly approach and an easy, elegant aesthetic are the roots behind this blossoming textile-design business
Clay McLaurin drew from his Georgia roots and journeys to Japan to create his first fabric collection, Clay Studios (ClayMcLaurin.com),…