I always love bring back in my hometown but there is so much to see and so little time! A sprint through the Atlanta Home and Gift Show last week yielded these fabulous finds. Here are my highlights from the show…
The large scaled stunning agate lamps by Laura Renfrow would make a statement in any interior.
Available in 24 different colors and 14 different patterns, the designs from R. Lusk are painstakingly gilded and antiqued, mounted on linen wrapped boxes and framed in acrylic. The variety of sizes, shapes, colors and patterns makes them easily adaptable for any space.
Every piece by Ashley Childers is a work of art…her agate burst sconce in brass is glamorous, modern and sculptural. More to come on the new introductions in an upcoming post!
The new introductions by Mitchell Black featured all of my favorite things…zebras, pagodas, and shells. Mitchell Black is a nod to the past with a focus on the present. The antique etchings can be re-sized and printed in 17 designer colors and mounted in a modern acrylic format.
The dynamic sisterly duo at Taylor Burke Home outdo themselves every market! Their new bar cart was a collaboration with Emily McCarthy. The pierced brass was customized with Emily’s logo creating a unique piece with a vintage vibe. Be sure to check back for more on Taylor Burke!
Gal pals Kat Mulford and Lee Lesley had everyone swooning with their latest eye candy. The Bendall Cuff in pink opal gemstones was a show-shopper! Their new Graham bangles are perfect to mix with Hermes enamel and Cartier love bracelets.
At High Point, artist Tommy Mitchell crafted these delicate sconces after brussel sprouts. Now he has added an abundance of other gorgeous vegetables to his collection. The subtlety of color and texture in his tole creations is breathtaking! All of his sculptures can also be customized in a variety of finishes and background colors.
The brand was born out of the desire to create fun decorative works of art that appeal to the canine lover. The Swiss design force creates paintings as well as sculptures of their favorite four legged friends.
Another favorite for the dog lovers was this new introduction by Chelsea Textiles. Known for their exquisite embroidery, their latest creation features a menagerie of pups, capturing the personality of each perfectly….from a poodle to a dalmatian to a dachshund.
The colorful collection of napkins,placemats and napkin rings at Julian Mejia Design had something for everyone…from the traditionalist to the modernist.
The hand embroidered creations from Cat Studio capture the essence of favorite destinations from Napa Valley to the Hamptons.
A fusion of nature’s beauty and casual elegance, MooMoo’s collection brings the exoticism of African wild to the urban lifestyle. DEveloped by Columbian- born Juan Hernandez, the line was created out of a lifelong passion for the uniqueness and beauty of the African, Asian, and Latin American continents, including their cultures, colors, materials and peoples.
The luxurious hair on hide rugs from Madisons are made from cow hides and no two are alike. Each artisan rug is handcrafted and the work created sustains the livelihood for many villages in India that produce them.
Instantly recognizable, the work of legendary Waylande Gregory is refined and highly stylized. One of the early creators of the American Bauhaus movement, he worked alongside the great minds of the 20th century at Cranbrook Academy including Frank Lloyd Wright, Florence Knoll, Ray and Charles Eames and the Saarinens. The black, white and gold decorative items introduced at Codarus looks just as fresh today and when they were first created.
Just because every bird deserves a pagoda shaped cage…bells and all!
I can never resist a great design panel and I was thrilled to hear so many great talents at market. Industry expert Marisa Marcantonio of Stylebeat presented a lively panel discussion on creating and building a successful brand image by harnessing the power of the new digital age in design. Other Panelists included Elizabeth Blitzer of Blitzer & Company, Lindsay Coral Harper of LCH Interiors, and Mac Hoak of Mecox Gardens. Humor and camaraderie between the panelists made this a definite highlight of market!