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Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles October 2018

Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles offers entrée into the city’s most inspiring residences. Readers view exquisite interiors and innovative architecture, with beautiful spreads illustrating everything from the latest looks to timeless classics. The magazine is also a champion of supporting local food traditions and regional cuisine created by the city’s finest chefs and food artisans. It is a definitive guide to Atlanta’s hottest homes, top design professionals, premier showrooms, delectable restaurants, residential real estate and cultural events.

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fall fancies

After enjoying a tiny taste of autumn weather in August, I was reminded as to why the changing of seasons always feels so reinvigorating. From falling temperatures and cool breezes to a dimmer shade of daylight, it’s a change that’s both comforting and challenging—if summer days are long and lingering, then why is it that fall afternoons seem impossibly short and succinct?The projects featured in this issue, which span from Lake Keowee to New Orleans and back to Buckhead, embrace a sense of warmth, coziness and ease. Two residences are second homes (starting on page 34), designed to encourage a laid-back approach to life, while a brand-new Buckhead abode (page 46) was designed around a central “entertainment” room, which is book-ended with everything the homeowners might need to throw the…

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don’t miss

Start holiday shopping early! Show your Camp Twin Lakes PARTNERS CARD at area retailers from October 27 through November 4 for a 20% discount. BY ERICA GEORGE DINES)DIGITAL EDITIONFind AH&L on your tablet!Download recent issues on iTunes, Google Play or through the Zinio ■…

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dapper design

Inspired by men’s haberdashery and featuring a beautiful balance of small-scale patterns, checks, stripes and solids, the Well-Suited collection by DAVID PHOENIX for KRAVET COUTURE strikes an understated but dapper note with all the classic detailing, layers, textures and hues one might expect to find in bespoke men’s suiting. Available to the trade through Kravet, ADAC, (404) 816-7941, ■…

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fall flavor

POUF!This fall, LEE JOFA introduces new, historically inspired offerings in both the wall mirror and bench categories. The fully upholstered Boodle ottoman, pictured, with hidden casters, is fully customizable and offers a fresh take on tradition for modern family living. Available to the trade through Lee Jofa, ADAC, (404) 812-6995; kravet.comWeaving WomenCORAL & HIVE, a South African weaver focused on empowering women through creative output, makes its U.S. debut at MOATTAR. Using karakul wool and mohair, each fiber is hand-spun, dyed, woven and knotted on traditional looms by women whose skills have been passed down for generations. Available to the trade at Moattar, Ltd., (404) 237-5100; coralandhive.comPrints of AdventureIn its second collection with TILTON FENWICK, a design firm known for its use of exuberant color and lively pattern, ROBERT ALLEN…

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wander lust

FUN & FLAMBOYANTGreg Natale, a native Australian, is known for his signature interplay of pattern and design, and The Patterned Interior (Rizzoli, $55), illustrates the tastemaker’s unique lens, through interiors that are at once sophisticated, adventurous and robust with character.MASTERS OF DESIGNGet to know the 100 most important designers of the past century with this discerning look at design heroes from across the world. Edited by Stephen Drucker and written by Jennifer Boles, Inspired Design (Vendome, $75) tells the story of decorating in one volume.PERSONAL SPACECreating interiors that are both meaningful and fulfilling are the subject of Paloma Contreras’ Dream Design Live (Abrams, $35). From thinking creatively about your design approach to improving your life, Contreras provides an accessible but beautiful look at the decorating process.DAZZLING DISPLAYFormer director of old-guard…

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susan ferrier

Susan Ferrier’s personal closet, which she created in collaboration with California Closets, is over the top. “I’m delighted by the things my eye sees, and the relationships of the things that we put together,” says Ferrier of her knack for combining treasures into a cohesive whole.Testing the WaterA native New Yorker, Ferrier earned her degree in Fine Arts before cutting her teeth at commercial design firm Brooks-Burr. A natural programmer, she worked her way from intern to project manager in three years. Overseeing the build-out of a 100,000-square-foot law firm in Washington, D.C. proved foundational to Ferrier’s success: “It was great training; I learned that you have to be direct, honest and solution-oriented.”Tides of ChangeHaving become skilled as a visual mathematician, Ferrier sought to harness those spatial strengths into not…