Story by Pamela A. Keene Photos courtesy All Things in Order Do you dread opening that closet or going into your garage because it’s
When I finally bought my first home in 2010, I was looking forward to turning my white, vaulted walls into a serene color of my own choosing. But when you are faced with so much freedom, it is really hard to select colors.
During the week of Oct. 13-17, interior designers and aficionados from around the globe converged upon the High Point International Home Furnishings Market to see all the new product offerings from thousands of different manufacturers.
On August 9, Millie’s Drapery and Decorating had a rebirth of sorts, moving back to its long-time location at 1732 Cleveland Highway and a brand new building.
Visitors approaching Chris Michael’s lakeside home from the street have an aerial view of his roof.
“Some people leave their work at the office,” says Junior Gupta, founder of Tucker-based Homespice Decor. “My work is part of my home, in the living room, the kitchen, the bathroom and even outside.”
Story by Pamela A. Keene Long before Lake Lanier came into being, Debbie Lawson Davis’ family owned about 100 acres in Northeast Georgia.
Nestled in a cove with lots of natural light, the house has a view of the lake from nearly every bedroom.
Ever wished you could get an up-close-and-personal glimpse at gardens created by Hall County Master Gardeners?
Charles Andrews pulled his jeweler’s loupe to his eye and peered at the tiny bud between his fingers.
“See the tiny hairs?” he asked.