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CONTENTS FEBRUARY 2011
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2010 ATLANTA HOMES & LIFESTYLES CHRISTMAS HOUSE
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Dining Room by Beth Webb Living Room by Phoebe Howard Breakfast Room by Tish Mills Kitchen by Jeffrey A. Reed Retreat by Amy D. Morris Study and Terrace by Hutton Wilkinson with Stephen Boyd Master Bedroom by Liz Williams Master Bath by Capella Kincheloe Living/Dining Room by Susan Ferrier Den by William Peace Kitchen by Michael Bell Terrace by Bill Hudgins Master Bath by Barbara Howard
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Master Bedroom by Mark Williams and Niki Papadopolous Bedroom by Carter Kay and Nancy Hooff Bedroom by Kathryn Leach Master Closets by Peggy Snider-Houghton
THE NEW RULES OF LOCAL DESIGN Atlanta tastemakers break all the rules when it comes to decorating in 2011
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CALENDAR Must-see events from the local arts community FOOD NEWS A roundup of culinary happenings from around town HISTORY The second in a series on Atlanta’s venerable architects & FINALLY Senior Contributing Editor Marcia Sherrill chats with Georgia native Elaine Griffin about her new decorating book
IN EVERY ISSUE 4 Editor’s Letter 79 Ad Index & Web Links
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Scenes from the recent Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Christmas House, including our festive Champagne & Candlelight Tour. Morning Glory ME, AT CHRISTMAS HOUSE, APPEARING ON A “POSITIVELY GEORGIA” SEGMENT ON CBS ATLANTA
In the Bag BOXWOODS GARDENS & GIFTS’ ANNUAL POP-UP SHOP WAS A HIGHLIGHT OF THIS YEAR’S TOUR
Gold Standard OUR HOLIDAY TABLETOP DISPLAY FEATURED DESIGNS FROM EIGHT LOCAL SHOPS, INCLUDING THIS ONE FROM OWENLAWRENCE
STEVE PETERSON, MATTHEW QUINN, RIC PARRISH, JOY GUNTER AND THERON GUNTER
Home Away From Home THE MANSION ON PEACHTREE, SITE JOHN OETGEN AND BARBARA GUILLAUME
OF OUR RECENT CHRISTMAS SHOWHOUSE
Wow! What a busy and exciting time the past few months have been. Beginning in late October and lasting well into December, much of our staff’s time was spent on our annual Christmas House, a showcase of decorated rooms by top design professionals. This issue, in its entirety, is devoted to the two residences at The Mansion on Peachtree that served as this year’s “House.” For me, it truly became my home away from home, and I’ll admit that I quickly acclimated to the white-glove service and having my coffee in a to-go cup delivered on a silver tray. Now I know how Eloise felt living at The Plaza! Besides featuring the work of local designers, we were fortunate to have celebrated Los Angeles designer Hutton Clinton Smith Wilkinson join us this year. At our next Editorial Director twitter.com/clintonrsmith showhouse, I hope you will, too. Full Plate TOUR GOERS HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY THE SHOWHOUSE CAFÉ, 29 SPA AND MORE
RICHARD JONES OF PORTMAN HOLDINGS AND MYSTY MCLELLAND OF ATLANTA DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER
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MALISSA LADD AND DESIGNER WILLIAM PEACE
RAYMOND GOINS, WINTON NOAH, BETH WEBB, BRENDA TANSEY AND HAL AINSWORTH IN THE DINING ROOM DESIGNED BY WEBB.
DESIGNER STEPHEN BOYD AND CHAD HOLMAN OF JIM THOMPSON
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Move over, crystal. Spiky chandeliers made several cameos in our showhouse rooms. This one—used by Hutton Wilkinson and Stephen Boyd—is from the Tony Duquette Collection for Remains Lighting. remainslighting.com
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NATURAL CURIOSITIES Our recent showhouse featured a mélange of accessories evoking the natural world: think colored glass, leather, quartz and lots (and lots) of gold. This assemblage of objets d’art, collected from rooms by different designers, proves this is no ﬂeeting trend.
Amy D. Morris juxtaposed black walls and turquoise and orange velvets with a faux zebra skin fabric on the back of a porter’s chair for a wildly spectacular color combination—something you’ll see more of as the year continues. amydmorris.com
Couture-like details—such as Liz Williams’ use of rich blue passimenterie on a bolster pillow—will continue to gain in popularity in 2011. Rose Tarlow Melrose House fabrics available through Ainsworth-Noah & Associates, ainsworth-noah.com; lizwilliamsinteriors.com
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This Jim Thompson silk—ﬁrst seen at our showhouse before making its official debut in January at Maison et Objet in Paris—highlights the trend of pairing contemporary color combinations with centuries-old motifs, such as this modiﬁed Greek Key pattern. jimthompson.com
(trend alert) Fine art, such as this painting by Michael Dines, was evident throughout the showhouse. Works on paper, oils on canvas, drawings, photography and bronze sculptures rounded out the mix.
THAT WAS THEN Heavy curtains Crystal chandeliers Accessories galore Cluttered rooms
THIS IS NOW Feather-light sheers and shades Statement pendants and ﬁxtures Objects with personal meaning Symmetry, structure and order
A stitched cowhide rug in a living room by Phoebe Howard takes on modern verve thanks to its geometric pattern. A vintage Chinoiserie table provides a traditional counterpoint. phoebehoward.net
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Tish Mills designed this custom table that features amethyst embedded into its dark-stained walnut top. Her take on organic design shows that natural style extends beyond washed and tinted woods. harmoniousliving.net
10 DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS! Want a chance to add a little showhouse style to your own home? We’re partnering with this year’s designers to give away to readers select items found throughout the showhouse, in addition to other goodies from local shops. All prizes have been hand-selected by the editors. The daily drawings will be held Jan. 31-Feb. 4 and Feb. 7-11, 2011. The deadline to enter is Jan. 30, 2011. The contest will be held on our website, AtlantaHomesMag.com. There, you’ll also ﬁnd the complete list of amazing prizes, as well as complete contest rules.
Look for unique colors and patterns to appear in the most unexpected places, even underfoot! This rug from Sullivan Fine Rugs— used in a room designed by Liz Williams—includes both. sullivanﬁnerugs.com
Oversize objects are here to stay. Susan Ferrier’s use of this large chandelier creates a focal point; however, its delicate arms and sensuous shape keep it from overpowering the space. mcalpineboothferrier.com
DK GALLERY’S FEBRUARY JAZZ FRIDAY SETS A ROMANTIC TONE WITH FIGURATIVE SCULPTURES AND PAINTINGS IN SOFT, RICH COLORS. FEATURED REGIONAL ARTISTS FOR THIS ENCHANTING EVENING, APTLY TITLED “ROMANCE OF THE FIGURE,” INCLUDE KRIS MEADOWS, CATIE RADNEY, CAROLYN GOLDSMITH AND HELEN DERAMUS. 2/4, 6-9 P.M. 15 WEST PARK SQ., MARIETTA 30060. (770) 427-5377; DKGALLERY.US
▲ A SOLO SHOW BY GALLERY ARTIST DAVID ARMS OPENS AT ANNE IRWIN FINE ART THIS MONTH. ARMS’ PAINTINGS OFTEN FEATURE SMALL, SWEET BIRDS—INTRICATE, YET SOFTLY DETAILED—AND A GLOWING QUALITY OF THE CANVAS. FULL OF HOPE AND CHEER, THEY INVITE A POSITIVE OUTLOOK FOR A FRESH NEW YEAR. 2/18-3/3; OPENING RECEPTIONS 2/19, 6:30-8:30 P.M. 25-D BENNETT ST. NW, ATLANTA 30309. (404) 352-1855; ANNEIRWINFINEART.COM
▼ THE ACRYLIC ABSTRACTIONS OF YALE PROFESSOR AND FORMER GUGGENHEIM FELLOW FRANCES BARTH JOIN THOSE OF COMPARABLE TALENT MERNET LARSEN AT MARCIA WOOD GALLERY FOR AN EXHIBITION WITH RESOUNDING SIGNIFICANCE. 2/26-4/9; OPENING RECEPTION 2/26, 6-9 P.M. 263 WALKER ST. SW, ATLANTA 30313. (404) 827-0030; MARCIAWOODGALLERY.COM
▲ COURTNEY J. GARRETT’S BREATHTAKING PORTRAYALS OF STORMS, RURAL LANDSCAPES AND ARCHITECTURAL SKETCHES SPEAK AS MUCH TO THE SERIOUS ART COLLECTOR AS THE AESTHETE WISHING TO BRING BEAUTY TO A ROOM. ON VIEW AT PRYOR FINE ART, GARRETT’S PIECES ARE JOINED BY THE GALLERY’S SECOND SHOWING OF THOSE BY VENERATED ABSTRACTIONIST FELICE SHARP. 2/18-3/4; OPENING RECEPTION 2/18, 6-8 P.M. 22-F BENNETT ST., ATLANTA 30309. (404) 352-8775; PRYORFINEART.COM
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SWAN COACH HOUSE GALLERY INTRODUCES THE TURNED-WOOD BOWLS OF BUTCH REAGAN, A NORTH GEORGIA MOUNTAINEER WHO HAS BEEN CRAFTING THEM FOR HIS FAMILY FOR YEARS, BUT WAS ONLY RECENTLY DISCOVERED BY AN AVID ATLANTA COLLECTOR. THE EXHIBITION MARKS THE FIRST PUBLIC APPEARANCE OF HIS WORK. THROUGH 2/26. 3130 SLATON DR., ATLANTA 30305. (404) 266-2636; SWANCOACHHOUSE.COM
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No-frills comfort-cooker Jenny Levison shies away from the title of “chef,” yet her memorable menus and big personality continue to inspire a devoted following. Her secretive underground supper clubs and mobile food carts have paved the way for her latest labor of love, a line of soups available nationwide through First Coast Gourmet. WHAT DO ATLANTANS REALLY WANT IN A DINING EXPERIENCE? WE HAVE GREAT FOOD, BUT OUR CUSTOMERS COME FOR THE SERVICE. I SEE OUR STAFF GIVING PEOPLE HUGS, ADVICE, A FREE COOKIE TO SOMEONE HAVING A BAD DAY. THAT IS MY VISION; I BELIEVE PEOPLE APPRECIATE GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND. WHY SOUP? SOUP IS THE ULTIMATE COMFORT FOOD. I HAVE TRAVELED ALL OVER THE WORLD AND IT’S THE COMMON THREAD I FOUND IN EVERY COUNTRY. IT SPEAKS OF COMFORT AND COMMUNITY. WHAT’S YOUR OWN GO-TO COMFORT FOOD? ANTICO PIZZA IN MIDTOWN.
WHAT'S IT LIKE TO WORK AT SOUPER JENNY? MY STAFF IS THE BACKBONE OF THE RESTAURANT. HIRING LOCAL ACTORS KEEPS IT INTERESTING! I BELIEVE IF YOU HAVE TO WORK, YOU MIGHT AS WELL MAKE IT FUN. I COULDN'T IMAGINE DOING BUSINESS ANY OTHER WAY. TELL US ABOUT SOUPER JENNY’S FAMOUS “RULE BOOK” THAT BANS CELL PHONES. WE LIVE IN AN AGE WHERE YOU NEVER HAVE TO DISCONNECT FROM ANYTHING, EVER. I WANT OUR GUESTS TO TAKE TIME FOR THEMSELVES, EVEN IF IT’S JUST 10 MINUTES TO ENJOY A MEAL WITH FRIENDS. WHAT’S NEXT? WE ARE CONTEMPLATING A SECOND LOCATION AND ANOTHER SMALLER OPERATION CALLED CAFE JONAH, NAMED AFTER MY SON. SOUPERJENNYATL.COM
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THE SCOOP >> SOMETIMES ALL A MEAL NEEDS TO GRADUATE FROM FAMILIAR TO FANTASTIC IS A LITTLE INSPIRATION FROM AN EXPERT CUISINIER. HOW ABOUT A TEAM OF FOUR? ON FEBRUARY 21, COOK’S WAREHOUSE IN MIDTOWN OFFERS AN EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY TO BRING YOUR CULINARY MOXIE TO THE NEXT LEVEL AS RENOWNED CHEFS STEVEN SATTERFIELD, VIRGINIA WILLIS, ANGIE MOSIER AND LYNN SAWICKI TEAM UP TO TEACH HOW TO TRANSFORM EVERYDAY EDIBLES INTO GOURMET FARE. THIS EVENT WILL CELEBRATE THE DEBUT OF THE SOUTHERN FOODWAYS ALLIANCE COMMUNITY COOKBOOK, FEATURING SIGNATURE RECIPES FROM HOME COOKS AND ILLUSTRIOUS CHEFS FROM AROUND THE REGION. PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT THE SOUTHERN FOODWAYS ALLIANCE, SUPPORTING ITS CONTINUED EFFORTS TO PRESERVE SOUTHERN CULINARY TRADITIONS. $50. 2/21, 6:30-9 P.M.; 1544 PIEDMONT RD., ATLANTA 30324. (404) 8154993; COOKSWAREHOUSE.COM
PH WINE MERCHANT RECENTLY OPENED IN PEACHTREE HILLS, OFFERING ATLANTANS AN ENTIRELY NEW AND IMAGINATIVE APPROACH TO WINE SELECTION, PLUS A WINE ACADEMY FOR GUIDED TASTINGS. ITS OWNERS, PATRICK SHIPPEY AND ANTHONY YAMBOR, BELIEVE THAT WINE SHOULD BE EXPERIENTIAL AND THEY TRUSTED LONGTIME FRIEND AND DESIGNER AMY D. MORRIS TO CONSTRUCT A UNIQUE DESIGN TO MATCH THAT VISION. MORRIS TURNED DISPLAY SHELVES INTO GRAPHIC ART TO MAKE THE WINES POP. SIMILARLY, THE INTERIOR IS LESS BUSY THAN IN MANY WINE STORES, RATHER RESEMBLING A BOUTIQUE DESIGNED IN A STYLE MORRIS CALLS “RUSTIC-CHIC.” THE RESULT IS A CREATIVE STIMULATION OF THE SENSES. 200 PEACHTREE HILLS AVE. NE, ATLANTA 30305. (404) 949-0702; PHWINEMERCHANT.COM
>> BUCKHEAD RESTAURANT WEEK RETURNS THIS MONTH WITH THE AREA’S FINEST RESTAURANTS OFFERING THEIR MOST CELEBRATED DISHES (LIKE MARKET’S BLACK TRUFFLE PIZZA WITH FONTINA CHEESE, ABOVE) AT AN EXCEPTIONAL PRICE—$25 FOR A THREECOURSE, PRIX-FIXE MEAL. 1/29-2/6 AT PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS; BRWATLANTA.COM
THE NEWEST LOCATION OF HIGHLAND BAKERY ARRIVES IN BUCKHEAD THIS MONTH. LOCATED IN THE ATLANTA FINANCIAL CENTER BUILDING, THE CAFÉ AND BAKERY WILL CONTINUE TO DELIGHT DEVOTED FANS WITH ITS WHOLESOME BAKED GOODS AND CREATIVE BRUNCH ITEMS SUCH AS THE GIANT FRENCH TOAST: BATTERED CHALLAH BREAD FILLED WITH PEANUT BUTTER AND SMOTHERED IN CARAMELIZED BANANAS. THIS MARKS THE BAKERY’S THIRD ATLANTA LOCATION. HIGHLANDBAKERY.COM
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Clement J. Ford As one of the ﬁrst to recognize the lifestyle changes of Atlanta’s post-servant era, this architect adapted classic style to modern living without sacriﬁcing detail Considered “a gentleman from start to finish,”native-born Atlanta architect Clement J. Ford continued the tradition of classical architecture that became the city’s hallmark early in the 20th century. While many of his peers shifted away from residential architecture and embraced modernism, Ford’s work helped keep the classical flame alive in Atlanta for four decades and— while his work may not have been as grand as some—played a significant role as Buckhead developed into the area that we now know. Born in 1907, Ford studied architecture at Georgia Tech before continuing his education at Columbia University, like other notable Atlanta architects such as Neel Reid and Philip Shutze. Ford then remained in New York and worked for nationally known architects William Lawrence Bottomley and Dwight James Baum before returning to Atlanta. In 1938, Ford received the Edward Langley Scholarship to travel and study public housing in Europe—the first Southerner to ever earn this award. Afterward, he returned to Atlanta and worked for Burge and Stevens, which was designing the nation’s first public housing project, Techwood Homes. No other Atlanta architect seems as connected to a piece of property as Ford is to 240 West Andrews Drive; he lived there for some 50 years, raising his family, building his home and running his business.When the Fords purchased the property, it had a small summerhouse built in the 1930s and another small structure that served as his studio. Ford designed and had the “big house” built in 1952. Over time, his office would move to the summerhouse and then to the basement of the main house. The house still stands today, although it’s been altered by two bay windows and other additions. The architect always operated a small practice, focusing on traditional residential design. With few employees and low overhead, Ford could accept Continued on page 78 14
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clockwise, from left A Monterey-style house on Normandy Drive shows Ford’s mastery of eclectic styles. While not typical of Atlanta, this house is a great example of a Colonial Revival adaptation of the Monterey style. Ford’s senior yearbook picture at Georgia Tech. Designed in 1984, this Valley Road residence was one of Ford’s last commissions, and interior designer David Byars was an important collaborator on this house. A detail of the room’s mantel. The elegantly simple design on Andrews Drive is focused around a Georgian entry with segmented arch and transom. Ford designed this home on Knollwood Drive in 1951. The irregular, picturesque massing suggests an English manor or French eclectic inspiration. However, the interior has a formal Regency style. The eclectic design may have been inspired by Shutze’s McRae house (1927-29) on nearby Habersham Road.
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ABOUT THE CATHEDRAL ANTIQUES SHOW 40 years of Passion and Compassion THE CATHEDRAL ANTIQUES SHOW BEGAN IN 1969 as a humble project to raise money for the Cathedral of St. Philip’s building fund. Throughout the years, it slowly developed into one of Atlanta’s most successful charitable fundraisers. After suspending the Antiques Show for extensive renovations to Child Hall for several years, the Episcopal Church Women voted to change their purpose and oﬀer all of the proceeds to a carefully chosen and deserving charitable organization. With hundreds of volunteers, devoted leadership and support by the Church and the community, the Cathedral Antiques Show has given away three million dollars and put a spotlight on many diﬀerent charities. It has become a true partnership between the Episcopal Church Women and the hardworking charitable organizations. By showcasing a diﬀerent charity every year, the Antiques Show truly embodies the mission of the church in giving and outreach. Read more about this year’s selected organization, Hearts Everywhere Reaching Out for Children, Inc.’s (HERO) on page 30.
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2011 COMMITTEE 2011 SHOW CHAIRMEN Cindra Brown & Susan Graham 2011 HONORARY CHAIRMAN Mrs. Catherine W. Dukehart PAST SHOW CHAIRMEN 2010 Mrs. John T.W. Mercer 2009 Mrs. Michael R. Flock 2008 Mrs. Patrick H. Grayson III 2007 Mrs. J. Thomas Ford 2006 Mrs. John W. Robitscher 2005 Mrs. Marshall L. Brown 2004 Mrs. Drury W. Ghegan 2003 Mrs. William J. Bomar 2002 Mrs. Joseph H. Carey 2001 Mrs. David H. Gray 2000 Mrs. William W. Espy & Mrs. Rex Morris, Jr. 1999 Mrs. Wesley R. Vawter III 1998 Mrs. Randy Rizor 1997 Mrs. Gus J. Bennett 1996 Mrs. Leonard H. Seawell III 1995 Mrs. Walter Perrin 1994 Mrs. Larry D. Burns 1993 Mrs. Theodore J. Bender III 1992 Mrs. T. Emmette Thrower 1991 Mrs. Lamar L. Fleming 1990 Mrs. Charles E. Elrod, Jr 1989 Mrs. Lawrence R. Cowart 1988 Mrs. Eric Eastwood 1987 Mrs. Orlan R. Swennes 1986 Mrs. Barry L. Frazier 1985 Mrs. Harry V. Lamon, Jr. 1984 Mrs. Henry B. Moog, Jr. 1980 Mrs. George C. Roberts 1979 Mrs. Winford R. Bishop 1978 Mrs. Charles J. Ingraham 1977 Mrs. Gaynor Collester 1976 Mrs. Rudolf Siegel 1975 Mrs. William N. Kennon 1974 Mrs. L. Roscoe Walker 1973 Mrs. Eric Eastwood 1972 Mrs. Samuel N. Roberts 1971 Mrs. Ralph L. Robinson 1970 Mrs. Edward S. Croft, Jr. 1969 Mrs. Charles E. Gammage & Mrs. Thomas T. Flagler, Jr. 40th annual
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40th Annual Cathedral Antiques Show and Tour of Homes
IT IS AN HONOR AND A PRIVILEGE FOR US, as the 2011 Cathedral Antiques Show and Tour of Homes Co-Chairmen, to welcome you to this great event on the occasion of its 40th Anniversary. What began as a small fundraiser for the church building fund in 1969 has become a multi-faceted community event. Since 1984, all show proceeds have been donated “oﬀ the hill” and our eﬀorts have contributed almost thee million dollars to Atlanta-area community organizations. It is a tribute to the passion of hundreds of volunteers, enthusiastic past chairmen, generous sponsors and the Cathedral clergy and staﬀ that the Cathedral Antiques Show and Tour of Homes continues to thrive! This year we have selected H.E.R.O. for Children, Inc. to be the beneﬁciary of the event proceeds. Created in 2003 by two recent graduates of the University of Georgia, H.E.R.O.’s mission is to improve the quality of life for a group of children often overlooked in today’s society, those that are aﬀected or infected by the HIV/AIDS virus. Such children struggle with hostility, grief and anxiety about the disease, and about trusting others with information that causes fear among many. H.E.R.O. provides support to these children through mentoring relationships, life skills training and a variety of “unforgettable” experiences. Your support of this year’s Show and Tour will enable H.E.R.O. to expand its outreach to these children in need. We are delighted to recognize Mrs. Catherine W. Dukeheart as this year’s Honorary Chairman. Kitty’s support of the Show and Tour over the years, as well the love and time she has given to many other community organizations is an ideal illustration of this year’s show theme, “Passion with a Purpose”. What a wonderful array of events we have waiting for you this year, at the doors of the Cathedral of St. Philip and beyond! On Sunday and Monday, January 30-31, we encourage you to explore ﬁve beautiful examples of elegant homes in the Buckhead area of Atlanta. Unique to the Tour this year is our own Inspiration House! The Deanery, located next to the Cathedral on Andrews Drive, has been renewed and restored by a group of talented designers and craftsmen with the goal of using just a few antiques in their spaces. The Inspiration House will be open during the Tour of Homes, the Antiques Show and the weekend following the Show. From Thursday, February 3 through Saturday, February 5, we invite you into our Cathedral home to explore and shop the world of antiques. We have a wonderful lineup of speakers, including Suzanne Kasler, William T. Baker, and Vince and Barbara Dooley, all eager to share their knowledge and expertise! Have a family heirloom you’ve wanted to have appraised? Our appraisal team will be available on Thursday and Friday to help you discover that unknown treasure. Come spend the day with us and enjoy a delectable lunch or complimentary afternoon tea during your visit! The Cathedral of St. Philip is a special home to both of us and our fellow parishioners. We thank you for visiting us during this very special anniversary event and for helping us to continue our tradition of working with passion for a purpose!
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Grace to you, and peace! ON BEHALF OF THE PEOPLE of the Cathedral Parish of St. Philip, I welcome you to the 2011 Cathedral Antiques Show. I also welcome you to this church, established in 1847 as the ﬁrst Episcopal Church in Atlanta. We moved to our present location here in Buckhead in 1932, and we have grown tremendously since then. The Cathedral Antiques Show began 40 years ago as a small and seasonal fund-raiser, and is now so tremendous that it requires a year-round commitment. I thank the Episcopal Church Women of the Cathedral for starting this ministry which has now donated almost three million dollars to charitable organizations. This year I particularly thank Cindra Brown and Susan Graham, our Co-Chairs. They have organized hundreds of volunteers in creating this week-long event. I also salute Mrs. Catherine W. “Kitty” Dukehart, who is this year’s Honorary Chair. Kitty has demonstrated her love for this parish and its outreach eﬀorts through her time and talents, as well as service in our community, for many years. Obviously, we delight in the antiques presented here, in a show considered one of the ﬁnest in the Southeast. But this eﬀort involves more than antiques! This is also a wonderful ministry of outreach, supporting our wider community and this year we are especially celebrating “40 Years of Passion with a Purpose”! The proceeds this year have been designated for “H.E.R.O. for Children” (Hearts Everywhere Reaching Out for Children, Inc.). I urge you to learn more about this organization, founded in 2003 by two University of Georgia students who have been following their passion to improve the quality of life for children in Atlanta who are infected or aﬀected by the HIV/AIDS virus. H.E.R.O. provides mentoring relationships, life skills training, recreational activities and a wide variety of life-expanding experiences to a group of children that is often overlooked and even shunned. I thank each of you for visiting the Cathedral today, and I invite you to return for other occasions of service and prayer. We are open daily, and this is truly a house of prayer for all people. Your presence helps us fulﬁll that mission of openness and hospitality! May God bless you always,
The Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler Dean of the Cathedral 40th annual
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G. SERGEANT ANTIQUES BOOTH A - Tom Farkas 88 Main St. N, Woodbury, CT 06798 gsergeant.com; email@example.com (203) 266-4177
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BOOTH N - Peter & Rod Tinkler P.O. Box 911, Woodstock, IL 60098 firstname.lastname@example.org; (815) 337-3990
BOOTH B - Ellen & Jack Prestia 484 14th St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 thebigchandelier.com; (404) 872-3332
BOOTH O - Mo Wajselﬁsh P.O. Box 1676, Sandwich, MA 02563 leatherwoodantiques.com; email@example.com (508) 420-1433
OLIVIER FLEURY, INC.
BOOTH C/D - Rick Bevilacqua 165 Main St., Essex, MA 01929 essex-antiquarians.com; firstname.lastname@example.org (978) 768-4544
BOOTH P - Olivier Fleury 805 S. Orlando Ave., Suite H, Winter Park, FL 32789 oﬂeury.com; oﬂeury@comcast.net (610) 247-9096, cell (610) 247-9096
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BOOTH E - Patty Gibbs 525 S. Main St., Greenville, MS 38701 linasinteriors.com; email@example.com (800) 459-5462, (662) 332-7226
THE CRESCENT COLLECTION, LTD. BOOTH F - Anne Bowers & Catherine Burris 2917 Camden Park Pl., Charlotte, NC 28210 firstname.lastname@example.org Anne (704) 365-1673, Catherine (704) 651-5242
ESTATE JEWELERS OF HIGH NDS BOOTH G - Terry Johnson 388 Main St., Highlands, NC 28741 email@example.com; (828) 526-1960
LINDA KETTERLING ANTIQUES BOOTH H - Linda Ketterling 3202 E. Lincolnshire Blvd., Toledo, OH 43606 firstname.lastname@example.org; (419)536-5531
ED WEISSMAN, ANTIQUARIAN BOOTH I - Ed Weismann 110 Chapel St., Portsmouth, NH 03801 edweissmanantiques.com; email@example.com (603) 431-7575
AMERICAN EAGLE ANTIQUES BOOTH J - Bim & Nancy Byers 29210 Grandview St., Harrison Township, MI 48045 firstname.lastname@example.org (586) 463-7406, cell (586) 663-8259
BOOTH K - Joan and Harry Kravets 911 Suite William Ct. SE, Leesburg, VA 20175 email@example.com; (703) 777-9379, cell (571) 246-4242
THOMAS M. FORTNER ANTIQUES BOOTH L - Tom Fortner 581 Goodwyn Cv., Memphis, TN 38111 firstname.lastname@example.org; (901) 452-3207
TRACE MAYER ANTIQUES BOOTH M - Trace Mayer 3700 Lexington Rd., Louisville, KY 40207 tracemayer.com; email@example.com (502) 899-5335, cell (502) 797-2347
BOOTH 3C - Norman Weingarden 352 River Rd., Jonesboro, GA 30236 firstname.lastname@example.org (770) 477-1954, cell (248) 953-6029
BOOTH 3D - Margaret M. & Joseph E. Martines 516 East Washington St., Chagrin Falls, OH 44022 email@example.com; (440) 247-6421
BOOTH 3E - John Forster P. O. Box 25502, Sarasota, FL 34277 barometerfair.com; firstname.lastname@example.org (941) 400-7044
BOOTH Q - Jane Harper Hicklin 103 Church St., Charleston, SC 29401 charlestonrenaissancegallery.com; email@example.com; (843) 723-0025
BOOTH 3F - Karen Austin 3021 W Clay St., Richmond, VA 23230 firstname.lastname@example.org; (804) 402-1760, (804) 340-4740
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BOOTH R - David & Elizabeth Lindquist 1213 East Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27514 whitehallantiques.com; email@example.com; (919)942-3179
DONALD STORRAR BETHUNE ANTIQUES
BOOTH S - Donald Bethune 1121 Oakcliff Rd., Macon, GA 31211 firstname.lastname@example.org; (478) 952-8206
MICHAEL J. WHITMAN ANTIQUES
BOOTH T - Michael J. Whitman 427 Bethlehem Pike, Fort Washington, PA 19034 michaeljwhitmanantiques.com; email@example.com; (215) 646-8639
BOOTH U - Lisa & Steve Sherwood 57 North Jackson St., Suite 101, Forsyth, GA 31029 firstname.lastname@example.org (478) 731-3709, (478) 994-9995
JOSEPH M. HAYES ANTIQUES BOOTH V - Joseph Hayes 653 Euclaire Ave., Bexley, OH 43209 email@example.com; (614) 561-7104
BOOTH 3G - Bruce & Kathy Shelton 5133 Harding Rd., B-10, PMB 392, Nashville, TN 37205 sheltongallery.com; firstname.lastname@example.org (615) 477-6221
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BOOTH 3H - Bruce & Barbara Johnson 12 Bernard Ln., Kennebunk, ME 04043 (207) 251-6437
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BOOTHS 3I & 3J - Howard Price 1531 North Palmway , Lake Worth, FL 33460 hpﬁneprints.com; hpﬁneart@aol.com; (404) 456-3536
BOOTH 3K - Josephine M. Arader 1016 Madison Ave., New York City, NY 10021 aradergalleries.com; email@example.com (707) 225-4571
VINTAGE LINENS BY LOIS
BOOTH 3L - Lois Lamb 4268 Persimmon Woods Dr., N. Charleston, SC 29420 vintagelinens.com; firstname.lastname@example.org (843) 225-4268, cell (843) 810-1200
DANA KELLY ORIENTAL RUGS
BOOTH 3M - Duane Bateman P.O. Box 53016, Atlanta, GA 30355 goldleafantiques.com; email@example.com (404) 233-1112
SEASONAL ANTIQUES & VINTAGE COLLECTABLES
BOOTH W - Dell &Dana Kelly 829 Chevy Chase Pl., Lexington, KY 40502 firstname.lastname@example.org; (859)266-7802
BOOTH 3A - Jerry & Marsha Ritch 6407 Transit Rd., East Amherst, NY 14051 eastamherstantiques.com; email@example.com (716) 553-8055
THE ENSINGER COLLECTION BOOTH 3B - Gail Ensinger 610 11th Ave., Surfside Beach, SC 29575 firstname.lastname@example.org; (828) 329-8910
NORMAN R. WEINGARDEN FINE ART & ANTIQUES
BOOTH 3N - Emily Phillips 137 Bordeaux Way, Braselton, GA 30517 email@example.com (770) 307-1664, (404) 316-1001
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Gala Preview Party
Sponsored by Arrow Exterminators and Harry Norman Realtors WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 6:30–9 P.M. Catered by Chateau St. Michelle Vineyards and Winery, Jerry Dilts & Associates SPECIAL PERFORMANCE BY FRANCINE REED Cocktail attire Cathedral of St. Philip 2744 Peachtree Rd. NW, Atlanta 30305 Donation: $150 Ticket includes “Run of the Show” admission
Special Evening Lecture & Reception Sponsored by Wilmington Trust
Coach Vince Dooley “Georgia Football, Then and Now” FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 7 P.M. Coach Dooley is a founding board member of show beneﬁciary, H.E.R.O. for Children, Inc. Lecture will be followed by Q&A session and book signing for his newest book, Vince Dooley’s Garden, the Horticultural Journey of a Football Coach. Donation: $50.00, includes a post-lecture reception. Catering courtesy of James Beard nominee Hugh Acheson of Five and Ten, Athens and Empire State South, Atlanta.
Learning Lectures Daily tickets inlcude complimentary admission to Learning Lectures for the day PAMELA TIDWELL Porcelain Expert “Historical Overview of Porcelain – Past to Present” Thursday, February 3, 10:30 a.m. (Limited Seating) MICKEY GULLIA Furniture Restorer “Home Care of Antiques” Friday, February 4, 10:30 a.m. SUZANNE KASLER & WILLIAM T. BAKER Interior Designer and Architect “Legacies; Creating the Classic Homes of Tomorrow, Today” Friday, February 4, 2:00 p.m. MRS. BARBARA DOOLEY “Renovating Our Home” Saturday, February 5, 11:00 a.m. 40th annual
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Thursday, February 3 and Friday, February 4 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Donation is Daily Admission plus $10 per item, 3rd item $5, with a maximum of three items. No ﬁrearms, coins, stamps or ﬁne jewelry.
Thirty-ﬁve exhibitors offering ﬁne 18th and 19th antiques, furniture, paintings, textiles, porcelain, jewelry, silver and more.
DEBORAH B. ABERNETHY, ISA-CAPP
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 10:30 A.M.–7 P.M. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 10:30 A.M.–8:30 P.M. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 10 A.M.–4 P.M.
1266 West Paces Ferry Rd., Suite 213, Atlanta 30327 firstname.lastname@example.org; (404) 262-2131 Specializes in antiques and residential contents, ﬁne art, insurance replacement, value and damage claims, textiles and Oriental rugs.
Donation: $20 in advance, $25 at door for daily admission Daily ticket includes admission to the Show, Learning Lectures for the day, Inspiration House and complimentary afternoon tea.
3645 Peachtree Rd. NE, #104, Atlanta 30319 email@example.com; (404) 842-0567 Specializes in antiques, ﬁne arts and residential contents.
Donation for “Run of the Show” admission: $50 Includes daily admission to all three days of show, all Learning Lectures, Inspiration House and complimentary afternoon tea.
Tour of Homes Sponsored by Arrow Exterminators and Harry Norman, Realtors SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 12:30-5 P.M. MONDAY, JANUARY 31. 10 A.M.–3 P.M. Donation: $30 Tour of Homes tickets will contain addresses of ﬁve elegant Buckhead-area homes, including the Inspiration House, that are open for touring.
Inspiration House 2799 Andrews Dr. NW, Atlanta 30305 Parking at the Cathedral of St. Philip Donation: $10 or “Run of the Show” ticket, “Daily Show Ticket or Tour of Homes ticket
DAYS AND HOURS OF OPERATION Sunday, January 30, 12:30 p.m.–5 p.m. Monday, January 31, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Thursday, February 3, 10:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Friday, February 4, 10:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m. Saturday, February 5, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Thursday, February 10, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Friday, February 11, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Saturday, February 12, 10 a.m.–4 pm.
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ANDREA BOYLES, ISA A. Boyles Appraisal and Estate Services 220 Shallow Springs Ct., Roswell 30075 firstname.lastname@example.org; (770) 641-8967 Specializes in antiques, artwork, silver, collectibles, ivory, dolls, clocks, residential contents, estate liquidation sales and appraisal fairs.
LOUIS V. CRAIG, JD, USPAP Craig/Southeast Appraisal Service 109 Great Oaks Ln., Roswell 30075 email@example.com; (404) 932-8130 Specializes in estate evaluation, equitable distributions, gifts, business and personal property.
PHILIP HAWKINS, ISA, AM Hawkins Appraisal Services 4291 Briarcliff Rd. NE, Atlanta 30345 firstname.lastname@example.org; 404-320-7275 Specializes in estate and insurance appraisals, antiques, decorative arts, residential contents, furniture, silver, porcelains, glass and collectibles.
SELMA PAUL, ISA, AM Appraisal & Liquidation Services 7625 Yacht Club Dr., Cumming 30041 email@example.com; (770) 888-8808 Specializes in antiques, art, jewelry, collectibles, brokerage and estate consultations.
JEANNIE BARRETT-STANCA, ASA Barrett Studio 965 Bloomﬁeld Dr., Lawrenceville 30044 firstname.lastname@example.org; (770) 500-7579 Specializes in antiques, collectibles and ﬁne arts, especially Western European and North American art such as watercolor, oil and acrylic paintings, and sculptures. Additional services include information regarding frames and conservation, insurance and insurance claims.
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Long considered one of the most architecturally signiﬁcant houses in Atlanta, this James Means masterpiece evokes the feel of a country home, yet is located just minutes from central Buckhead. Completed in 1966, the house was a labor of love for Means and the original homeowners, who together painstakingly researched the Virginia Tidewater style of the mid-18th century. Two of the grand James River plantations, Carter’s Grove (c.1755) and Westover (c. 1734), were especially inﬂuential. The bricks, ﬂoors and slate roof were reclaimed, giving the residence a feeling of great age. Recently, the new homeowners hired Norman Askins with project manager Michelle Moody to renovate and expand the house while maintaining the integrity of Means’ original design. The main rooms were basically untouched but the kitchen was reconﬁgured and sympathetic wings were added at both ends of the house. The interiors were updated by Virginian Ralph Harvard, who respected the original architectural details of the house while bringing it into the 21st century. Antique wallpaper from Williamsburg complements the original Chinese paper supplied by decorator David Richmond while comfortable furniture and bright paint colors make the house livable and cheery. Finally, Jeremy Smearman of Planters created a landscape design that enhances the new additions to the home.
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This 1930s Georgian Revival is considered one of the most beautiful homes in Atlanta. The current homeowner fell in love with its charm and grace, and wanted to preserve that feel when she renovated in 2008. The architectural team of Spitzmiller & Norris was hired to bring out the home’s full potential. The traditional ﬂoor plan was enhanced for modern living by opening up the rooms to one another, improving the ﬂow in the process. During the renovation, great care was given to preserving original features of the home, such as the elegant façade, the oak ﬂoors and mantels, and the large entry foyer with a sweeping staircase. The fresh architectural backdrop created the perfect setting for the magniﬁcent decor throughout the house, with interiors by Susan Kingery and the homeowner. The colors are soft and soothing, the style traditional and elegant but with a comfortable feel. Many family antiques and collections, combined with eclectic pieces and vibrant art, give this house a look that is beautifully reﬂective of the owner. The renovation even created a greater connection between the interiors and the beautiful lot, increasing the views and the access to the outdoors. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the new screened porch, which wraps around the back of the house. Karla Morris and Monica Eith were responsible for the interiors of this space; with all the elegance of an indoor room, but with a rustic twist, it feels as if it’s always been there.
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Designed by Clem Ford in the 1950s, this house has a presence from the ﬁrst moment it’s seen at the top of the curving drive. The French Normandy design—with its asymmetrical façade, stone and stucco exterior, slate roof and simple ornamentation—combines a feeling of elegance with the strength characteristic of the architectural style. The clean lines of the exterior complement the soft traditional décor and detailed moldings of the interior. Exquisite antiques, collected by the homeowner, further enhance the feeling of a Buckhead masterpiece. Other one-of-a-kind touches include the beautiful serpentine staircase in the grand entrance of the house, as well as the light-ﬁlled family/living addition and kitchen renovation completed in 2003 by architect Ken Lynch. The 2.4-acre property completes the portrait of this stunning home, with its combination of wooded views and sculpted grounds. Renowned horticulturalist Ryan Gainey designed the landscape; the abundant ﬂowers, terraced gardens and sophisticated hardscape create an intimate connection between the home and its environment.
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The owners of this charming 1940s house fell in love with the residence for its wonderful street presence, great bones and gorgeous lot. All it needed was a careful renovation to make it function for a family with growing children. With architect Linda MacArthur at the helm—assisted by Jane Hollman on kitchen design and Debbie Anderson as design project manager—the goal was to maintain the street character of the house while making the inside more livable for an active family. The ﬁrst ﬂoor was extensively reworked (largely within the original footprint) to create more of a connection between the interiors of the house and the outside views and to create more usable space. Interior designer Margaret Bosbyshell created the serene, uncluttered environment desired by the owners, beautifully incorporating antiques collected from travels all over the world. In 2010, the home’s living spaces were expanded with the addition of a separate pool house; its exterior blends seamlessly with the original house while the interior reﬂects the homeowner’s interest in contemporary, streamlined design. The original design team worked on this project, too, with the addition of Clary Bosbyshell on interior design.
Proud Sponsor of the 40th Annual Cathedral Antiques Show & Tour of Homes. As the exclusive Atlanta affiliate of Christie’s Great Estates, Harry Norman, REALTORS® provides far-reaching exposure and expertise to a qualified audience of homeowners and homebuyers who seek superior service and a distinguished record of success. When it’s time to purchase or sell your important property, we invite you to call upon Harry Norman, REALTORS® to experience local expertise with global connections.
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INSPIRATION HOUSE & TOUR OF HOMES DO YOU NEED SOME NEW IDEAS ON HOW TO USE INHERITED ANTIQUES? Are you trying to make your home more “green” by re-using or repurposing antique or vintage furniture? Or are you just a lover of antiques, period? If you answered ‘yes’ to any or all of these questions, be sure to visit the Inspiration House at the Cathedral Antiques Show. Eight talented interior designers were each invited to adopt a room at the Inspiration House of the Cathedral of St. Philip. Their goal is to demonstrate a fresh approach while including antiques in today’s homes. Some approached the task from a layered, classically traditional viewpoint, while others took a pared-down modern approach; some skillfully blended elements of old and new. The roster of designers includes: Laura Green Thome (foyer and second-ﬂoor landing), Rick Anthony Bonner (keeping room), Marcia Sherrill and Alison Goldwater-Arkin (dining room), Robert Spiotta and James Deadwyler (library), Darcy Harris (bedroom/sitting room), and Terri Vawter and Terry Brown (bedroom). Complementing the varied interior design styles are a completely remodeled and updated kitchen provided by Warner McConaughey of HammerSmith, an updated and refreshed exterior from Harrison Design Associates, and lawns beautifully re-designed by Tim Gartland of Hamilton Land Services, Inc., and Ed Castro of Ed Castro Landscape . For a complete list of participating designers and other participants, please visit cathedralantiques.org.
William Word Fine Antiques 707-709 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia 30324 404-233-6890 www.williamwordantiques.com
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The 2011 Cathedral Antiques Show proudly offers the Inspiration House as part of the event. The Inspiration House is located adjacent to the Cathedral of Saint Phillip. HammerSmith was chosen to design and renovate the kitchen, and would like to thank its associates for their hard work in making the Inspiration House kitchen go from dream to reality.
Come see the 2011 Inspiration House January 30 through February 12 2799 Andrews Drive NW 30305
For tickets, go to www.cathedralantiques.org
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1190 Huff Road, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 351-1217; provenanceonline.com Playing up the nostalgic “European street fair” metaphor, Provenance Antiques boasts a rare and eclectic collection of 18th, 19th and 20th century antique furniture, lighting and decorative objects. The owners, who have deep roots in Europe, hand-select every piece from shops, markets and estates in France, Spain and Italy. The mix of casual elegance with timeless feature pieces makes this shop a stand-out for design connoisseurs and DIY clients alike.
55 Bennett St. NW, #20, Atlanta, GA; (404) 352-0055; interiorsmarket.com Interiors Market has been a favorite destination for almost twenty years by celebrated interior designers and savvy consumers alike. Offering a huge variety of quality antiques, architectural accents, ﬁne art and decorative accessories. Voted best of Atlanta year after year, stop by and see for yourself what everyone loves about Interiors Market. Open six days 10-5pm. Open late until 8pm the ﬁrst Thursday of the month. See you there for hors d'oeuvres and cocktails!
The massive William Word Fine Antiques gallery—at 16,000 square feet, it’s one of Miami Circle’s largest—specializes in museumquality 17th- through 19th-century period English, European and American furniture. The more than 50-year-old family business is renowned for its ﬁne Biedermeier, Rococo and Neoclassical pieces, as well as its inventory of high-end art, lighting, mirrors and accessories. The inventory is hand selected largely in Europe and England and is constantly evolving. Plus, you can ﬁnd most of the inventory on the shop’s website, which is updated daily. The gallery’s atmosphere is inviting, too; pieces are displayed in room-like settings. PURDY'S ANTIQUES
4944 GA Highway 300, Oakfield, Georgia; (229) 347-0217 An importer of ﬁne English and French furniture, Purdy’s Antiques’ proprietor, Jennifer Davis, hand-selects quality antiques from auction as well as designs and manufactures custom furniture. As a designer, Davis strives to provide her clients with only the very best at the very best price. Also available are custom draperies, bedding and pillows. If you can dream it, we can create it at Purdy's Antiques.
660 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; 404-261-2478; acquisitionsinteriors.com Acquisitions carries numerous styles of ﬁne leather chairs and sofas in stock. With three stores and two warehouses, delivery can be immediate.
WORD FINE ANTIQUES
707 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-6890; williamwordantiques.com
4240 Rickenbacker Drive, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 257 0511; huffharrington.com Located on a quiet street in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood, Huff Harrington is an oasis of ﬁne art, carefully curated and displayed in a warm and cozy ranch house. Each of the seven rooms is a neutral backdrop for the gallery’s ever-changing selection of representational, abstract and impressionist art. Owners Ann Huff and Meg Harrington work with a number of emerging and mid-career American and French artists, happily mixing styles and media to create a feast for the eyes and soul. The French blue door is open Monday through Saturday, always welcoming art-lovers, friends and clients to the gallery. Lorraine Christie, In a Silent Way, 30 x 40, oil on canvas
670 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-6333; dearingantiques.com Thirty-three years ago, Gail Dearing had no idea that her love for antique American wicker would mature into one of the longest lived antiques businesses in Atlanta. Originally selling out of her basement, she specialized in vintage wicker that she picked up on back roads of New England. She opened the doors to her shop on Miami Circle in 1984. The family business now includes her daughters, Katie and Betsy. The inventory also includes English and French antique furniture, English majolica, lamps made from Southern pottery and architectural elements, and Russian Impressionist paintings.
FOXGLOVE ANTIQUES AND GALLERY
699 Miami Circle, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 233-0222; foxgloveantiques.com; blog.foxgloveantiques.com
ENGLISHMAN'S FINE FURNISHINGS
More than ﬁfteen exceptional international dealers... all in one convenient Buckhead shop! Foxglove Antiques & Galleries is ﬁlled with the ﬁnest country French, English, Italian and Swedish period antiques, original ﬁne art, Botanica ﬂoral arrangements, unique architectural pieces, one-of-a-kind lamps and even a delicious lunch spot – Foxglove’s own petite café. Foxglove’s dealers search throughout Europe to bring comfortable luxury in timeless antique furniture and accessories... perfect for your castle, cabin or cottage.
4874 South Atlanta Road, Smyrna, Georgia; (404) 351-4464; englishmansfurniture.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Englishman’s Fine Furnishings, makers of high-quality, antique reproduction furniture, offers the ability to enhance interiors and exteriors that juxtapose design with functionality. Highly trained craftsmen create pieces of the ﬁnest timber and traditional veneers. Dining and occasional tables, desks, chairs, sideboards, servers, bookcases, and other furniture are based upon European styles. Englishman’s bronze statuary and terracotta and garden stone collections are accoutrements to adorn homes. Best of all, Englishman’s furnishings can be customized.
EDGAR REEVES LAMPSHADES
425 Peachtree Hills Ave., Suite 16, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 237-1137; edgar-reeves.com
Gold Vase. It is 11 x 14 ANNE IRWIN
25 D Bennett Street, Atlanta, Georgia; (404) 352-1855; anneirwinfineart.com Anne Irwin Fine Art is always looking for exciting artists to bring to the Atlanta market. Christine Bray is Anne’s latest acquisition with an old masters style. Christine’s art is affordable and just the gem so many collectors are looking for.
Edgar-Reeves Lighting and Antiques has supplied one-of-a-kind to discerning designers, decorators and collectors nationwide for more than ten years. Owner/designer Stephanie EdgarReeves creatively adapts European and American antiques, handcrafted pottery, architectural fragments and a variety of other objects into distinctive lamps that provide unique appeal to any room. The shop carries a large inventory of lampshades in a variety of materials, sizes, shapes and colors.
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The Cathedral Antiques Show & Tour of Homes committee would like to express our sincere appreciation to... The staff at Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles for their support and our beautiful program.
All of our corporate and individual sponsors who contributed so generously to H.E.R.O. for Children and the 2011 Show. Our Dean, the Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler, the Cathedral clergy and staff, and members of the Cathedral of St. Philip Our Honorary Chairman, Mrs. Catherine W. Dukehart for being such an inspiration to many! Our 2010 Episcopal Church Women’s President, Leah Wilkerson, our 2011 Episcopal Church Women’s President, Rebekah Sanders, and the 2010/2011 ECW Board. Barbara Morgan for hosting our committee “kick-off ” coffee and our past Show Chairmen who lent their gracious hospitality. Atlanta Decorative Arts Center for the magical backdrop for our 40th Anniversary Celebration and to Avenue Catering Concepts, especially David Covell & Amanda Gerhardt, for being our partners “extraordinaire” who provided the most delicious cuisine and exceptional service. Tiger Mountain Vineyards for the wine. Steve & Carrie Penley for the invitation artwork and Jeffrey Baker for creating the invitation. Julia Hawkins & David Reeb for the entertainment. Entertainment Design Group, especially Rick Clark, Steve Guy and Wilbur Guy for signs, walls, guidance and wisdom! Marcia Weber Gardens to Love, especially, Marcia Weber, Hugh Brownlee and Mark Fleming for creating a beautiful garden in the Atrium. Jerry Dilts Catering, especially Jerry Dilts and David MacGilvray for always exceeding our expectations with legendary food and service. To Francine Reed for the performance. To Chateau Ste. Michelle for the wonderful wines and Heinken for the beer. Our outstanding dealers who continue to make this Atlanta’s oldest and most prestigious antiques show; our speakers Pam Tidwell, Mickey Gullia, Suzanne Kasler, William T. Baker, Coach Vince Dooley, and Barbara Dooley. In addition, to our appraisers who lend their expertise as well as our Tour of Homes’ homeowners for graciously inviting us into their elegant homes. The team of designers, architects and landscapers who have pulled together our ﬁrst ever “Inspiration House.” The incredible 2011 Antiques Show Committee for all of your time and talents, especially our Committee Chairmen whose leadership and dedication made this event possible! The most amazing group of Past Show Chairmen who tirelessly continue to lend their support, wisdom and talents. Our husbands, Marshall Brown and Bart Graham, plus our children, Lauren, Madison, and Rivers for their love and support.
Deadwyler offers an exceptional collection of period furniture and art from several continents and centuries, with emphasis on English antiques of the “Golden Age” and contemporary paintings & drawings.
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H.E.R.O. CHARITY HEARTS EVERYWHERE REACHING OUT for Children, Inc.’s (HERO) mission is to improve the quality of life for children infected with and aﬀected by HIV/AIDS in Georgia through enriching programs, unforgettable experiences and connections with the community. The organization was founded in 2003 to address an unmet need-quality of life care for children aﬀected by HIV/AIDS. HERO deﬁnes quality of life as the degree to which an individual enjoys physical, social and emotional well-being, and sees him or herself as being able to experience future success and fulﬁllment. HERO grew from a start-up cause in donated oﬃce space to an organization that raised over one million dollars in its ﬁfth year. A portion of those funds were developed through college philanthropy organizations at the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech. Almost all of HERO’s original board members, including Vince Dooley (former UGA Athletic Director) and Mark Richt (UGA Head Football Coach), remain actively involved and very supportive of HERO’s mission. HERO currently impacts more than 500 children through 18,000 hours of care with more than a thousand volunteers annually. Approximately 33 percent of HERO children are HIV positive and 67 percent are aﬀected, meaning an infected parent/guardian, sibling or residential relative. Nearly 25 percent have lost a parent to HIV/AIDS related complications. HERO serves a predominantly low-income population, and provides all services free of charge. The organization oﬀers one-on-one mentoring, life skills education, a summer camp, reading enrichment, holiday gifts, and a variety of recreational activities and events to its clientele. Several children have been involved with HERO programs since the agency began, and some have gone on to college.
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HERO’s Executive Director, Donna Drakes says, “I am extremely grateful to have been selected as the 2011 Cathedral Antiques Show and Tour of Homes beneﬁciary. This wonderful partnership will facilitate program expansion at HERO, as well as raise awareness of the eﬀects of pediatric AIDS in Georgia.” The event co-Chair, Cindra Brown adds, “The mutually beneﬁcial partnership between the 2011 show and HERO is inspiring. Our goal is to highlight and raise support for an often overlooked population.” Susan Graham, who also serves as the event co-Chair, states, “We are excited to have the opportunity to help increase awareness of this vibrant organization in the Atlanta community!” HERO is positioned to address the unique needs of children whose futures are aﬀected by this life-altering pandemic. It is providing them the chance to blossom into responsible adults who, in turn, will become positive contributors of tomorrow.
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Last December, a new design paradigm was ushered into Atlanta as two dozen of the city’s top designers gathered to redeﬁne local style. Our showhouse at The Mansion on Peachtree—41 stories above the city’s iconic boulevard—was the site of this design metamorphosis. And while the rooms were ephemeral, their inﬂuence on the NEW LOOK OF ATLANTA STYLE will be everlasting.
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ERICA GEORGE DINES; PRODUCED BY CLINTON SMITH
The view from our recent showhouse on the 41st ﬂoor of The Mansion on Peachtree, A Rosewood Hotel & Residence.
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SOMETHING MAGICAL HAPPENS WHEN YOU GATHER THE CITY’S TOP DESIGNERS UNDER ONE ROOF AND GIVE EACH OF THEM CARTE BLANCHE TO DECORATE A ROOM. THAT’S WHAT TRANSPIRED AT OUR RECENT SHOWHOUSE. THE RESULT: BESIDES DAZZLING, WE CALL IT A DESIGN REVOLUTION.
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Through originality, self expression and exacting execution, the arbiters of style who created our recent showhouse pushed Atlanta design to a new level. The result: a collaborative that created its own set of design rules in the process. Their expertise and artistry, exhibited in the following 26-page portfolio, will inspire you to create your own design rules—and know how to break them! WRITTEN BY KATE ABNEY, SEJA L BHIMA, AMY SAXON & CLIN TON SMITH PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERICA GEORGE DINES PRODUCED AND STYLED BY CLINTON SMITH
+ 2010 will go down as the year that classic and contemporary design collided—and nobody noticed, proving the point that people don’t have to choose to live one way or the other. At the recent Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Christmas House, the question “What style is it?” proved to be a moot point, since it was shown that all looks can coexist beautifully. Comprising two residences on the 41st ﬂoor of The Mansion on Peachtree, A Rosewood Hotel & Residence, the rooms in this year’s showhouse were nearly impossible to label, as many served multiple functions—namely: guest room as home office and den as breakfast room—a true indication of our multitasking lives. And while the way we live has changed considerably since the ﬁrst Christmas House 36 years ago, we think the future looks brighter than ever.
+ GILT TRIP This jewel box of a dining room is a testament to designer Beth Webb’s showhouse mantra. “It’s where you can do your best work and really push the envelope,” she says, “because, essentially, you are your own client.” Webb brought to life her vision of an elegant dinner party by outﬁtting the room with enchanting items such as dark Moser crystal, a Paul Ferrante chandelier and Hermès china and ﬂatware. The room’s signature amethyst-and-gold scheme is most noticeable in a velvet settee. The plush custom piece shakes up conventional seating and gives guests a comfortable spot to linger long after dessert. “I like people to sit down for a long, luxurious dinner,” says Webb. “Once they’re seated, I like guests to stay there and feel all cozied up.”
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BREAK THE RULES Beth Webb softened this angular space with some help from Raymond Goins, who hand-painted the striking walls. “Horizontal stripes are usually found in powder rooms or children’s bedrooms,” says Webb, “but this solution turned out to be a beautiful focal point that not only creates an uplifting optical illusion, but really envelopes you in the space.”
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dining room WALLS RAYMOND GOINS FROM RL GOINS CHANDELIER & PEDESTALS PAUL FERRANTE THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH & ASSOC. CHINA AND FLATWARE HERMÈS SETTEE EDWARD FERRELL THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH CHAIRS NANCY CORZINE THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH TABLE CAMERON COLLECTION THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH CRYSTAL 1925 MOSER THROUGH J. CLAYTON SPEARS & CO. RUG EDWARD FIELDS THROUGH TAI PING CARPETS CONSOLE & BAMBOO COLUMN LAMPS PARC MONCEAU FINE ANTIQUES & ACCESSORIES SILK SHADES EDGAR-REEVES RAINWATER CHEST & LAMPS NANCY CORZINE THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH MIRROR MCLAIN THROUGH AINSWORTHNOAH GILT STANDS A. TYNER ANTIQUES
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PAINTING THE CEILIN INTIMATE, COCOON-L G, TRIM AND WALLS THE SAME COLOR IN AS MELTED DARK CH IKE EFFECT. AND WHEN IN A SPACE LIKE THE LIVING ROOM CREATES AN OCOLATE, WHO WOU TH LD WANT TO LEAVE? IS ONE, WHICH LOOKS AS TASTY
living room STITCHED COWHIDE RUG STARK CARPET WINDOW TREATMENT AND CLUB CHAIR FABRICS JIM THOMPSON BURMESE CARVED CHAIR DESIGNER’S OWN APPLIQUÉ PILLOW HOLLAND & SHERRY THROUGH JERRY PAIR LEATHER BOOKS A. TYNER ANTIQUES MANTEL FRANCOIS & CO. PAINTING OVER MANTEL DOUG GLOVASKI THROUGH SEARS-PEYTON GALLERY ALBERT HADLEY SKETCHES DESIGNER’S OWN INK STUDIES AND OILS ON PAPER T. BOTERO GALLERIES ALL OTHER RESOURCES MRS. HOWARD
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BREAK THE RULES A rich shade of brown was bold and a little unexpected for Phoebe Howard, who typically gravitates toward soft, creamy colors. The resulting living room is a little on the masculine side, but it still has the freshness and polish this decorator is known for. A high-gloss paint finish, mimicking lacquer, ups the ante on the room’s elegance.
+ GRACEFUL & GRAPHIC In Phoebe Howard’s take on the classic wood-paneled library, glossy dark brown paint uniﬁes the room’s many angles and soffits, allowing them to recede into the single-tone backdrop. Four narrow bookcases were given graphic punch with a mix of ceramic vessels, antique books and a special collection of six original Albert Hadley sketches, set in Lucite. The room’s masculine effects are tempered by cream-colored upholstery that appears to “ﬂoat” amid a stitched cowhide rug, its geometric motif echoed by cutouts in the sheer window panels, a graphic pillow made from luxurious Holland & Sherry fabric and a painting by New York artist Doug Glovaski. Howard’s signatures— symmetry, softness and selective editing—keep the look classic and clean above all.
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BREAK THE RULES “Most of what I did in the space could be considered breaking the rules,” says Tish Mills. “The combination of furniture, the combination of colors, and the contemporary and organic nature of items placed right next to each other. This design was a living experiment. I wanted to explore what that meant to me.”
breakfast room CUSTOM GEODE DINING TABLE HARMONIOUS LIVING BY TISH MILLS SETTEE CHARLES POLLOCK THROUGH ERNEST GASPARD & ASSOC. CHANDELIER IRONWARE INTERNATIONAL THROUGH ERNEST GASPARD ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG MOATTAR LTD. UPHOLSTERED STOOLS CUSTOM FROM ROMO FABRIC CHEST WILLIAM SWITZER THROUGH ERNEST GASPARD PAINTINGS OLENA ZVYAGINTSEVA AND CLEM BEDWELL THROUGH TEW GALLERIES PILLOWS CUSTOM FABRICATED FROM ROMO FABRIC CRYSTAL SPECIMENS HARMONIOUS LIVING BY TISH MILLS kitchen CABINETRY DCD KITCHEN & BATH STUDIO HARDWARE LIBERTY HARDWARE MARBLE MARMI NATURAL STONE RANGE WOLF
+ SIMPLY STRIKING Jeffrey Reed complemented the cherry cabinetry in this kitchen with striking Montclair marble countertops. Considering the room’s diminutive size, Reed continued the same marble up the backsplash. “Bringing in too many elements into this small kitchen would have made it look overdone,” he says. “Instead, the toned down look creates the illusion of a larger kitchen.”
BREAK THE RULES “A chandelier would have been too formal in this space, so multiple pendants proved to be unexpected and just the right fit,” says Jeffrey Reed.
+ NATURAL BEAUTY Tish Mills describes her breakfast room as “the most contemporary space she’s ever done.” Inspired by modern-day Berlin, the designer called upon a variety of textures, styles and colors—chartreuse, amethyst, orange and white. Imagining the home to be the Atlanta crash pad for a globe-trotting couple, Mills cocooned the space by hanging art over two windows and establishing vignettes that encourage viewers to look north out the window above the intimate dining nook. A walnut table with an irregular edge represents one of Mills’ most personal new ventures; embedded with real amethyst, it brings nature indoors in a calming way. A white-upholstered settee grounds the space, but pillows made from edgy Romo fabrics and a tangerine rug from Moattar give it a little punch.
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BREAK THE RULES Black may seem a daring shade choice for this small space, but Amy D. Morris explains that “black allowed the finish of the chandelier to pop the most, and allowed for a large range of color choices. I didn’t want the room to be ordinary. We played with many colors against the black, and the bold selections of chartreuse, teal and burnt orange gave me the element of surprise that I was looking for.”
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+ WHIMSICAL WELCOME In this multifunctional space, Amy D. Morris used bold textures as well as pops of burnt copper and chartreuse against ink-black walls—all reﬂected through a staggering custom mirror—to entice the sophisticated dweller to pause to reﬂect for a moment. The vision began with an enchanting chandelier from R Hughes; its dramatic splays of bronze are echoed in accents throughout the room. From the porter’s chair to the hammered iron-and-glass shelves to the Plexiglas desk ﬂoating in the center of the space, each feature is carefully positioned to create a unique sense of ﬂuidity.
retreat DAYBED CUSTOM BY AMY D. MORRIS INTERIORS DAYBED FABRIC GAINSBOROUGH BY SCHUMACHER MIRROR CUSTOM BY CAROLINE BUDD CHANDELIER LUMIERE CHANDELIER THROUGH R HUGHES PORTER’S CHAIR COUP D’ETAT THROUGH R HUGHES VINTAGE PLEXIGLAS DESK FOXGLOVE ANTIQUES LEATHER DESK CHAIRS MARCALI THROUGH R HUGHES RUG MOATTAR LTD. TYPEWRITER ART ANDRE PETTERSON THROUGH PRYOR FINE ART GOLD SHELVES CUSTOM BY BRADLEY HUGHES SCONCES MELISSA SCONCE BY THE URBAN ELECTRIC CO. IRONBASE OCCASIONAL TABLE HOLLY HUNT THROUGH JERRY PAIR HANS HOURGLASS TABLE IN POLISHED BRONZE BY JONATHAN ADLER THROUGH PIECES BRONZE SEA URCHINS PIECES MAGNIFYING GLASS HILLHOUSE RUG MOATTAR, LTD.
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BREAK THE RULES “The room ended up with so much furniture in such a small space,” notes Stephen Boyd, but installing several pieces in tight quarters is something this designer doesn’t shy away from, and it’s one reason his rooms are considered so comfortable. “My work is not usually described as sparse,” he laughs. study 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN COMMODE REGALO ANTIQUES GILDED MIRROR CUSTOM ABBEY MIRROR THROUGH BRADLEY HUGHES CHANDELIER SUNBURST PENDANT BY TONY DUQUETTE FOR REMAINS LIGHTING SOFA CUSTOM THROUGH BRADLEY HUGHES PAGODA LAMPS ON STANDS TONY DUQUETTE FOR BAKER FURNITURE RUG MOATTAR LTD. OIL PAINTING DONNA HUGHES THROUGH BRADLEY HUGHES ALL FABRICS JIM THOMPSON terrace FURNISHINGS MICHAEL TAYLOR DESIGNS BOTANICAL DESIGN POLLEN FABRIC JIM THOMPSON
+ OPULENCE REIGNS This study by Hutton Wilkinson for Tony Duquette, created in concert with Atlantan Stephen Boyd, is marked by maximum comforts, due in large part to an ample mix of furnishings covered in the former’s latest fabrics for Jim Thompson. In fact, the room was enveloped in these textiles with abandon: upholstered walls, sumptuous curtain panels, folding screens and more displaying a range of colors and motifs. “Duquetterie,” the elegant fabric used for the folding screens, was inspired by the design of a chest Duquette designed for Elsie de Wolfe in 1941, and this showhouse marks its ﬁrst appearance in the U.S. The duo took several opportunities to display Wilkinson’s Tony Duquette licensed pieces for Baker Furniture, as well: shallow niches ﬂanking the ﬁreplace were punctuated by Regency Pagoda Lamps on pedestals, and Sunburst Torcheres on bases ﬂank the terrace wall, giving the room a curated effect. Meanwhile, Wilkinson’s California Sunburst Pendant for Remains Lighting shines from above.
master bedroom BED IRONIES BRANWEN BED THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH & ASSOC. SKIRTED CHAIR AND ALL FABRICS ROSE TARLOW MELROSE HOUSE THROUGH AINSWORTHNOAH GATE-LEG TABLE, PAINTED BLUE STOOL AND TOLE SCONCES PAUL FERRANTE THROUGH AINSWORTHNOAH RUG MASHAD CIRCA-1900 PERSIAN THROUGH SULLIVAN FINE RUGS PAINTED SWEDISH GROTTO CHAIRS A. TYNER ANTIQUES IRON TWIG FLOOR LAMP VAUGHAN THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH EGLOSIME MIRROR MCLAIN WEISAND THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH GOURD LAMPS VAUGHAN THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH HEADRESTS ON IRON STANDS A. TYNER ANTIQUES ART HUFF HARRINGTON FINE ART
BREAK THE RULES “In choosing the linens and the embroidery, I didn’t select the exact browns, blues or greens,” says Liz Williams. “I wanted it to look collected, and not too ‘matchy.’” Indeed, the room gives the impression of one that was not planned at all, but emerged over the years. Even new pieces, like the Paul Ferrante sconces, offer the impression of antique heirlooms.
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+ RESTFUL RETREAT The design for Liz Williams’ master bedroom stemmed from a classic Rose Tarlow fabric she’d been waiting for years to use. It established the palette of greens and blues and, from there, her inspiration grew. A skirted Rose Tarlow chair, with its graceful lines, plays against the stronger shape of the iron bed; draped elegantly with fabric panels, the sleeping spot gains added comfort thanks to an upholstered headboard. Striving for a personal, collected look, Williams combined a variety of pieces, as well as several shades of crisp greens, blues and browns. This made it easy to add favorite ﬁnds into the mix—like a pair of painted Swedish chairs—without throwing off the scheme. Dressmaker details, such as those on the window treatments and softly pleated bedskirt, make the room feel truly special.
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BREAK THE RULES Making the bathrooms an escape from the ordinary, Capella Kincheloe eschewed the utilitarian vanities of yesteryear. “I began designing with the inspiration that each vanity should look like a stand-alone piece of furniture,” she says. master bath TUB AND PLUMB-
+ NATURAL ELEMENTS In a nod to classic California design, Capella Kincheloe brought the outdoors in—41 ﬂoors above ground. The powder room features an oil painting by Jules Cozine that captures the beauty of trees in a variety of vivid shades. Kincheloe takes that color cue and repeats it throughout the room, giving the windowless space an airy quality. In the master bath, opposite, a stump-turned-wood stool and an alabaster bowl pendant against a backdrop of warm creams and oranges play up the designer’s vision of a natural yet luxe environment.
ING FIXTURES ELEGANT ADDITIONS ART TINA STEELE LINDSEY PENDANT LIGHT BJÖRK ANTIKT & STUDIO STOOL IRONIES THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH & ASSOC.
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+ A STAGE FOR LIVING Due to the long, narrow shape of this living room, it was important for designer Susan Ferrier to ﬁrst establish a successful ﬂoorplan. Conversation groups around the room’s perimeter are comfortable and inviting while, in the center of the space, a custom daybed connects them and provides a luxurious spot to lounge. In lieu of a true dining table, Ferrier chose an entry table that is just as convenient for dropping off personal belongings as for eating a formal meal. Eschewing too many accessories, she ﬁlled the large volume over the table with a low-slung chandelier. Although it’s oversize, the ﬁxture has a lightweight look that doesn’t overpower the framed photography beyond; plus, it’s balanced by compact lanterns nestled softly within the wall of drapery—hinting ever so slightly at the outdoors within view. Custom furnishings—many by David Iatesta—plus Continental antiques and Bobby McAlpine’s signature pieces for MacRae give the room its strong character, while gilded and coppery touches add glamour.
BREAK THE RULES Instead of relying on standard residential furnishings and retrofitting them for the high-rise, Susan Ferrier had pieces custom tailored to fit the unconventional shape of the room. “You’re always trying to heal the angles in a modern dwelling like this, but you can’t ignore them or save them for last,” she says. “Manage the problem, and then soften the edges to make it beautiful. You have to be smart.”
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dining room CUSTOM CHANDELIER CHATEAU BY SOLARIA DINING TABLE DAVID IATESTA GARDEN TABLE THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH & ASSOC. DINING CHAIRS CUSTOM PALLADIO CHAIRS ON CASTERS FEATURING CUSTOM-STENCILED BACKS, SUSAN FERRIER DESIGN BY DOUGLASS WORKROOM PAIR OF WOODEN PEDESTALS AD ANTIQUITY, BIRMINGHAM CIRCA-1780 STONE URNS IN IRON ARMATURES AD ANTIQUITY, BIRMINGHAM ART COLLECTION FROM THE ARCHITECT’S BROTHER BY ROBERT PARKEHARRISON, THROUGH STONEHENGE GALLERY, NASHVILLE COTTON SCRIM DRAPERIES ROSE BRAND ON PHILLIPS METAL WORKS HARDWARE BY THREADS WORKROOM
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COFFEE TABLE DAVID IATESTA PARIS TABLE THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH FRENCH ALTAR STICKS AINSWORTHNOAH METAL BIRD NEST AND EGGS JERRY PAIR GILDED KLISMOS CHAIR DAVID IATESTA MINOAN CHAIR IN GOLD FINISH THROUGH AINSWORTH-NOAH HUDSON SIDE TABLE IN GOLD AINSWORTH-NOAH UPHOLSTERED WAIST STOOL BUNGALOW CLASSIC
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BREAK THE RULES “I looked at this space as an all-purpose room. It’s not your traditional family room or breakfast room, but captures all of those elements in a way,” explains William Peace. “You can read a book and take in the view, face the chairs together and sit down for dinner, or relax and share a cup of coffee with a friend.”
+ ARTISTIC APPROACH Designer William Peace gave this modern den a classic spin with pair of handsome mohair-upholstered chairs and a round cocktail table designed by icons Angelo Donghia and Warren Platner, respectively. A Charles Pﬁester bowl, from Peace’s personal collection, rounds out his nod to timeless design. But artwork is truly the focal point of this pared-down room. “We intentionally wanted to be spare with the furnishings because art is very important in this space,” says Peace. A Margarita Checa bronze infuses the room with movement while an elegant Tom Swanston painting with silver leaf echoes the stainless steel found throughout the den and adjoining kitchen.
den ART “MORNING GLORIES” BY TOM SWANSTON AND “THE SKIN OF HEAVEN” BRONZE BY MARGARITA CHECA, ALL THROUGH BILL LOWE GALLERY CHAIRS DONGHIA COCKTAIL AND SIDE TABLES KNOLL AREA RUG EDWARD FIELDS THROUGH TAI PING CARPETS CANDLESTICKS OWENLAWRENCE kitchen CABINETRY BELL CUSTOM CABINETRY/INSPIRATIONS KITCHEN & BATH HARDWARE MATTHEW QUINN COLLECTION LIGHT FIXTURE DARRYL CARTER THROUGH THE URBAN ELECTRIC CO. ACCESSORIES OWENLAWRENCE terrace ALL ITEMS LUSH LIFE HOME & GARDEN
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BREAK THE RULES Many designers try to fit a dozen motifs into a single space, explains Bill Hudgins, but he believes in keeping things simple—even if it means going against the grain. “In my mind, the composition and mood are what’s important. You focus on the room as a whole, a picture that’s not overly complicated…one seamless composition.”
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+ GRAND PERCEPTION An effortless blend of details makes this kitchen seem much larger than its 200 square feet. Michael Bell, of Inspirations Kitchen & Bath, started with a soft palette of neutrals and then executed ingenious ideas to create a chic minimalistic look that would visually expand the space. Simple curved edges on the center island and in-panel restoration glass on the upper cabinets create a sense of ﬂow. But one of the most unassuming tricks was forgoing a typical backsplash behind the range. “We used travertine with a pillow edge for some visual depth, and then set it in a classic subway tile pattern. It’s clean and elegant, and really helps the room feel bigger,” says Bell.
BREAK THE RULES “Typically, in a small room I would never take the cabinetry or pantry door all the way up to the ceiling,” explains Michael Bell. “But in this kitchen, if the pantry and fridge doors are all closed at once, it creates a beautiful and seamless back wall.”
+ TALL ORDER High-rise living poses challenges in outdoor décor but Bill Hudgins’ terrace, a convergence of Roman and Asian inﬂuences with modern balance and structure, presents a space crafted to withstand the elements. Instead of an abundance of motifs in a single space, Hudgins envisioned a clean, crisp juxtaposition of soft and sharp elements to present a striking focal point. The circular pedestal table and garden stools balance the rectangular patio; together with the angular selenite crystals, the composition seemingly mimics the Atlanta skyline.
+ LUMINOUS LAVATORY The master bath by Barbara Howard is pared down and positively bathed in white, channeling a modern-day interpretation of Billy Baldwin. Howard designed Parsons-style custom vanities with generous toe-kick reveals that create a ﬂoating effect. To accommodate an awkward angle between the vanities, a simple custom bench offers a place for one user to sit while the other gets ready for the day or an evening out. Above it, raspberry tones in an abstract work by Sally King Benedict enhance the cool blues and grays of the Ann Sacks marble spanning the ﬂoors, while curvaceous vases from Gramercy Home act as playful counterpoints to the clean lines of the room.
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BREAK THE RULES Minimalism is a fresh approach for Barbara Howard. “To me, it has great style, but it’s very subtle,” she says. And as for the white? “It can be a little tricky. Normally, one might have painted the walls a light gray or a putty color, but in this case, less is more.”
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BREAK THE RULES Iris Apfel’s risky embrace of unexpected scale, color, texture and materials works because it builds upon a basic foundation palette of materials and colors, which is exactly what these designers did in this warm, modern room. “Even though her design sense is extreme, it has always felt natural and creative and inspiring,” notes Mark Williams. “Anytime we’re designing a space, we want inspiration that’s a little out of the ordinary and will challenge us to create in a different way.”
+ FASHION FORWARD The playful but purposeful master bedroom by Mark Williams and Niki Papadopolous was inspired by fashion plate Iris Apfel. The duo covered a staggered wall of windows with a heavy curtain to establish a new bed wall, augmenting the subtle scheme with sumptuous linens, whimsical accessories and inspirations from different cultures and eras—much like the pieces Apfel is known to don. Atop a Chinese chest from Coup d’Etat is a copy of the book dedicated to Apfel, A Rare Bird of Fashion, which mingles with embellished wooden hat forms and other artful accents. A curious sculpture by David Katz ﬁlls the window nook while customized pendants from The Urban Electric Co. act as lighthearted alternatives to traditional bedside lamps. A brass-ﬁnish bench, borrowed from the personal collection of Björk Antikt & Studio’s Amy Wikman, was reupholstered in white hair-on-hide for a modern look while Tai Ping’s Haiku Yukata I rug pulls the colors of the room together brilliantly.
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+ MARVELOUS MEDLEY Carter Kay and Nancy Hooff had a purposeful vision when creating a guest bedroom that would accommodate the demands of changing lifestyles. They crafted a space that might welcome a grown son, reﬂecting both the memories of the boy and the cultivated interests of the cosmopolitan man. Thus emerged a practical balance of old and new that establishes a sense of place. Rustic leather, a vintage desk and chairs covered in Italian newsprint are offset by unexpected elements such as dramatic lamps lacking shades. The result is a room that is, at once, functional and whimsical.
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+ ELEGANT EFFECT Kathryn Leach took an elegant approach in decorating this bedroom, opposite, with myriad grays and layers and layers of luxurious silk. A pair of accent pillows with decorative detailing add a fanciful touch. A elevated four-poster bed introduces drama into the room’s otherwise reserved aesthetic. And while the large-scale contemporary artwork is eye-catching, it’s the chandelier outﬁtted with Swarovski crystals that is this bedroom’s crowning jewel. “When there’s a lot of sunlight,” explains Leach, “it reﬂects off the crystals and lights up the entire space with a prism effect.”
+ ORGANIZED STYLE Whether the look is traditional or contemporary, smart storage solutions should always be at the forefront when designing master closets. Peggy Snider-Houghton of Closets and More equipped this one in sleek Tuscan Teak Grigio Melamine—with column pullouts, three-way cabinet dividers, tilt-down hampers, jewelry inserts, even doors that reveal space for off-season clothing. “Doors are useful for protecting from dust, and it contributes to an overall tidy look,” she says.
BREAK THE RULES “Luxury doesn’t mean comfort has to take a back seat,” says Kathryn Leach. “The beautiful layers of Ann Gish linens on the bed are at once classic and cozy.” guest bedroom, at left FOLDING SCREENS AND DESK A. TYNER ANTIQUES SMALL PAINTING DOUG TRUMP THROUGH EMILY AMY GALLERY ALL OTHER ITEMS CARTER KAY INTERIORS guest bedroom, above BED AND CHANDELIER KATHRYN LEACH HOME ART T. BOTERO GALLERIES closets CLOSETS AND MORE
BREAK THE RULES Closets can make just as much of a stylish statement as other rooms. “These spaces aren’t just all about storage,” explains Peggy SniderHoughton. “Your closet gets used every day, so why not make it a sanctuary that reflects your style.”
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“Clement J. Ford” continued from page 14 only the commissions he enjoyed and was passionate about. While Ford was never part of a large ﬁrm, he ﬁt the Atlanta architect mold in almost every other way. His education at Georgia Tech and Columbia, his military service in World War II, his Episcopal faith and his membership in numerous social clubs made him the perfect keeper of Atlanta’s gentleman architect tradition. Local landscape architect Edward Daugherty became acquainted with Ford in the late 1960s, and the two designers collaborated on numerous projects, beginning with the renovation of the Grant Mansion into the Cherokee Town Club. When asked why a client would choose Ford over one of his competitors—who, for many years, would have been Lewis Crook or James Means— Daugherty said, “If you wanted a home, Clem was your choice. If you wanted a showplace, you chose someone else.” Ford didn’t typically have the grand lots and large commissions that many of his predecessors enjoyed; many of his commissions were one-story homes built on lots that had been subdivided from grand estates. Like Ford himself, his houses have a relaxed elegance and a human scale that’s both comfortable and appealing. He was ahead of his time in recognizing the lifestyle changes of the post-servant era and adapted his traditional taste to modern living, focusing attention on the kitchen and other less-formal areas. After World War II, when classicism in Atlanta waned, Ford kept the ﬂedgling style alive until its resurgence in the 1980s. Wright Marshall is a frequent speaker and writer on Atlanta’s historic architects, with Georgia’s classical architecture serving as his primary passion and inspiration. Marshall is the owner of Revival Construction, which specializes in the renovation and restoration of older homes. Having grown up in nearby Grifﬁn, Marshall graduated from Woodward Academy and Washington and Lee University, where he studied business and art history.
RESOURCES FEB.11 (who to contact) PAGES 49-75: (game changer) PAGES 50-53 DINING ROOM Interior Design by Beth Webb, 425 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Suite 11B4, Atlanta 30305. (404) 869-6367; bethwebb.com PAGES 54-55 LIVING ROOM Interior Design by Phoebe Howard, Mrs. Howard, 425 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Suite 23, Atlanta 30305. (404) 816-3830; phoebehoward.net PAGES 56-57 BREAKFAST ROOM Interior Design by Tish Mills, Harmonious Living by Tish Mills, 349 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, ADAC West Suite B5B, Atlanta 30305. (404) 814-3838; harmoniousliving.net PAIR OF MURANO GLASS LAMPS Steve Jensen through Ernest Gaspard SMALL PAINTING ON STAND Tish Mills Collection ACCESSORIES Harmonious Living by Tish Mills PAGE 57 KITCHEN Kitchen Design by Jeffrey A. Reed, DCD Kitchen & Bath Design Studio, 5250 Brook Hollow Pkwy., Norcross 30071. (678) 3253600; dcdcabinets.com PAGES 58-59 RETREAT Interior Design by Amy D. Morris, Amy D. Morris Interiors, 1401 Dresden Dr., Suite 200, Atlanta 30319. (404) 389-0628; amydmorris.com PAGES 60-61 STUDY AND TERRACE Interior Design by Hutton Wilkinson of Tony Duquette with Stephen Boyd, Tony Duquette Inc. P.O. Box 69858, West Hollywood, CA 90069. (310) 271-4688; tonyduquette. com PAGES 62-63 MASTER BEDROOM Interior Design by Liz Williams, Liz Williams Interiors, LLC, 345 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Atlanta 30305. (404) 8169868; lizwilliamsinteriors.com PAGES 64-65 MASTER BATH AND POWDER BATH Bath Design and Interior Design by Capella Kincheloe, Capella Kincheloe Interior Design, Atlanta. (213) 392-6892; capellakincheloe.com MASTER BATH: RUG Keivan Woven Arts POWDER BATH: SCONCES Danlar Lighting MIRROR Capella Kincheloe Interior Design PAGES 66-69 DINING AND LIVING ROOM Interior Design by Susan Ferrier, McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Interiors, 122 North Avondale Rd., Avondale Estates 30002. (404) 501-9200; mcalpineboothferrier.com LIVING ROOM: SMALL FRAMED PAINTING OF “DRUMMER BOY WITH DOG” AD Antiquity,
Birmingham FLOOR LAMP Munder-Skiles MELANGE THROW South of Market TERRACE PLANTER David Iatesta through Ainsworth-Noah LUMBAR PILLOW ON SNOOZE SOFA Lewis & Sheron Airo in Café Noir 9405 brown linen, custom fabricated by Douglass Workroom PAGE 70 DEN Interior Design by William Peace, Peace Design, 349 Peachtree Hills Ave. NE, Suite C2, Atlanta 30305. (404) 237-8681; peacedesign.org PAGE 71 KITCHEN Kitchen Design by Michael Bell, Bell Custom Cabinetry/Inspirations Kitchen & Bath, 1250 Alpha Dr., Alpharetta 30004. (770) 751-7861; inspirationskb.com PAGE 71 TERRACE Design by Bill Hudgins, Lush Life Home & Garden, 146 E Andrews Dr. NW, Atlanta 30305. (404) 841-9661; lushlifehomegarden.com PAGE 72 MASTER BATH Bath and Interior Design by Barbara Howard, Marshall Howard Inc., (404) 3700334; marshallhoward.net PAGE 73 MASTER BEDROOM Interior Design by Mark Williams and Niki Papadopolous, Mark Williams Design Associates, 659 Auburn Ave., Suite G-9, Atlanta 30312. (678) 539-6886; markwilliamsdesign.com ROMAN RING FLOOR LAMP Holly Hunt through Jerry Pair FRETWORK LOUNGE CHAIR McGuire through Baker ANTIQUE MIRROR Ainsworth-Noah DRAPERY FABRIC Arabel Fabrics DRAPERY HARDWARE Vesta GEODE SPECIMENS Harmonious Living by Tish Mills TESORO CORAL BOXES The Mercantile BEDDING Restoration Hardware and West Elm BUDDHIST MONK STATUE August Avery STEVEN SEINBERG PAINTING Bill Lowe Gallery ALL OTHER ITEMS Through Mark Williams Design Associates PAGE 74 BEDROOM Interior Design by Carter Kay and Nancy Hooff, Carter Kay Interiors, 318 Broadland Rd. NW, Atlanta 30342. (404) 261-8119; carterkayinteriors.com PAGE 75 BEDROOM Interior Design by Kathryn Leach, Leach Associates Inc., 2860 Piedmont Rd. NE, Suite C, Atlanta 30305. (404) 231-9233; leachassoc.com PAGE 75 MASTER CLOSETS Closet Design by Peggy Snider-Houghton, Closets and More Inc., 1146 King Industrial Dr., Marietta 30062. (770) 421-0211; closetsandmore.com
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Elaine Griffin Marcia Sherrill talks with the Brunswick-raised, Yale-educated, New York-based interior designer about her book, Design Rules THIS MONTH’S ISSUE IS ALL ABOUT BREAKING THE RULES OF DECORATING AND YOU’VE JUST WRITTEN A BOOK CALLED DESIGN RULES: THE INSIDER’S GUIDE TO BECOMING YOUR OWN DECORATOR. CAN YOU GIVE US A FEW RULES TO BREAK RIGHT NOW? The best part of learning the timeless rules, proportions and decorating tips I share in Design Rules is that once you know the rules, it’s OK to break them. Because then you’re making an educated decision to break a rule that doesn’t work for you as opposed to operating in ignorance. YOU ARE A GEORGIA GIRL. DO YOU STILL HAVE SOME SOUTHERNISMS THAT
GRIFFIN’S FAVORITE COLOR OF THE MOMENT IS BENJAMIN MOORE’S CALYPSO BLUE 727.
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YOU USE IN DECORATING OR ENTERTAINING? I’m from Brunswick and, even though I’ve lived in New York City forever, Georgia’s fabled beaches of the Golden Isles are still home! Being Southern is more than just a geographical description; it’s a lifestyle. We invented gracious living and nobody does it better than we do! Park Avenue ladies will often let you die of thirst in their apartments, which would never happen south of the Mason-Dixon. AND WHAT ABOUT AT YOUR OWN HOME OR YOUR CLIENTS’? Southerners are all about the importance of faith, family and friends, and one’s home is where the three intersect. I can’t help my clients with the faith part, but every room we do is about accommodating family and friends. Southern hospitality rules my home up north. My husband, Michael (who was born a Boston Yankee but is converting), and I lavish our guests with abundance when they come over. An empty glass just breaks a Southerner’s heart and, Sugar, I am no exception! We also have proper napkins for each social moment; sad to say, y’all, but most Yankees couldn’t tell a cocktail napkin from a luncheon napkin from a dinner napkin if they tried, bless their hearts. WHAT IS THE ONE RULE THAT WE SOUTHERNERS FIND HARD TO BREAK? Southern ladies love their formal dining rooms (where else would you put your grandmother’s dining furniture and show off Sissy’s heirloom china?), even though the rest of the country has moved in favor of the living/dining room combo. AND ONE RULE WE FIND HARD TO OBEY? Family photos, even when exquisitely framed, should be banned from the living room. Show them off en masse, in same-colored frames, in the den on a bookcase or étagère, or hang them in a breakfast nook or on hallway walls, instead. WHAT IS YOUR MUST-HAVE COLOR OF THE MOMENT? Peacock blue. I can’t get enough of it, especially when paired with olive green, lemon yellow and ivory. Benjamin Moore’s Calypso Blue 727 is sheer perfection. ARE THERE ATLANTA ANTIQUES STORES THAT YOU FIND YOURSELF REVISITING? I don’t head to the ATL without checking in at Ainsworth-Noah. It has the best things ever, and Winton and Hal are forever scouring Europe for new finds so I don’t have to. For rugs, I’m wild about Moattar.
GRIFFIN’S DESIGN PROJECTS INCLUDE A MIX OF TRADITIONAL, TRANSITIONAL AND MODERN STYLES. HER BOOK, AT LEFT, IS AVAILABLE THROUGH AMAZON.COM
+ Elaine Griffin’s work has appeared in Elle Decor, House Beautiful, The New York Times, The New York Daily News, The New York Post, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Accents, New York and Oprah's O at Home. She has also appeared on the Today show and The View, among other TV programs. Before she embarked on her design career, she spent nine years as a successful publicist in New York and Paris. Griffin performed postgraduate work at the New York School of Interior Design and began her design career in the offices of legendary design superstar Peter Marino.
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