I am so excited the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles article came out featuring my recent showhouse room among so many other amazing rooms.  The 2019 Southeastern Designer Showhouse offered a harmonious blend of masculine and feminine aesthetics Written by Jennifer Boles and Jeanne Lyons Davis / Principal Photography by Emily Followill Enjoy a look at my.. read more →

Lee Kleinhelter is a favorite designer of mine.  Her style is so clean with pops of bold color.  It ALWAYS appeals to me. This latest project is no exception! Color Story via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Lee Kleinhelter and T.S. Adams Studio inject a historic Dutch Colonial home with happy hues and classic character Written.. read more →

I am headed back to the ATL for a fun soiree to celebrate the launch of my textile collection with Lacefield Designs at Atlanta Market.  J. Douglas showroom is hosting the party and it is sure to be a blast. Please join me for a cocktail and celebration!  The brochure sharing the collection shot at.. read more →

A timely renovation by architect Charles Heydt and designer Kay Douglass breathes new life to an Atlanta entrepreneur’s family residence.  I am always a fan of Kay Douglass’ work.   It is clean, crisp, creative and classic. Read the full feature HERE.  Photographed by Mali Azima Shop my 4th of July Style Picks. See &.. read more →

I am a color person through and through but occasionally I am captured by a project devoid of color. This retreat is one to make you long for a quiet weekend away.  A weekend retreat east of Atlanta offers respite for two of the Atlanta design community’s top tastemakers Written by Matthew Mill / Styled by.. read more →

This is an overdue introduction to an a southern talent that I have long followed and have been a fan. She exudes that “je ne sais quoi” that is sure to continue to get her noticed in the art world.  Enjoy getting to know Renee Bouchon Atlanta, GA What is your training? I started painting.. read more →

Melanie Turner always designs great, well thought out spaces. I love all this green.  Common Thread via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles For a 1930s Georgian that was last remodeled in the 1970s, Melanie Turner packs in the punch by leaning into both eras   I am still Christmas shopping and finding fabulous items to add.. read more →