Atlanta based designer Margaret Kirkland is featured in the November 2012 issue of Home Beautiful. Her work has a traditional classic edge and often features a generous amount of high quality antiques. Margaret established her own firm in 2010, and has a great portfolio of English styled homes.
In 2011, Margaret Kirkland was awarded the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center’s (ADAC) “Rising Star” Award for interior design. Also Margaret Kirkland was named “Next Wave” designer by House Beautiful, Kirkland appears in the November 2012 issue of the magazine.
Over the course of thirteen years Margaret Kirkland has worked on many projects including a renovation of a historic hunting plantation, the transformation of a small carpentry workshop (Read More.....)
Tom Scheerer is one of America's favorite designers. His design style always sides on classic arrangements that are upscale with a comfortable approach. His work has appeared in the top design magazines such as Elle Décor, House & Garden, Architectural Digest, and House Beautiful, which includes him annually in its list of America's "Top 100" designers. After graduating with a degree in architecture, Scheerer formed a design partnership with now famous designer Jeffrey Bilhuber. It was no surprise that their interiors landed in every national magazine in America. Then in 1995, Scheerer formed his own Manhattan-based decorating firm, and since then has been tremendously successful.
He has always emphasized color and texture over purely decorative. Fussy furniture (Read More.....)
Jamb has established a worldwide reputation for dealing in superior quality antique fireplaces and having one of the finest reproductions collections. Their reproduction chimneypieces are made by highly skilled craftsmen who use traditional 18th and 19th century techniques and use the finest marble and stone to produce a beautiful authentic appearances.
Jamb also produces a collection of reproduction lighting, furniture and garden ornaments.
Here are just a few of their amazing reproduction furniture pieces:
A mahogany settee in the manner of George III, the Augusta sports an elegant, serpentine shaped upholstered back and over-scrolled arms. The exquisite padded, cushioned seat rests on an (Read More.....)
After one look at at Andrew Gn's Parisian apartment, it is hard to believe that the famous fashion designer at one time fell for the modern-minimal interior looks when his apartment invokes the best of the designs and objects that were found in the past 17th and 18th centuries.
His 2,000-square-foot flat is filled with endless color. Every square inch of space is special in its own right. The house is adorned with endless ceramics and china, which he tells Elle Decor is a bit of an obsession. His parents were once collectors and accumulated many objects, whom he credits for his passion for beautiful things at an early age.
In the first (Read More.....)