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Little Treasures: Curated Details

By: Stephanie Andrews

A lot of times we focus on the larger items when talking about making a house feel like a home, but it’s really all in the details. The little treasures you put on display are what make your home distinct and true to your personality and style. Pick up the item you’re considering and ask yourself: is this authentically me? Do I find it beautiful? Does it feel like it was designed just for me? It’s a tough litmus test, but in the long run it will ensure that everything you select for your home is meaningful.

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1. Tasche wall pocket. We love the earthy tone of this leather.
2. Devour tea towel. The simple design combined with the sentiment behind this tea towel is perfection.
3. Serving board. You can’t go wrong with soft, curved wood.
4. Amazonian standing pot. Organic textures and materials are the ultimate inspiration.
5. Turkish bath towels. It’s good to add a little luxury here and there, like these 100% organic cotton towels from Turkey.
6. Teddy hook. Functional items don’t have to be uninspiring.

Our Curated Collection: Dogwood Festival Artists

By: Danielle Cornely

This weekend is the Dogwood Festival here in Atlanta, and as always there is a plethora of amazing and diverse artists and makers. Here’s just a tiny taste:

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1. “Large Life” – Bennet Art
2. “Sunny Winter Morning” – Kent Ambler
3. “Avian Etude” – Michael Bryant (Spoiler alert! Expect to see more of Michael’s beautiful work in our new gallery space coming soon!)
4. “Chairs #1” – Jerry Brem
5. “Monster Box” – Eric Grimes