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Restoration Hardware Revival

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Restoration Hardware reinvents itself once again with its largest showroom ever in Buckhead By Travis Neighbor Ward Published in The Atlantan Magazine Driving by Restoration Hardware’s new showroom on Peachtree Road, it’s easy to mistake it for a hotel. Six stories tall, charcoal gray and adorned with an endless series of balconies and 12-foot-tall French doors (there are 220 doors total), the …

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Cynthia Rowley-Ed Roland Design

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Bachelor Pad 101: Designer Cynthia Rowley Offers Decorating Tips for Ed Roland of Collective Soul By Travis Neighbor Ward Published in Atlanta Magazine There are those who approach home decorating according to the guidelines set by others. Then there are those who do whatever the heck they want because it looks cool–like Cynthia Rowley, fashion designer and co-author of the …

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Suzanne Kasler – Neutrals Design

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On Color: Casually Elegant Neutrals By Travis Neighbor Ward Published in Atlanta Magazine’s HOME When most people think of a room dominated by neutrals, they tend to think of a space aching for color. But, says interior designer Suzanne Kasler, this does not have to be the case. “What’s wonderful about designing with a neutral color palette is that you …

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Ultimate Guide to Armchairs

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Loving Arms: An appreciation of the humble armchair, the most versatile piece of living room furniture. By Travis Neighbor Ward Published in Departures Magazine Tub, club, wing, bergere, beanbag, fauteuil, lounge: Few genres of furniture have bent themselves so willingly to the designer’s hand as the armchair. The profusion of armchair categories is proof positive that necessity–the need for a …