Edit Then Decorate

Design Icing by Marcia Tantum Interiors spelled out a Master Plan that included an edit, repurpose, reupholster and rearrange existing furnishings, accessories and art. Marcia and her team added new paint/application, expansive wallpaper border, custom window coverings and custom pillows in the living room. In the master bedroom, the homeowner needed assistance culling existing furnishings that could be used to…

A Dream (Kitchen) Come True

When Johns Creek resident Retta Clark walked into Sewell Appliance in Sandy Springs, she had no idea she would win a gorgeous new 36” Wolf range cooktop. She was one of many Lifestyle Publications readers who entered the giveaway just by stopping in to discuss kitchen renovation plans.

A Flawless Career Choice

Wisely capitalizing on Atlanta’s steady growth economically, socially and physically inside and outside its perimeter, Scott Csaszar made a drastic career change and became an entrepreneur in an industry that had a future just as promising; he became the founder and CEO of Flawless Painting in March of 2000. Now completing its 16th year of beautifying homes and business spaces…

Backyard Bling

Owning a home is one thing, but when there is the possibility to make the backyard a personal paradise, look no further than Chris Sears and his company Sears, Smith and Associates, Inc. Sears, 44, is a Georgia Registered Landscape Architect and company president who developed his expertise thanks to his Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from the State University…

Kitchens That Make The Cook Look Marvelous

Glasses of wine clinked, conversation filled the air, and delectable hors d'oeuvres were passed during the Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest announcement at its stunning Southeast showroom headquarters in Buckhead.

Once Upon a Cane

Dr. Gregory House used one. Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt walked through history with one. Charlie Chaplin expressed himself with one. Fred Astaire danced with one. Emory Mullings of Sandy Springs collects them.