As most of you readers out there might know, our firm is located in Atlanta, GA. Atlanta is commonly known for its traditional Southern roots, but when it comes to interior design, many Atlantans opt for personal style and tastes, ranging from traditional to retro glam and all the way to sleek and modern. Luckily, our city is packed with a similar range of retailers, design centers and interior designers all well-versed in said different styles. And, a magazine we hold in high regard for exploring beautiful homes is Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Flip through the magazine’s pages and you’ll see a mix of luxurious, drool-worthy designs – like a cozy Grant Park bungalow, a Colonial home in Buckhead, a chic Midtown high-rise loft, or a slew of second homes scattered across the Southeast at lakes, mountains and beaches alike. Stemming from the second half of its title, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles also covers the finest food, wine, art and shopping that Atlanta has to offer. That is where one of our clients, Englishman’s Fine Furnishings, comes in. In a special section of AH&L’s October issue, the magazine’s staff rounded up a selection of local arts, antiques shops and reproduction sources. The photos below included the cover and the page featuring Englishman’s.
We were especially thrilled to see the coincidental relation between the cover words “bespoke pieces tailored to perfection” and our client, Englishman’s. Following in the great tradition of England’s legendary cabinet-makers such as Chippendale and Hepplewhite, Englishman’s uses only the very best artisan craftsmanship. No two pieces of furniture are created exactly the same in that Englishman’s hand-crafted reproductions model European antiques from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Pieces in their furniture collection can also be customized per specific designer needs and homeowner preferences.
You can also read about Englishman’s on AH&L’s website here. Thanks, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles! We’re looking forward to the next issue already!