Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Atlanta Part 2 - Interiors Market

A kind tip (and a hand drawn map) from one of Max & Co's designers led me to Interiors Market on Bennett Street - one more reason to love the home design scene in Atlanta.

Imagine a very large space, organized into room vignettes full of unique pieces in a range of styles and prices - that's Interiors Market.

You could literally spend a half-day here, especially since owners James and Milton are so friendly. Can't beat the fire for added ambiance either.

Love these seashell boxes from France.

This lamp was one of my favorites pieces - the finish is gorgeous.

James pointed out this 18c French turin as one of the exceptional pieces they currently have available.

Really loved the color of these urns.

A stylish gentlemen's retreat full of very interesting pieces. I didn't notice the large jar in the corner below until this picture.

Here are dining chairs that were featured in an issue of Traditional Home - (April 2008 if I'm remembering it correctly.)

Colorful abstract art and white sculptural pieces strike a great look. The couch below is by Nancy Corzine.

If you're in Atlanta, or close for that matter, be sure to make time to visit Interiors Market. One more post from Atlanta coming up - featuring unique lighting and vibrant colors.


Anonymous said...

Love the Intaglio collection, framed and several dozen other things.

Terry said...

Am I wrong or does Atlanta seem to punch above it's weight design wise? The Bennett Street, Peachtree Hills, Miami Circle axis alone can exhaust any design fan. There is plenty more within a short drive. You can go to Paris on Ponce and Flora Dora just for fun. Throw in the Scott Antique Market every month.

Windlost said...

What a wonderful place - I would love to visit some day!

Things That Inspire said...

Courtney of Style Court writes about the Interiors Market every so often - she loves it too.

Did you visit the Stalls at the end of Bennett Street (just a short walk down the street from the Interiors Market)? It is my favorite, also a group of antique dealers but a bit more spaced out. Also, behind the Stalls, is a great Swedish antique store called A. Tyner Antiques. They just expanded into the upstairs space.

I loved seeing the chairs from the magazine article! I wonder whether the owner moved on to something else?

pve design said...

dizzy, in a good way.

Kim said...

I have to get out more often.

High-Heeled Foot in the door said...

Wow. I must make a trip to Atlanta soon. I even have family there so I have a place to crash.

Looks amazing.

I want that little white ceramic elephant!

DesignTies said...

One word... beautiful!
Lucky you to be near such a treasure-chest store!
Victoria from EdinDesigns @ DesignTies

ArchitectDesign™ said...

oh wow! I love the white framed artwork against the black walls. Stunning!

red ticking said...

oh i loved your post today! i live in seattle and this was like a shot in the arm for me today! we do not have access to all of these goodies here.. i have been to atlanta and eaten at some of the best places with my friend who knows it so well... and he took me on a journey to every fabulous store and market there..we had a ball for days... i cannot wait to come atlanta... the homes are amazing...
thank you.

Visual Vamp said...

Hello Gorgeous!
Thanks for taking so many great photos and sharing them!.
Part 1 made me weak, and Part 2 is killing me!
xo xo

Lisa Porter said...

Honestly....i thought i had recently calmed myself down with regards to my lighting and lamp fetish. Until now.
Thank you for a great post. I am drooling over the lighting.
I have seen "dinky" baskets used this way before but these have attitude!
Love your blog too! I am definetly a new follower.


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