As promised, Paige and I are sharing our favorites from Atlanta market with you. You’ll be seeing most of these items in their new home here at Tracery very soon… and others just caught our eye!
Market made for a great trip to Atlanta, as always. In addition to finding great new stuff, lots of familiar faces were seen and fun nights out on the town were had. We also got to spend some time with our friends at J Douglas who were nice enough to host a book signing for Tracery!
Paige’s Market Favorites
Leslie’s Market Favorites
Still exciting to see this on the shelves! Surrounded by so many great ones!
Thanks, J Douglas Living! It was fun!
Hope everyone is having a great summer!
It is that time! Book giveaway time! We are giving away 2 copies of our new Tracery book! If you would like a chance to win a copy of the book this is what you need to do…. Just comment here what your favorite book is of all times! It can be a novel, biography, coffee table book, etc. Just tell us and then next Friday April 3rd we will pick 2 winners! Good Luck!
Good Morning lovely blog followers… We have shared with you our trip to Atlanta market and brought back some really beautiful things. Now it’s your chance to have a little piece of market of your own.
It’s been such a fun summer so far. Trips and installs here and there, and some of us heading out west for vacation soon! So tell us…What has been your favorite summer vacation so far and why? Leave us a comment to share and you may be the lucky winner of one of our most favorite accessories. These mercury glass boxes can be found in our Rosemary Beach and Mountain Brook shops, and sure to be a great touch to any space. We love them.
And as always, thanks for following! We’re glad you’re here
Well Atlanta wasn’t hot on this trip but it was fun as always! We (AK and I) went on a big client shopping trip. We went to all our fav Atlanta shopping spots: South of Market, Parc Monceau, Pieces, Bungalow Home, Dearing Antiques, Stanton Home Furnishings, Scott’s Antique Market and Anthropologie. We were all over the place! We also made time for lunch and dinner with friends. Here are some of the photos of our favorite finds!
Now we can’t wait until we see all the pieces in their new homes….
Hey Atlanta! We are here at a temporary pop up market! We are located at White Provisions on the West Side (next to room and board). Everything here at pop up is 25% off and 50% off all Christmas! A perfect place to buy a Christmas present! We are here until 7pm tonight! Stop by and see us!
See you soon!
Paige and AK
Hey everyone, it’s Doug. To say we’ve been traveling a lot lately would be an understatement. From New York to Missouri, and everywhere in between, our projects have us spread all over the place right now.
Last week, Paige joined me in Birmingham on Monday afternoon for an interview for a potential new project. On Tuesday she and I had meetings in Birmingham all day–including a great one about the Birmingham Home & Garden Inspiration Home that we’re designing. Wednesday, we headed to Atlanta to visit ADAC and gather fabric samples for some new projects we’re working on. Anna Kay joined us Wednesday night in Atlanta and we all three attended the cocktail opening of the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Luxury Living Show at Phipps Plaza. It was great to catch up with editor Clint Smith while we were there. Thursday we headed out to Scott’s Antique Market for the day and then Paige and AK drove home and I came back to Birmingham. Friday we all caught up on office work and meetings. On Saturday, Hannon and I packed up and went to Silverock Cove at Smith Lake for the day, where we set up a mini-Tracery shop during the Dock at the Rock event.
Whew! What a week…here’s hoping this one is a little more low key! We tried to snap plenty of photos along the way last week to document all the activity, here are a few:
Monday night dinner at Bottega Cafe in Birmingham with Paige's sister, Maggie
Paige and Anna Kay at the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Luxury Living Show kick off event on Wednesday night
An amazing antique French armoire we purchased for our Rosemary Beach shop
A fun apple green painted piece of iron work that's headed to our Mountain Brook shop
A set of dining chairs we are having reupholstered for a project at Lake Martin
Loading as much as possible into the Tracery van!
Our mini store at the Dock at the Rock event at Silverock Cove
As Paige mentioned the other day, she and I spent most of last week in Atlanta. We got so much accomplished! We were in town first and foremost for the always amazing Scott’s Antique Market, where we picked up literally a truckload full of goods for various projects we’re working on as well as some great new pieces for our both of our shop locations.
Want to see some of our finds?
This beautiful beaded crystal chandelier is headed to a Master Bedroom of a house we are designing in Auburn, Alabama.
This pair of mis-matched crunchy leather chairs are headed to the new Sales Center at Silverock Cove on Smith Lake in Alabama. How cool are they?
One of our favorite things to do at Scott’s is to browse the HUGE tables full of vintage prints. There are so many! We picked up a great collection of these botanical prints to frame in a giant grid in the Living Room of a lake home we are designing, also at Silverock Cove.
Our trip wasn’t all work…Paige’s birthday was this past Saturday (Happy Birthday P!) and it was also the 10th year anniversary of when Paige met her husband Mark. Paige and Mark were living in Atlanta at the time, so they invited their friends to rejoin them at Taqueria del Sol where they first met on her birthday. We all had a great time!
After Taqueria, we walked across the bridge (if you haven’t been to the Westside Provisions District in Atlanta, you MUST go…such a cool place!) and visited what’s become one of our favorite places to eat (and drink wine too!), Abbatoir. The atmosphere at this place is amazing…we always leave kind of wishing we’d designed it because it’s just so good.
I have this slightly dorky–okay, REALLY dorky habit–of taking iPhone pics of public restrooms that I think are cool…here’s Abbatoir’s contribution:
That sink is pretty amazing, right?
Until next time, Atlanta!