4 Brands to Spruce Up Your Style and Space

By The Editors | September 9, 2020 | Lifestyle

From handmade jewelry to personalized platters, these local businesses have everything you need to accessorize yourself and your space.

Make a Statement

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Bold, mischievous and unusual are just a few of the descriptors that come to mind when thinking about Rotten Inc. Created by Jacob Blazer, the company started out designing for local artists, musicians and bars throughout the South. Now, you can shop the avant-garde designs—which Blazer deems “appropriately inappropriate”—for yourself. Check out the company’s website to peep Rotten Inc.’s assortment of apparel, accessories and art. Beware: These are not for the faint of heart. @‌rotten_designs

Keep It Custom

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From simple to statement, ellaZjewels has the perfect pieces to accompany your favorite ’fits. Handmade by a former JEZEBEL team member, Ella Vance, the custom creations are showing up on the ears, wrists and necks of some of your favorite ATL influencers. The jewels come in a variety of styles, colors and materials, but if an extra-special piece is needed, Vance can custom create a design, just for you. @ellazjewels

Serve Yourself

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Drinkware, serving platters and cheese boards, oh my! WREN Home is a one-stop shop for all your entertaining needs. This isn’t your mother’s serveware. The luxury home goods company offers stylish and youthful products that are designed for small-space and fast-paced living. Go the extra mile and personalize your platters (or stemware or serving trays) with monograms that range from chic and minimalist to traditional and glamorous. Whether you’re serving yourself or someone else, these pieces are sure to impress. @wrenhome

Hang It Up

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You may have heard about Framebridge while binge-listening to your favorite podcast or scrolling through Instagram. Since 2014, the custom framing biz has disrupted the traditional framing experience, making it easy for consumers to spruce up their space with just the click of a mouse. Now, the e-commerce brand is opening shop in two Atlanta locations: Shops Around Lenox and Westside Provisions District. The retail stores will offer Atlantans the opportunity to drop off their art and get in-person design help in one seamless stop. While you’re there, peruse the iconic Framebridge gallery wall, which shows off locally curated and sourced frames featuring photography from Atlanta-based customers —a salute to ATL. @framebridge



Photography by: Wren home photos by Allie Hine; All other photos courtesy of brands