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Atlanta Interior Designer Ron Jones Shares His Can't-Live-Without Items

By Jordan Hill | March 25, 2020 | People National


At just 28 years old, Ron Jones (@Rjones_Designs) is one of Atlanta’s rising interior design stars, and his eye for great style doesn’t stop there. Here, the talent behind some of the city’s swankiest spaces shares some of his can’t-live-without items.



“Every man should own a nice timepiece, whether it’s a Rolex or a Movado. A watch can tell you a lot about a person. I love my Rolex because it’s distinct.” Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 mm in Oystersteel and yellow gold, $18,050, Mayors, Lenox Square


Throwin’ Shade

“Everyone who knows me knows I wear sunglasses for the majority of the day. My eyes are very sensitive to light. I have a round face so it’s hard to find the perfect sunglasses. I usually prefer oversize sunglasses, and these from Tom Ford are perfect. They’re sleek and bold!” Alessio sunglasses in black, $405, Phipps Plaza


Fresh Scent

“I really like a nice cologne. This particular fragrance has a citrus smell with a hint of fresh-cut wood, which smells amazing!” Brooklyn eau de parfum, 100 ml for $300


Smooth Talker

“These Jack Black products are must-haves for men. I love using them every day; they keep my skin clear of blemishes and help with color correction.” Face Buff energizing scrub, 6 fl. oz. for $30


Red Bottoms

“What’s not to love about this shoe? Have you ever seen a Chelsea boot with this much detail? I love a shoe that makes a statement, and red soles never disappoint. The previous version of this shoe didn’t have the rubber sole, which caused the red sole to wear easily. I love that the designer upgraded it to rubber.” Melon Spikes flat Chelsea boot in Coconut suede, $1,395, Christian Louboutin, The Shops Buckhead Atlanta

Photography by: Portrait by Brandon Clifton Photography | product photos courtesy of brands