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Boutique Chic!

Kate Abney | July 1, 2013 | Articles National

Lee Kleinhelter’s Pieces boutique is at once ethereal and bold, thanks to a white-washed interior delineated by bold pops of color. This coordinated mix includes reworked vintage furniture and mod statement pieces from Jonathan Adler and DwellStudio, as well as quirky finds like rope-knot doorstoppers. Buckhead, @piecesinc

Style mavens Mandy Mayers and Jessica Roan were buyers for Saks Fifth Avenue before opening their beachy-fresh boutique, Interior Philosophy. Carrying stalwarts like Lee Industries upholstery and Arteriors Home accessories, this duo loves decorating projects—they’ll help you pick out the perfect toss pillow or design your whole home! Buckhead

Brookhaven’s The Mercantile is a modern-day classic, stocking chic decorative boxes, Emporium Home accessories and Cire Trudon candles. A designer in her own right, owner Barbara Heath always has a show house up her sleeve, so seek her decorating advice ASAP. Brookhaven, @mercantileatl

Urban Cottage’s aesthetic is just that—a mix of adorable country finds for the city dweller. Hence the cozy throw blankets, striped Dash & Albert rugs, linen-wrapped settees and handmade hobnail glasses. Greeting cards from store owner Jessica Berinato’s Breathless Paper Co. will make you chuckle. Virginia-Highland, @urbancottage

Simply Put Paper & Gift opened at White Provision in 2011 to showcase the custom creations of owner Ashley Woodman, as well as lines like Dauphine Press and Sugar Paper. Much more than a stationery shop, its hip home goods range from dishware to tea towels to high-end candles by superselect vendors. Westside

Named for her sweet golden retriever, Scout for the Home is the brainchild of Nancy Duffey, a 30-year-old Summerour Interiors alumna. Duffey curates great buys like Bates pottery, John Robshaw bedding and Thomas Paul pillows. New additions include Kristin Meredith jewelry and accent pieces made of woven twigs. Buckhead

Redefined Home Boutique is helmed by 29-year-old textiles heir David D’Ambrosio. He’s got that rustic French-country thing down pat, tempering the look with dark and moody accents—think antique apothecary bottles, Currey & Company chandeliers, weathered oak tables and tons of metal trinkets. Westside, @redefinedhome

Masculine, rustic, industrial, agrarian—these are all words that spring to mind when you enter either location of Jimmy Stanton’s eponymous boutique, Stanton Home Furnishings. The Westside is where you’ll find rugged case pieces and relaxed upholstery, but the Virginia-Highland locale is a go-to for coffee table books, candles and one-of-a-kind decorative objects. Westside and Virginia-Highland,
@stantonhf

In one short year, Steve McKenzie’s has become a design destination. The genteel set clamors for gifts like engravable julep cups, moleskin notebooks and a martini bar crafted from reclaimed American chestnut. Or, grab the new Southern gingham pillows in candy colors, perfect for tossing on a chair, bed, sofa, whatever! Westside, @stevemckenzies

It’s easy to go gaga over Gramercy Home, the preppy bedding boutique in Peachtree Battle. Here, selections include Serena & Lily sheeting, Madeline Weinrib rugs, velvety Adam & Viktoria pillows, colorful ceramic gourd lamps and fine art. Buckhead, @gramercyhome



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