London tufted ottoman, from $1,995; Kings Grant console, $2,495; and Hollings chair, from $2,995, all at Taylor Burke Home.
Our collective condos are going to look a whole lot cooler once acclaimed Charleston brand Taylor Burke Home’s very first permanent showroom opens later this month at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center. Founded about five years ago during owner Julianne Taylor’s time abroad in Shanghai and Seoul, the vintage-inspired furniture and lighting label is already a fave of Atlanta tastemakers like Mandy Kellogg Rye (Waiting on Martha), Lance Jackson and David Ecton (Parker Kennedy Living), Lathem Gordon and Cate Dunning (Gordon Dunning), and even The Atlantan darling Danielle Rollins. Taylor merchandised her goods with such style-makers in mind, incorporating artwork, lamps, accessories and more that they—and you!—can easily grab on the go. Look for must-have brands such as Times Two Design, Mitchell Black, Addison Weeks and even Atlanta’s own Lacefield Designs, which created a collection of pillows specifically for Taylor Burke Home. And if you’re on the hunt for the hautest piece of upholstery in town, you’ll find everything from the sleek James ottoman ($895) to the Dallas three-seater sofa ($5,650) at your fingertips—turquoise nailheads optional. And since Taylor also has a book coming out this fall—DesignHer, featuring 30 female entrepreneurs in the design industries—look for local book signings and branding workshops soon! @taylorburkehome