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Shoppers' Shangri-La

By Kate Abney | March 4, 2015 | Articles

Though she’s graced our pages before as a 2010 Most Beautiful Atlantan, 30-year-old Sarah Cyrus is way more than a pretty face. Whip-smart and self-possessed, this go-getter is most recently the proprietress of Sarah Cyrus Home, the Westside home furnishings showroom she opened this past fall.

Originally hailing from Chattanooga, Tenn., the University of Tennessee grad got her start selling her old furniture on eBay while working at a gallery, an auction house, and then the high-end Atlanta Decorative Arts Center showroom before getting her dream space at 1194 Huff Road, filling its 6,500 square feet with 100 percent designer consignment.

“We’re here to be the designer resource,” Cyrus explains. Items that might otherwise languish in their storage units now have a place in the bright open space, merchandized among brands like Baker, Crate & Barrel, Ballard Designs, Knoll, Maitland-Smith and South of Market—at no cost. For retail shoppers, that equals total bargains. “These are designer pieces regular shoppers wouldn’t normally have access to, at amazing values. My goal is to be the Nordstrom Rack of ADAC,” laughs Cyrus, who also stocks Graybill & Downs candles, custom upholstery by a local workroom and original artwork by Susan Zinger. Expect fresh rug stacks to arrive this spring, adding even more dimension to this finely curated collection. Talk about having things covered! @sarahlcyrus

Hair and makeup by Nyssa Green, the Green Room Agency; shot on location at Sarah Cyrus Home


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