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Dark and Stormy

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Skylar Sectional

If you’re ready for a room refresh, start thinking boldly because maximalism is here to stay.

Skylar Sectional
Skylar Sectional

Take it to the next level with moody colors and textures inspired by modern day maximalist muses such as Diana Vreeland and Iris Apfel. Remember, the first rule of maximalism is more is more, so have fun.

Hammerton Blossom Double Wall SconceHammerton Blossom Double Wall Sconce (from $1,450)

Inject personality into your space with a conversation starting sconce. Made from blown glass, this one from Hammerton can be hung vertically or horizontally to your room’s specifications. It comes in eight finishes such as gilded brass, burnished bronze and matte black, making it an easy lighting sculpture to incorporate into any design.

The Lighting Loft

Ginori 1735 Charger Plate in Arcadia RosaGinori 1735 Charger Plate in Arcadia Rosa ($220)

When set on a dining table, these 13-inch chargers from storied Italian heritage brand Ginori 1735 make a statement. Fanciful creatures such as butterflies and dragonflies dot the plate, adding whimsy. Available in three additional colors, they’re a simple way to add interest alongside practicality. You can also hang a few plates on a wall for a visual statement that will keep your eyes hungry.

Robert Long Flora Design

Abacus Short Accent Table in Venetian RedAbacus Short Accent Table in Venetian Red ($3,080)

Described by The Drawing Room founders Seth Van den Bergh and Daniel Zimmerman as a “vertical timeline,” this side table is very much representative of the brand’s modern ethos and the firm’s dedication to the intentional and esoteric. Made to order and hand-blown in the Murano tradition, it’s as much a showpiece as it is a side table.

The Drawing Room ATL

Catherine Martin by Mokum for James Dunlop Textiles Majorelle WallpaperCatherine Martin by Mokum for James Dunlop Textiles Majorelle Wallpaper (price upon request)

Ground your room with something painterly in the form of this tile-inspired wallpaper from Catherine Martin by Mokum. A faux-linen embossing treatment makes it irregular enough to resemble actual tile, and a digital print keeps it modern. If emerald isn’t your color, the wallpaper comes in four additional jewel tones to satisfy any scheme. Bonus: it’s printed on vinyl for maximum durability.


Skylar Sectional

Skylar Sectional (from $2,595)

Set the tone with a sectional from newly opened Interior Define at Buckhead Village District. You can choose the size, length, depth, legs and cushions to fit your exact specifications with help from knowledgeable in-store staff. Velvet not your thing? With more than 100 fabrics to choose from, including many performance fabrics, there’s no wrong answer.

Interior Define
872. 802.4119

STORY: Lauren Finney Harden

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