ADAC: Behind the Windows

fall 2015

Angie Hranowsky | Angie Hranowsky Studio

Charleston, South Carolina

Named one of the “20 Designers To Watch” by Traditional Home and included in Southern Living’s “Top Five Tastemakers,” Angie’s inherent skill for flawlessly mixing and juxtaposing color, texture, and periods manages to be both bold and effortless.
Terrace inspired by Mexico City, Mexico
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Beth Webb | Beth Webb Interiors

Suite 221

Atlanta, Georgia

ADAC’s 2015 Southeast Residential Designer of the Year, Beth believes that rooms, like people, have distinct personalities and very specific needs. She masterfully blends great art, beautiful proportions, and comfortable yet luxurious touches to give her rooms SOUL!
Living Room inspired by Paris, France

Cathy Austin, ASID | Catherine M. Austin Interior Design

Charlotte, North Carolina

Cathy is best known for her curated and colorful style that blends her love of art with a playful approach to design. She specializes in working with collectors to design spaces around their works of art and, ultimately, translating their tastes into a chic, inviting, and inspiring interiors.
Artists Salon inspired by New York, New York
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Cathy Kincaid | Cathy Kincaid Interiors

Suite 319

Dallas, Texas

Cathy’s enviable sense of color and intricate design detail has established her as a leading designer in the South. She loves the value of ‘the mix’, blending the old with the new, the ornate with the simple, the refined with the rustic.
Sitting Room inspired by Cashiers, North Carolina

Tami Ramsay & Krista Nye Schwartz | CLOTH & KIND

Suite 223

Athens, Georgia

CLOTH & KIND is a nationally recognized residential and commercial interior design firm led by principals Tami Ramsay & Krista Nye Schwartz with office locations in Athens, Georgia and Ann Arbor, Michigan. Renowned for their ability to create spaces with history and heart, with story and substance, their aesthetic is always classic, patinaed with a modern vibe and a worldly influence.
Grand Entry inspired by Detroit, Michigan

Melanie Millner | The Design Atelier

Atlanta, Georgia

Melanie has created award-winning spaces for residential and commercial clients around the world. The striking sophistication of her work has been featured in numerous publications including, Interior Design, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, and Better Homes & Gardens.
Tasting Room inspired by Chicago, Illinois
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Karen Ferguson, ASID | Harrison Design

Atlanta, Georgia

Featured among a select group of design professionals in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ 2015 “15 Under 40,” Karen has built an impressive body of national and international projects representing a cross-section of styles that showcase her versatility.
Solarium inspired by Phuket, Thailand
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James Wheeler | J. Wheeler Designs

Suite 225

Atlanta, Georgia

James’ methodology is led by the philosophy that the home should be a haven and the primary centerpiece for life’s moments. Named an Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle’s 2014 “15 Under 40,” his personal signature combines the classic and modern for a look that is eclectic, warm and clean while maintaining a strong sense of comfort and sophistication.
Master Bedroom inspired by Jaipur, India
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Tammy Connor | Tammy Connor Interior Design

Suite 224

Birmingham, Alabama

Tammy is continually inspired by her travels both personally and professionally. While the location and style of the firm’s work is diverse, respect for the architecture and setting of a project is at the heart of Tammy’s interiors.
Study inspired by Charleston, South Carolina

Yvonne McFadden | Yvonne McFadden, LLC

Suite 226

Atlanta, Georgia

Yvonne embraces the concepts of simplicity, practicality, and functionality. Selected as one of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ 2014 “15 Under 40,” her designs have graced the pages of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Southern Living, Beautiful Kitchens and Baths, Tuscan Living, Southern Cottage and The Atlanta Journal and Constitution.
Dining Room inspired by London, England