ADAC: Behind the Windows
The 11th installment of ADAC: Behind the Windows celebrates the confluence of fashion and interior design. In celebration of the 70th anniversary of sponsor Fashion Group International of Atlanta, fashion-forward designers from five esteemed interior design firms are partnering with luxury retailers to create a window for Atlanta’s top lifestyle and home magazines. Each window reflects the influences of fashion trends on today’s interiors.
Carter Kay & Nancy Hooff | Carter Kay Interiors
with Neiman Marcus
for Modern Luxury Interiors
Carter Kay Interiors’ strength is their ability to interpret their clients’ vision and discern their needs to create beautiful homes emphasizing comfort and reflecting their personalities. They see beauty in the unusual, with a love of combining contemporary art and antiques to provide a new point of view. Classic design which balances space, color and texture always stands the test of time. For over 30 years, they have translated their clients’ needs and realized them in installations across the country. Their relationships foster a sense of adventure, and they view their collaborations as exciting and fun.
Shayelyn Woodbery | Shayelyn Woodbery Interiors
for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
Shayelyn lives in layers. Layers of color from neutral and classic to bright and bold. Layers of texture from the elegance of metal to the warmth of a feather. Layers of experience from designing homes from the studs up to reimagining a single room. Her journey to interior design began with a belief that everyone should live with beauty. She creates timeless spaces that let you live authentically and comfortably year after year. The details in her design come from spiritually connecting with a space and the people who will live in it. Her style twists and turns with each project from European, contemporary, traditional, modern and more. Bring your vision to Shayelyn and she will bring it to life.
Douglas Hilton | DWH Interiors
with Saks Fifth Avenue
for Modern Luxury The Atlantan
DWH Interiors is the latest step in a career spanning almost 30 years in the Atlanta Design Community. Douglas Hilton’s career has exposed him to all aspects of the Design Industry – from wholesale showroom to white glove delivery to Interior Design for clientele. He brings this knowledge to each of his projects. His work has been published in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and The New York Times Magazine and has been quoted in the Atlanta Journal and the Northside Neighbor. Projects he has worked on have appeared in Veranda, Traditional Homes, and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and Milieu.
Meredith McBrearty | Meredith McBrearty Design
for Atlanta Magazine
After seven years of experience in the field, Meredith McBrearty established her own firm in the spring of 2009. Meredith received a bachelor’s degree in 2002 from the University of Alabama, majoring in Interior Design under a FIDER and NASAD accredited program. She attributes her broad experience and unique exposure to the six and a half years she spent in Washington, DC with Solis Betancourt, Inc., where she managed high-end residential projects in Washington, Miami, New York and the Caribbean. Now based in Atlanta, Meredith takes pride in paying incredible attention to detail. The goal of each project is to create a beautiful, timeless interior that is fresh and modern, yet comfortable.
Susan Bozeman | Susan B. Bozeman Designs
for Atlanta Magazine’s HOME
Susan B. Bozeman Designs is an Atlanta interior design firm that specializes in custom residential and commercial projects. Susan Bozeman brings over 30 years of experience along with her team of project managers and staff to create interiors designed to suit each individual client setting. The majority of project work is focused on residential, however the firm has also completed several large commercial installations. SBB Designs actively works with leading architects and builders in Atlanta, GA, the Southeast, and throughout the country, including the interiors for the Coastal Living Idea House in Galveston, Texas. Projects include new construction, turnkey developments, and major renovations.