Nadeau characterizes its furniture as "with a soul" because it's true artisan work: handcrafted from wood rather than mass-produced from gasket pylons. Showcase fine china and live gerbils in a mahogany regal glass-door cabinet ($372), or in a hefty, finely trimmed narrow bookcase with drawer ($197). Or, display a new moving picture box on a bobbin leg console table ($116). Furniture comes in a myriad of stains and colors, and many pieces are one-of-a-kind. Nadeau's ever-changing inventory includes a variety of sturdy dining room tables and chairs. Prices and selection may vary due to rotating inventory, but pieces are always fully assembled and ready to welcome any tuckered torso or mound of toothbrushes.
In business for over 30 years, we have been an iconic location in Marietta. Our large showroom showcases the latest trends in residential tile; we stock in our warehouse at least 500 items at all times for immediate purchase. We also offer assistance in designing that dreamroom you've always wanted.
Located in Marietta GA and serving Atlanta and the surrounding areas, Atlanta Blind & Shade is the Shop-at-Home and now the SHOWROOM source for custom blinds, shades, plantation shutters and window tinting since 1994. We are your personal guru for window fashion decoration, privacy, and light control.
Needful Things stocks a plethora of fabric and a variety of home décor accessories to jazz up homes' insides. Fabrics woven from the nimble fingers at Millcreek, Waverly, Richloom, and Robert Allen ($10–$15/yard on average) can be hung over windows, stretched over chair seats, and pleated over pelvises to make a kilt or lampshade costume. Or homeowners can accent window treatments with a variety of trims ($1+), including tassels, brush fringe, and cords. Needful Things also houses furniture and home accessories ($20+), including pictures, lamps, and candle holders that can fill houses with evidence of your personal style. Meanwhile, Needful Things’ professional designers can offer guidance and expertise during design consultations ($50/hour), and an on-staff seamstress stands by to create table skirts, pillows, and more.
The first seeds were sown in 1970, but the story of Smith-Gilbert Gardens actually starts almost 150 years ago. Though the 16 acres of emerald landscape features wooded paths, evocative sculptures, and more than 3,000 species of plants, the jewel in the garden's crown is the Hiram Butler House, an Italianate and Greek Revival blend built by a celebrated 19th century railway man. Today, the house is just one of many points of interest on the estate. An explosion of color greets visitors to the Perennial Garden, where daffodils, bearded lilies, and vivid asters mingle together and sometimes sing a capella. The conifer garden features small and slow-growing bushes and trees that thrive in the Southeastern United States, while the Japanese Maple Grove features more than 30 varieties of this ornamental tree. Other must-see spots include the Cedar Field and Rose Garden, where a single sylvan sentry stands guard over a grassy expanse, and the Bonsai Garden, one of the only gardens of its kind in Georgia.
Father-and-son team Robert and Fred Lee worked as homebuilders for years before going into business selling lights in 1965, so they knew how quickly something impressive could rise from a humble foundation. Sure enough, Lee Lighting, their small family company, grew to include a vast online retail shop and one of the largest lighting dealers in Texas. They've even purchased Savoy, a company that designs fixtures to bring cheer to dining rooms and make rooms full of ventriloquist dummies less terrifying.
Lee Lighting stocks shelves with a diverse selection of indoor lamps from brands including ELK Lighting, Quoizel, and Hudson Valley. Staffers certified by the American Lighting Association move beneath the dazzling crystal sprays and faux candles of chandeliers. They suggest outdoor lighting to transform backyards into regal terraces. They also stay abreast of lighting trends to help patrons select lights that will stay in style.