My Home Improvement MayJune 2019

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May/June 2019 My Home Improvement

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Places to go and stuff you'll love


Photos courtesy of (book cover, top left) Zondervan; (top middle) SCAD, photography by The Savannah College of Art and Design; (right) Chattahoochee Nature Center, photography byLisa Marr; (bottom) AFWF, photography by Raftermen Photography.

MAY 11-
Take a look at what living small
is really like during the
Atlantic Station Tiny House Festival.
Featuring more than 20 tiny, container,
and school bus homes,
the event will also include a tiny
travel area and mobile pocket

MAY 25-
Browse intriguing artwork, listen
to live music, and more during the
summertime favorite that is the
Decatur Arts Festival.

Attendees will experience
education and entertainment
from some of the best chefs,
sommeliers, mixologists,
and authors during the
Atlanta Food & Wine Festival,
which has found a new home
for its tasting tents at
Historic Fourth Ward Park.

At the 20th Annual Flying
Colors Butter y Festival,
attendees can enjoy
educational sessions,
participate in a butter y
release, and much more.
Chattahoochee Nature Center.

Acquire art pieces by emerging
and distinguished creators at
The Savannah College of Art
and Design (SCAD) Art Sales
Atlanta office and showroom
in Midtown. The new Atlanta
location of the
full-service art consultancy
recently opened in celebration
of the university’s 40th
anniversary and offers pieces by
SCAD alumni, students, faculty,
and staff. The team here also

provides design and

curatorial services to

homeowners and businesses.
Plus, clients can take advantage
of custom framing and
presentation options,
white-glove delivery and
installation, and more.
1600 Peachtree St. NW., Atlanta.

Atlanta Food & Wine Festival



Atlanta native, “Trading Spaces”
star, and home-improvement
author Ty Pennington has
penned his first personal
tome. Set to be released
on May 14, in “Life to the
Extreme: How a Chaotic Kid
Became America’s Favorite
Carpenter,” Pennington

details everything

from building his

 rst tree house

to being diagnosed with

ADHD, and achieving television

fame. Pick up a copy at a
Barnes & Noble near you.;

Leading wood- ooring

company Duchateau has

launched six new colors. Inspired by
nature, the releases include a range
of styles and tones—from warm
golden browns to cool grays—that
suit a variety of décor tastes. Look
for Saand, Umber, Lys, Bravone,
Sava, and American Walnut in the
Chateau, Riverstone, and
Strata Collections. Find the brand at
MODA Floors & Interiors.
1417 Chattahoochee Ave. NW., Atlanta.

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