This posted last week through my feed reader and I posted it on the wrong day, so it may not go out on a feed this time, but it’s worth sharing.
I visited this shop awhile ago and never got around to sharing it. The Foundry in the West Midtown Design district. There are lots of stores tucked away in this area off Howell Mill Road and it’s fun to poke around in there and see lots of design inspiration.
You’ve all see The Foundry all over the internet, right? They do a great job of marketing themselves on the web. I was excited that Atlanta has a real live store to visit, so we popped in there to check it out.
Lots of accessories and furniture to be found. Now, things are not really inexpensive and a huge bargain, but it was fun to look and get ideas. I’m sure they have sales along the way.
There were plenty of interesting things to see in here.
This table and chairs was very innovative and unique.
Pallets anyone? Have they been reading blogs??
Sofas, houndstooth, and a cushy tufted ottoman. I really like that ottoman.
A funky Beatles chair.
Vintage typewriter as part of their accessories.
This reclaimed table was pretty cool.
Another idea for a round table used with a settee.
Rugs and a curved faux wicker piece. That would be really neat in the right space.
This is a golden hued coffee table, looking down at it. Neat shape.
Loved these blue and white pillows and the red shutters.
A snazzy golden bed.
Those round shelves are something I haven’t seen before.
Modern sofa and rustic coffee table. You know, you can just mix it all up these days!
How about a U.S. flag coffee table? Now that’s a statement piece.
This brown wingback chair was lovely too.
There’s that Tangerine color on the walls, mixed in with aqua blue lamps. Very vibrant!
Hope you enjoyed this stroll through The Foundry. We have lots of great shopping here in Atlanta and I look forward to showing you more!
[email protected] says
Hi, Rhoda. I am a big Fab 4 fan and seeing that nice Beatles chair makes me want to go to the Foundry and lug that piece of furniture all the way to Artizona! 🙂
If that store were near me I’d be visiting it all the time. Such a fabulous store!
Love that store! I live on that side of town and we purchased our sectional and a settee there. The sales staff can be a little “overly attentive” every once in a while but in general everyone’s really nice. Did you check out either of the places across the street? Horizon Home Furniture (a little hit or miss compared to The Foundry) and there’s another place, I forget the name, that is in the same strip as Horizon and it’s gigantic. I talked to the salesperson and she said one woman goes around and just collects all these pieces. There’s stuff everywhere but some really cool ideas there too.
Maurita Weaver-Miller says
WOW! I wish I lived closer, very unique!
Jane @ Wallpaper Murals says
Wooden table and chair looks great. It gives a nature oriented look.
Sooooooo wish i lived closer to Atlanta… this place is amazing….. I have to admit I am in “shutter-love”…. the shutters behind that couch are gorgeous!!!! I’m on the “Hunt” for old chippy shutters here in my neck of the woods….. (Jax. Fl.) !! Have a blessed day Rhoda
Leo at Cottage at the Crossroads says
Thanks for the quick tour. I know Jane and I would enjoy wandering around in there and we’ll do that next time we’re in Atlanta.
It’s great isn’t it! I’m not looking forward to building a Habitat house in 102 degree heat on Saturday BUT I am looking forward to being in this same neighborhood to visit the Goat Farm and The Revival’s Vintage Marketplace. It’s going to be hot but is should be fun! There is so much packed into that area.
Enjoyed seeing the great ideas at The Foundry. But, the US flag on a coffee table, probably used as an ottoman or foot rest is just not right!
[email protected] Designs says
Rhoda…what a great place…I plan to visit this great place soon when I am visiting my brother and sister in law….I will definitely tell them that “Rhoda sent me!!”…..Love the ottoman next to the houndstooth chairs!
Those pallets are such a laid back, rustic look. I would have never thought of that!
Lisa @ Paintbrush & Screwdriver says
Loved pretty much everything – except those lanterns in the third picture. They reminded me of giant cheese graters!
On a side note, my daughter would love that Beatles chair. 🙂
Arlene [email protected] says
Loving all the eye candy!!Thanks for sharing.
Wow! The hubby and I would spend hours in this store. My favorites are the vintage typewriter and the white sofa.
Meaningful Nest says
Cool store! Especially love the houndstooth print on the chairs!
sherry hart says
Rhoda…that is a great place to shop…..many different price points and they have tons of accessories!