Today, the world of design is more accessible than ever, especially for residents of Atlanta who are looking for a place to experience great design. ADAC (Atlanta Decorative Arts Center), located in the prestigious Buckhead community, was created by visionary architect and developer John Portman in 1961. Since then, the campus has grown and consists of ADAC and ADAC West, with more than 550,000 square feet of the Southeast’s largest collection of luxury furnishings for residential, hospitality and contract projects.

Open Monday through Friday, visitors can walk around over 60 stunning showrooms, visit the design studios, dine in one of two restaurants, or feel free to explore the campus, an environment rich with quality, luxury and diversity that encourages them to explore on their own or connect and collaborate with top designers and showrooms to create a space that inspires them.

Discover ADAC: A Three-Day Design Celebration

DISCOVER ADAC is a premier design event that brings together all levels of design creatives and enthusiasts, including architecture, interior design and the arts to encourage attendees to not only illuminate their own design style, but to shine light on all elements in their lives.

This event is scheduled every year in the fall and consists of a series of guest speakers including noteworthy interior designers, cultural icons, artists, visionaries, architects, and more. The programming is chock full of book signings, product launches, cocktail sip and strolls, salon-style talks, and pop-up shops.

This year, I have been invited to create a tablescape in the Grizzel & Mann showroom, where I will be showcasing the styles of Style/Library. I am thrilled to be a part of the event, and have used the gorgeous products of Style/Library in previous designs

Discover ADAC is free to attend, but registration is required. Tickets can be found online, and space is limited, so if you’re interested in attending one of the biggest Atlanta design events this fall, go ahead and reserve your spot!

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