A kind tip (and a hand drawn map) from one of Max & Co's designers led me to Interiors Market on Bennett Street - one more reason to love the home design scene in Atlanta.

Imagine a very large space, organized into room vignettes full of unique pieces in a range of styles and prices - that's Interiors Market.

You could literally spend a half-day here, especially since owners James and Milton are so friendly. Can't beat the fire for added ambiance either.

Love these seashell boxes from France.

This lamp was one of my favorites pieces - the finish is gorgeous.

James pointed out this 18c French turin as one of the exceptional pieces they currently have available.

Really loved the color of these urns.

A stylish gentlemen's retreat full of very interesting pieces. I didn't notice the large jar in the corner below until this picture.

Here are dining chairs that were featured in an issue of Traditional Home - (April 2008 if I'm remembering it correctly.)

Colorful abstract art and white sculptural pieces strike a great look. The couch below is by Nancy Corzine.

If you're in Atlanta, or close for that matter, be sure to make time to visit Interiors Market. One more post from Atlanta coming up - featuring unique lighting and vibrant colors.