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Artists can now increase their brand visibility through sales, community outreach, and the ability to engage with a network of like-minded entrepreneurs at the Beehive. The 2600-square-foot store is located in the Edgewood Retail District. All items at the Beehive are made from independent designers from around the Atlanta community. Looking for a gift for someone? It's a one-stop shop. Read more »All New & Notable Atlanta Shopping »
If you're searching for a great gift, look no further than Ten Thousand Villages, especially if you're looking for something that's quirky or offbeat. They have fantastic home decor items as well, and this cute Virginia Highland neighborhood store has a helpful staff to boot. You might walk away with much more than you were expecting to find! Read more »All New & Notable Atlanta Shopping »
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Never let it be said that Atlantans don't know how to spend money. With one glance around the city, you can see that shopping is a favorite and practiced pastime. Die-hard folks make Buckhead their focus, and with good reason. The fashionable neighborhood offers everything from quaint shops to upscale malls like Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square. The district is also the location (along the southern boundary) of Bennett Street, whose several blocks of renovated warehouses shelter antiques, accessories, and art. You'll find similar items in Virginia-Highlands, an extended intersection of fashionable boutiques and home-décor venues. For a cooler, less refined version of this scene, skip over to Little Five Points, whose shops bear a more alternative approach, as does the clientele. If furniture and decorative accents monopolize your attention, Miami Circle offers scores of goods in all styles and price points. It's a great area to get your aesthetic bearings or to fill a house. Downtown, Underground Atlanta offers brief distraction, and Midtown's Atlantic Station, home to the IKEA store, has given Atlanteans a whole new reason to explore the northwestern boundary of that neighborhood. The suburbs, too, have plenty to recommend on their own merit, as illustrated by the home-grown establishments in Downtown Decatur and ringing Roswell's town square.
- Atlanta Expert Kelly Sigmon