Museum Monday: Rodin Museum

C’mon on kids – let’s go to a museum! The Rodin Museum, an ideal place to visit when looking into family-friendly Paris attractions… Yes, believe it or not, this classical museum was a wonderful stop for the whole McKenzie clan during previous … Continue reading

Flux Projects Presents Nick Cave!

Artistic dance, cultural symbolism, and unique storytelling. That’s what artist Nick Cave‘s latest performance, Up Right: Atlanta is all about. About Nick Cave: Nick Cave is an African-American artist and dancer, famous for his embellished costumes, called Soundsuits, which he … Continue reading

The 45th Annual Atlanta Symphony Decorators Show House

45 years, can you believe that’s how long the Atlanta Symphony Decorators Show House has been going on?!? It’s got quite a history, and we are so thrilled to be able to participate, by providing some items to designers for … Continue reading

The Wonders of Wallpaper

If you’ve been out of touch for a while, you may not have heard… Wallpaper is back in a BIG way. Chances are, you already know this and have been seeing the wonders of wallpaper just about everywhere you look. … Continue reading

Museum Monday: Atlanta’s Inaugural Museum Week

Exciting news for our local blog readers… This Saturday marks the start of Atlanta’s first ever Museum Week! And we say, it’s about time!!! There are so many wonderful places to visit in and around our very fine city, and … Continue reading

Part 3: Get Ready for Outdoor Living

This third and final installment of our “Outdoor Living” series on the blog for steve mckenzie’s, focuses on the eating/entertaining side of outdoor living. Our previous two posts focused on outdoor furnishings and ideal outdoor textiles, so this subject should … Continue reading

“Woman in Gold” and Art Around Us

A few nights ago, the newest member of the steve mckenzie’s team, Xavier Neuner, had the opportunity to attend the preview of the new movie, Woman in Gold, which will be out in theaters tomorrow. Here’s a preview of the film, if … Continue reading

Collectibles: An Easter Tradition

As a child, Jill received some very special eggs from the Easter Bunny… Specifically, beautiful German paper mâché eggs! They were filled with chocolates each year, and Jill’s date back to before 1918! Although the chocolate was not vintage :-)) Here’s … Continue reading