If your style is Art Deco, you'll find it at the Mission Motif on Miami Circle.

Thomas Deans Fine Arts specializes in contemporary art, historical works on paper, and select photography and sculpture.

There are more than 900 chandeliers on display at Maurice Chandelier, plus French antique clocks, fine objects, fine furniture and statuary.

There's a little bit of everything at Foxgloves -- from jewelry to English, French, Italian, Spanish and Swedish items.

At Dearing Antiques you'll find one-of-a-kind pieces as well as English period antiques and French country furniture.

Miami Circle: Atlanta’s Go-To Enclave for Home Decor

Atlanta is the mecca of the home decorating industry. Whether it’s AmericasMart, ADAC, Bennett Street or shops on the Westside and Buckhead, Atlanta is the place to go for rugs, furniture, lighting and whatever makes your house a home.

Miami Circle was one of the first enclaves of small boutiques where you could find that just-right touch for your home. Originally, it was a small group of antique shops but it has since blossomed into a top resource for both the interior design and retail customer. With more than 60 showrooms, Miami Circle — located in south Buckhead off Piedmont Road — is the place to go for all home decor needs, as well as beauty, apparel, art, home theater and audio, flooring, jewelry and fitness. It also boasts one of Atlanta’s favorite restaurants. Miami Circle shops cater to both consumers and trade professionals.

Art and Auction Houses

Antiques

Furniture

Lighting

Flooring

Rugs

Clothing

Miscellaneous

Restaurants

Journalist Mary Welch writes business and lifestyle stories for local and national publications. 

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