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The Next Cool Thing Part 2: The “Gone with the Wind” Team

This week Design2Sell – Interiors & Homestaging will blog about all happenings around the Next Cool Thing. We talked about how everything started, and today about our “Gone with the Wind” Team and what we are planning to accomplish.

You will get an up-close look at how Scarlett O’Hara’s home appeared in the classic movie, “Gone with the Wind”, and how it might appear today. A historical and modern interpretation “How Scarlett might live today” of the famous house will be revealed at the special event.

Culver Studios

The shared “Gone with the Wind” project features 14th Street Antiques Market, Atlanta designers and other vendors. The interior design is a collaboration of Susan Anderson, Barclay Stone and Barbara Heil-Sonneck. Art, period furniture, lighting and accessories will be provided by 14th Street Antiques Market, Cort Furnishings and Huff Furniture will provide modern furnishings for the space. Costumes will be created by Kathy Antar of the Sewing Studio.

Thank you to all our Sponsors and supporters:
* Fabrics by Peachtree Fabrics.
* Set built by Bryan Ponder of Brypon Land Development
* Karen Lutz  of Wall Expressions
* Peachtree Battle Antiques and Interiors
* Simple Floors, Wilson, Hull and Neal, and Jessie Walker of the Faulkner Realestate Group and Dennis Dean catering the event

THE NEXT COOL THING is a three-day showcase of local Georgia-based creative resources to support the infrastructure of the growing film and television industry due to the recent 30% tax incentives in Georgia.

 Design2Sell offers Home Staging & Interior Design Services

in the Metro Atlanta area.

Barbara Heil-Sonneck has been featured in several publications. The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The Home Improvement Magazine, Radio Shows and was selected to be one of 8 Designers showcasing their work at the 2010 Atlanta Homeshow

For a free home staging proposal,
contact us @ (678) 778-8642
or www.HomeDesign2Sell.com

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