About a year ago, Tupelo Honey came to town and set up shop at Warehouse Row. Any restaurant that serves biscuits with honey and jam before every meal will certainly last in the South. Part of the wallpaper on the outside of the restaurant is a blown-up photo of a brownie recipe. Cool! It is hand-written onContinue reading “Not so Famous Brownies”
The sign pretty much sums it up. Lamps for as far as you can see. I think this is a room that holds stock for the Revival store at Warehouse Row. Great stuff. Too expensive for me. But I like to use their decor to come up with ideas for my own house.
This is Warehouse Row, obviously. A Civil War era building that was turned into warehouses at the turn of the 20th century, Warehouse Row was renovated in the late 1980s or early 90s….(I can’t remember the exact date)….. and turned into an outlet mall. Slowly but surely those shops vanished and Warehouse Row became aContinue reading “Second Renovation – Snapshot of the Day, No. 276”
Location, location, location. This sign just needs better placement. I’m assuming Crave is a new food vendor in the basement of Warehouse Row; but I have not been inside in quite a while, so I’m not really sure. This was shot after hours, so I’ll have to return during operating hours.
I walked to Warehouse Row again today to get a little air and decided to shoot this as my snapshot of the day: Rhinoceros Boutique. It’s a very nice shop. A little too expensive for my salary, however. I love the photos used on Warehouse Row’s site. They are by Atlanta photographer, Sarah Dorio. IContinue reading “Rhinoceros Shopping – Snapshot of the Day, No. 126”
There is something about this food court that keeps bringing me back. When it first opened in the newly remodeled Warehouse Row, I would walk down from where I work to get design ideas for my husband’s and my new home. I love looking down on these typewriter key stools and watching people talking andContinue reading “The Cleaning Lady – Snapshot of the Day, No. 26”
This is a bar called, The Social, and it’s inside of Warehouse Row downtown. I have always heard about this place, but have never had the chance to go there. It looks pretty nice.