Step Inside The Secret Gardens

Following its highly successful inaugural Secret Gardens of Johns Creek held last May, this annual fundraiser plans to raise the bar. Last year’s tour showcased homes in Thornhill, Prestwick, Oxford Mill, Cameron Forest and a Shakerag estate property.  The 2019 tour proudly features homes in The Country Club of the South, The Falls of Autrey Mill and Chartwell.  Additionally, the…

Try Before You Buy

Atlanta’s Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Cove showroom provides one of the most unique, customer-friendly experiences available for shoppers anywhere. Based in Buckhead’s bustling Terminus Atlanta complex, the renowned Chef George Laudun recently engaged 15 prospective and returning patrons with another one of his mouth-watering, multiple-course cooking demonstrations using solely the company’s state-of-the-art appliances sold on site. Sizzling sea scallops sautéed to…

Johns Creek Toddler Honored as Ambassador

    Two-year-old Finn Wood’s favorite pastime are the playgrounds at Jones Bridge Park and in the Medlock Bridge subdivision where he lives with parents, Jenn and Joseph, and grandparents Bill and Debby Wood.   His infectious joy for life combined with his love for toy cars and trucks makes him the perfect ambassador for Cars & ‘Q for the Cause,…

Everybody Clean Up

A group of six Chattahoochee High School students (Lindsay Morris, Meghana Pothukuchi, Anastasiya Viryaskina, Natasha Mohanty, Mallika Kenkare, and Siri Kanakala) hosted a trash cleanup event on Taylor Road recently. The project was completed as part of their participation in Student Leadership Johns Creek, a two-year leadership program in which students organize a community service project during their first year. The students worked…

Hushed in Miramar Beach

It’s very easy to talk about how busy our lives are, needing more time to relax or wishing we had more vacation time. But when we actually some time away from our hectic schedules, it’s even more difficult to unwind these days. I’ve heard many people say that it takes them several days at the beginning of a vacation just…

April Showers bring May flowers,

April editor’s letter I hate paper towels. I buy two rolls each year, just before Thanksgiving. With more meals being prepared by more hands in the kitchen, I bow down to the handiness of these earth crushing rectangles of convenient absorbency. The two rolls last until February or so. Then, it’s back to using dish … Continued

April 2019 Around Town

Flooring Fun Flack’s Flooring has just completed renovating it’s one of a kind interactive showroom. This 5,000 square foot space allows shoppers to see, feel, and walk on all the newest trends in floorcovering. “Our client’s biggest concern is choosing the right flooring for their home. It’s a major decision that will be in their … Continued

Junior Gadiators Groom Girls For Lacrosse Success

Atlanta’s suburbs are a hotbed for niche sports like lacrosse, one of the oldest team sports and fastest growing sports in North America. It is quickly spreading to Georgia and is hitting an all-time high in areas like Alpharetta and Johns Creek.  According to Global Sports Matters, since 2001, lacrosse has added more than half a million participants from youth to the…

Summer Classics in Spring

Summer Classics Home Atlanta has been a partner with Polo in the Pines, contributing beautiful outdoor seating to the event that has raised $345,000 for pediatric brain cancer research through The Sharon McCollum Knight, Polo in the Pines Pediatric Cancer Research Fund at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. “As a company, Summer Classics Home has always strived to give back to the communities that we…

Going Green

Living Sustainably in Style Article Nicolette Martin Did you know that in 2016, world plastic production totaled around 335 million metric tons, according to the Earth Day Network? Although you probably can’t singlehandedly change the environmental toll of the amount of plastic pollution that comes from that kind of number, we’ve rounded up a few … Continued