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THANK YOU LIVING INTOWN MAGAZINE!

I'm Erika Ward

Over a decade ago, I exchanged my corporate life in building construction for an opportunity to enhance your personal home via decoration and renovation.  My mission? To help busy professionals make their homes their sanctuaries.

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I was most recently featured in the November/December 2013 issue of Living Intown Magazine! Living Intown is a brand-spanking new glossy magazine publication produced by the AJC! Living Intown aims to provide an insider’s perspective into the unique neighborhoods of intown Atlanta.

As an Atlanta native perhaps I’m naturally biased to think Atlanta is one of the best cities in the United States. Atlanta has so much to offer here for every industry, every culture. If you are considering a move here, then join the ranks of the many transplants who are here and have already planted their Southern roots.

Before I start to sound like an volunteer member of the Atlanta Visitor’s Bureau, I’ll ask that you take a look at my feature “Designing Woman.” It’s an interview that I am most proud of! I believe it addresses me an entire person, not just my professional life. Many thanks to the writer Linda Jerkins for deeming me worthy of this feature and to photographer Jenni Girtman for making me look like a superstar.

Thanks to everyone for your support.

Click HERE to read the entire feature.

 

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DESIGN OBSESSED, ATLANTA GO-TO GIRL, STYLE CHAMELEON, BEACH LOVER. 

Hi, I'm Erika.
Your Design + Happy Healthy Home Advocate.

Over a decade ago, I exchanged my corporate life in building construction for an opportunity to enhance your personal home via decoration and renovation. My mission? To help busy professionals make their homes their sanctuaries.

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