Home + Style Issue: Room raiders 

Invading Atlanta's coolest spaces, one pad at a time

Shelter is essential to human life, but style is what makes it worth living. To prove it, we raided the living quarters of six local creatives to see how they transformed boring, blank walls into functional works of art. Click your ruby red slippers three times: These rooms prove there's no place like home.
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