OLD FOURTH WARD — Jamestown said Thursday design firm Tracery Interiors is opening a temporary outlet in its Ponce City Market project.
The boutique, which will be called Ponce Living by Tracery, is scheduled to open Monday, Nov. 4, and remain open through Tuesday, Dec. 31.
Ponce Living by Tracery will occupy approximately 1,277 square feet of the former service building at the corner of Glen Iris Drive and North Avenue.
It will be adjacent to the Dancing Goats Coffee Bar in Ponce City Market’s future Flats leasing center.
Tracery is to be the precursor to the forthcoming Flats at Ponce City Market and future residential leasing center.
“Ponce Living by Tracery is an idealized home store offering a taste of the much-anticipated residential experience at Ponce City Market,” Michael Phillips, Jamestown's chief operating officer, said in a statement.
“Merchandise will showcase original art, floor coverings and distinctive accessories allowing guests a chance to become familiar with the intimate look and feel of the prospective Ponce lifestyle. The shop will be an inviting way to further engage the neighborhood during our redevelopment.”
Tracery Interiors sells a variety of interior design services and carries several lines of upholstery, antique furniture, home accents and custom designed furniture at its retail shop in Rosemary Beach, Fla.
Its work has been featured in Vanity Fair, Better Homes & Gardens, House Beautiful and Southern Living.
Tracery also will be a featured designer of the 2013 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse and Marketplace located at 58 Blackland Road NW.
“Atlanta can count on Ponce Living by Tracery to be a go-to source for all manners of décor with a range of stylistic expressions and eclectic ensemble,” said Paige Schnell, founder of Tracery Interiors.
“Our shop will accent Ponce City Market’s vibrant renovation with a selection of impressive, handcrafted finds unmatched in quality and enduring in value.”