So even though Zach and I love living in Charlotte, Atlanta still holds a special place in our hearts. We decided to go back to the city last Friday for haircuts/ pre-birthday celebrating. Since my birthday fell on Maundy Thursday we knew we would not be able to do a lot of celebrating on the actual day or following Easter weekend. Anyways, it was a super fast trip to the ATL, but so many beautiful things caught my attention while we were there.
Our first stop in town was of course Studio Philisa. I am beyond thrilled to have Lisa cutting my hair again and yes, it was totally worth the 3.5 hour drive! I know I have mentioned this place before, but it really is special and so beautiful inside.
After the haircuts I noticed the most beautiful trees bordering the parking lot. I have no idea what they are, but the texture of the bark was breath-taking and dramatic. (This would be one of the many moments I wish Allie was with us. That girl knows everything about nature!)
Zach snapped a shot of me with my new haircut...
After the haircuts we were driving around Inman Park and stumbled across this little modern gem in an unexpected neighborhood. I tried to hack together a full shot of the house since I could not get far enough away to capture it all.
I love looking at architecture like this. It inspires me to think differently about space and the boundaries we create with materials.
As usual, we took a quick jaunt through Kudzu and found a few cool new things.
I love the upholstered seating on the outdoor patio...