Atlanta gets a touch of glamour with retro pieces from the heart of the 20th century.. The Look The Hollywood days of Veronica Lake and Cary Grant. Silent butlers, decanters, Chippendale tables and velvet sofas speak to the elegant and deep-pocketed. This highbrow boutique (and Southeast rarity) stocks vintage to couture, most pieces designed by mid-century masters like Paul Frankl and Russel Wright.
What's in Store Choose from your favorite decade: a deco-style cabinet circa 1930s ($9,800), a '40s black lacquer cocktail table ($5,300), a Tommi Parzinger '50s dining set, a '60s wood block sofa. Belvedere's accessories are as fanciful as its furniture--from a pair of deco candlesticks ($2,500) to an obscure upside-down-icicle-looking "citrine point" ($925). To give your home a hint of this look without spending thousands, check out the vintage photographs, vases, lamps and decorative shagreen boxes.