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PEACOCK DECOR ~ HALL C 151 July 16, 2013

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Peacock Decor, a 38 year old family business located in Arab, AL, offers a line of all natural wooden furniture, appealing for lodge living, industrial chic, rustic Americana and more.
A complete, one-stop shop, owner Jerry Williamson and crew, cut the wood primarily from standing dead timber, rescued from local burn piles and city dumps after lighting strikes and tornados.
From there, they create designs, many suggested by the wood itself, into incredible, strong, coffee, end, sofa, side and bistro tables, stools, benches, dining sets and more. Styles include rustic, contemporary rustic, urban, industrial chic, or all natural. They try not to blur the lines, but find that mixing two styles can create a very appealing piece such as a wooden top and metal base. Most pieces have a natural “live” edge.
Jerry and his wife of 50 years, Lindia, run the business with their three adult children, but spend as much time as possible with their 8 grandchildren!
See photos of the furniture and how it’s made below.
Email: jerry@peacockdecor.com

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LAST CHANCE GAS ~ HALL G 433 June 13, 2013

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Steven Sinatra grew up in Long Island, NY, restoring a 1932 Nash with his Dad. He worked at a Texaco Service Station while in high school and college. His brother owns two 1969 vintage cars. Steve has been around cars all his life so it makes perfect sense that he has a passion for rescuing old signs and memorabilia from this glorious era. This is one shop you want to bring Dad to on Father’s day and let him pick from all Steve’s treasures. His collection is awesome.
Steve Sinatra at Lakewood 400 2     One of Steve’s specialities is cotton t-shirts sporting old vintage patches from employee uniforms! What a great gift for Dad or yourself!
But there’s more. The next article is about Lori Sinatra, Steve’s wife. This business is a partnership!








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Brown Eyed Antiques & The Georgia Peach Antiques ~ Hall G 400 & 442 May 30, 2013

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Beth Miller of Brown Eyed Antiques and Helen Peach of The Georgia Peach bring an eclectic mix to Lakewood 400 in their Hall G shops. Beth hand picks things she loves specializing in Vintage, Mid Century Modern, repurposed furniture, custom lamps and lighting, painted furniture, repurposed items, art work, salvaged windows and doors and loads of industrial items. She also loves to build custom furniture pieces.
Helen of The Georgia Peach specializes in collectibles, primitive and vintage items from unique to unusual and sports a love for architectural salvage.
These two compliment each other beautifully, “We have a good time finding items from the past and bringing them to the future.” Together they bring a large variety of items for your home.
Helen relocated from England in 1996 to Louisiana and moved to Georgia in 2004. She is the proud mom of 3 boys and 1 girl. Beth moved to Atlanta in the early 90’s. She worked in the computer world for 18 years but her love for interior design finally won out. She has a “patient” husband and 3 beautiful children.
According to Beth, “This industry is so rewarding and life is good when you can do something you love.”
Beth’s Email:browneyedantiques@gmail.com
Helen’s Email: helenpeach@bellsouth.net
Helen’s on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thegeorgiapeachantiques


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Talk about a hobby that got out of control!
Jimmy Jenkins’ gallery at Lakewood 400 offers all the things he loves and has collected for years, primarily Machine Age Items and Retro-Rustic Industrial artifacts. He has carefully and fully restored LINEBERRY industrial factory carts, Treadle Sewing Machines with glass or wooden tops, UGA wooden coffee tables from the UGA Stanford Stadium Sky Suites, Old Growth reclaimed Cypress Slabs crafted into desks, long side tables, coffee tables and more. Jimmy also has Civil War wood cut prints from Leslie’s Pictorial History of the Civil War as well as Harper’s and Leslie’s period newspapers, Harvest baskets, fishing baskets, early Mahjong Tile Games, Color Glass lantern Slides, working 1940’s SunCraft Ultraviolet Lamps, Industrial jointed lamps, and a bunch of other eclectic examples of American Industrial arts.
Jimmy’s life has been as colorful as his Gallery collection.
He grew up living around the world and several southern states at Army forts … Salzburg Austria, Atlantic and Pacific sides of the Canal Zone, Panama, Fort Sherman (Jungle warfare School), Fort Howard, Ft. Smith Arkansas, Fort Benning, GA, Ft. Jackson, SC. He actually attended three different high schools!
In his professional life, Jimmy is a full time real estate Broker for mountain land throughout the Georgia mountains.  His log home and office are located on the Nottely River in Blairsville. He is an expert in log home construction and loves to work with people looking for the perfect log home.
Jimmy and his wife, Karen, reside in Roswell. Karen teaches gifted children. They have two grown daughters.
You are sure to enjoy meeting Jimmy and seeing his eclectic collection. Find Jimmy in Hall H 537.
Email: clarion47g@gmail.com
Website: http://www.TheBuyerAgency.com


JOHN COLLIER ~ VERANDA January 15, 2013

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John comes all the way from Pennsylvania with great architectural salvage, repurposed wooden tables and antiques.


Kemp Designs January 18, 2012

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Kemp is a designer of industrial-style furniture and lighting.  He believes that today more than ever, a designer’s primary objective should be to create and repurpose objects that not only enable people to live more comfortably, but to do so without harm to the environment.  Every object Kemp designs, fabricates or repurposes reflects his beliefs.

Exposed to antiquing early in life, Kemp grew up in Chicago, the son of an antique dealer.  He studied Interior Design and Architecture at the Harrington Institute of Design in Chicago.  As a designer, this visionary combines his love of antiques with his respect for the environment and turns industrial castoffs into incredible furniture, lighting, accessories and art.  Kemp is in Hall G 454 at Lakewood 400 and also welcomes customers by appointment to his studio in an airplane hanger in Suwanee.

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Website:  kempdesigns.com       Blog:  kempdesigns.blogspot.com