After 35 years with the Atlanta newspapers, Marcia currently serves as Retail VP for the Buckhead Business Association, where she delivers news and trends (laced with a little gossip). Interior designer Candice Keilin provides a window into her Sandy Springs home, which is a testament to her scope and ambition to be textured, tonal and timeless. “Our home is contemporary casual and not meant to be a museum. I’ve used new, but traditional ways to update so we can keep our handed-down treasured pieces giving the home a warm but modern feel.” Keilin’s design practice includes commercial jobs such as apartment clubhouses, model homes, public spaces, work/offices, residential new home designs, and renovations, which include amazing wine cellars, kitchens and bathrooms. “Here I’m into mixing metals, updated with silver, gold and textures. … Art is very personal; there is no wrong way. We can be as creative as the client wants. Texture and layers complete art.” Keilin’s talent is to integrate glamour with the insight into how we want to raise children or live our dream lives. Her kitchen accessories, art projects, small toys and pieces, and hobbies are all hidden charmingly behind view...