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Episode 548: Anna Braund


In 2016 Anna Braund was hand-selected by the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) as one of the Southeast’s eleven up-and-coming designers to watch, and nationally by Schumacher in her curated Tastemaker collection for the luxury textile empire.

Anna’s work is currently the featured article for Southern Living’s September issue and Anna has been published in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and Atlanta Magazine Home.

With a philosophy that design should be both bespoken to the individual and rooted in the formal principles of design, Anna Braund uses pattern, form and color to create honest expressions of each client’s spirit. Some her favorite collections were highlighted at an Interior Perspectives tour she curated at ADAC, Hidden Gems; A Look at ADAC’s Southern Bespoke Collections.

From a young age Anna transformed much of the world she saw, drawing her dream homes with her mother’s drafting tools (a designer with Ferry Hayes & Allen) and religiously rearranging furniture in her parents’ home to bring spaces to life.

Since, interior design has been her passion, service and pursuit. Anna’s background includes a fine arts degree from the University of Georgia coupled with notable exhibition awards from the University’s Lamar Dodd School of Art. Following schooling, Anna honed her craft working for a nationally renowned interior designer in Atlanta.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Anna Braund Interiors provides residential interior design services as well as assisting builders in the design and finishing process of historic preservation and new construction.

The firm has received recognition as Best of Houzz for service and design, every year since its inception in 2013. Anna is the recipient of HGTV’s National Top 10 Fresh Faces of Design and is a part of exclusive Southern Living’s exclusive Designer Network.

Explore Anna’s Website here

Add Anna’s book recommendation, Art of The House, to your design library by clicking here

Art of the House- Reflections on Design


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