Robert Leleux (President) is the former editor of domino magazine, and the former managing editor of Lonny. His essays and articles have appeared in such publications as The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, and The Huffington Post. He is also the author of three books—The Memoirs of a Beautiful Boy, The Living End, and the forthcoming Southern Style Now™ .
The past is a valuable and proven teacher of classic and iconic design. The future can be viewed as an open canvas waiting for the next impactful expression of design that will become history. The present is the opportunity to masterfully mix both the best of the past and project the next wave of design style. Components of the perfect pallet, choice accents, lush textures, and unexpected
nuances translate into today’s unforgettable style of living.
Mallory Mathison Glenn of Mallory Mathison Inc. approaches today’s design opportunities as the perfect window for combining all that the
past and future offer to provide personally expressive interiors tailored to each client.
Pairing her ten years of work experience with extensive educational training with a BS in Interior Design and Art History from the University of Alabama and a post graduate certificate in Antiques and Interiors Connoisseurship at Parsons School of Design in New York, Mallory has a natural vision for creating statement design projects for residential and commercial clients. Her work has been recognized locally and nationally as an emerging voice in the field.
Mallory Mathison Inc. is based in Atlanta, Georgia and has developed a client base across the South and Northeast. The breadth of her work can be seen in small jewel-like spaces as well as expansive projects. Mallory’s insight into the individual is the key to bringing projects to a perfect conclusion by creating interiors that showcase not only the best designs but the client’s personal history and lifestyle.
In her spare time from the fast-paced world of interior design, Mallory loves to spend time with her husband, friends, and Shih Tzu, Henry. Locally she is involved in The Junior League of Atlanta, the Atlanta History Center, Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, and the High Museum of Art. Personal passions for international travel, entertaining, and decorative art and history of design provide constant inspiration and influence on her aesthetic and lifestyle.