interior design, art, Atlanta
Best of Atlanta, Jill & Steve McKenzie

We (Steve and Jill McKenzie) opened steve mckenzie’s interiors and lifestyle store in September 2012.  Though the retail store closed in April 2018, McKenzie Interior Design and Steve’s art business continue in the same space.   The brand offers a design sensibility that converges two fundamental influences – the graciousness that we have grown to appreciate while living in the south and our personal love for the mid-century modern aesthetic. “I feel that our experience has brought us to this moment and we have a point of view to share that celebrates beauty and comfort in the home,” says Steve.

Our Offerings

The cornerstone of our offerings is steve mckenzie’s textile designs that are derived from the canvases of Steve’s artwork. Fabric and wall coverings are all available, including custom colors for your project.  Many of Steve’s original art are in the studio plus you can visit his creative art studio to commission a piece of art.  Versatile serving pieces and bar ware with Steve’s iconic patterns add a pop of color to the home or office.

Our Philosophy

Jill says, “We’ve always placed a great deal of value on the time we spend amid family and friends at home. We love to entertain, and our way is with ease, comfort and pieces we find beautiful. This is what we want to share through the products we’ve designed and carefully chosen to offer in the store.”


Steve served as Chief Designer for Larson-Juhl for the last 20 years, and as the CEO for the past decade. In addition, he is a mixed media artist, and since 2006, he has been selling his work professionally.  Today his award-winning interior design business blends his artistic eye and business acumen to best serve his clients.
Jill’s background combines quilting, design, home making and retail. Feeding a crowd of teens or a visiting group from overseas, Jill enjoys having company and making people feel at home. Be prepared to share a good thing about your day at the table! She grew up in a family who owned Scandinavian modern furniture stores, so she understands the design process.  Look for the orange bell that her parents used in their store, on Steve’s desk.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello Mr. Mckenzie,

    I hope that all is well with you. I am the current social media coordinator for Art Institute of Atlanta IIDA campus center. We met a couple of years ago when you hosted a lunch and learn at the school. I follow you on social media and was interested in the newest project you have coming up and was wondering if you could use some student helpers. I am sure I could gather up a good amount of students unless you just need a certain amount. I could make a sign up sheet for the first few to sign up. I’m sure it would be a great help to you and your team and also a great opportunity for students to meet professionals and get an inside look at part of the process. Please let me know what you think. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Warmest Regards,
    Brittanie Davis

  2. Hello, Steve.

    Just a note to say thank you very much for recommending that Jessica Jones contact Gardens to Love. We appreciate that very much.
    I love that you are posting a blog monthly. I work at getting one out on a monthly basis as well, hard work that it is.

    Stay in touch,
    Marcia Weber
    Gardens to Love

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