The Drawing Room Opens at Atlanta's Buckhead Village

The showroom features a curated collection of vintage and one-of-a-kind furniture and art.

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Co-founders Seth van den Bergh (left) and Daniel Zimmerman (right); Photo Courtesy of Jamestown
Co-founders Seth van den Bergh (left) and Daniel Zimmerman (right); Photo Courtesy of Jamestown

The Drawing Room — an Atlanta-based interior design firm — opened its first showroom at Buckhead Village in Atlanta. The space features a curated collection of vintage, one-of-a-kind furniture and art hand-selected by The Drawing Room designers and founders, Daniel Zimmerman and Seth van den Bergh.

Founded by the duo in 2018, The Drawing Room is an Atlanta-based design firm driven by a global perspective and a modern approach to classical design principles. The firm’s new 1,200-square-foot showroom and gallery will offer guests a curated look at the TDR Collection, the firm’s private collection of unique and vintage pieces curated from across the globe. It will also serve as an office and meeting space for the team to consult with a variety of clients, both those interested in one-on-one styling and design and those who would like to drop by and browse the gallery.

Design of the space will incorporate the duo’s aesthetic through the use of their collection of internationally acquired vintage pieces and newly made furnishings of their own design.

Bringing together diverse backgrounds, Zimmerman and van den Bergh incorporate layers of their collective well of design experiences to achieve a style at once eclectic and metropolitan. Daniel, the “classic,” spent his early studies in finance and brings a passion for value and deeper-meaning to each project. Seth, the “dreamer,” spent years traveling and studying abroad, and brings a sense of bold exploration to the team. Zimmerman and Van Den Bergh believe there is no “one size fits all” process when it comes to interior design.

“We aim to create the wellspring from which an entire lifestyle is formed,” says van den Bergh. “The result is both storied and timeless – and a model of where we’d like to lead contemporary design in Atlanta.”