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Ford Fry’s handpicked interior design guru Elizabeth Ingram dishes on her local must-haves.

IN GOOD TASTE
Ford Fry’s in-house design director, Elizabeth Ingram, on-site at new steakhouse Marcel with her dog Francis Luther

“[Brick + Mortar] is a good place to hunt for wonderful vintage decorative pieces—deer heads, other wall decor, the occasional amazing chair." Wooden theater stool, $95, Brick + Mortar, 1100 Howell Mill Road, 404.402.6518

“I love almost anything from Giles & Brother.” Double twist and ball cuff, $105

Superica feels like an authentic, Texan Tex-Mex place like the spots I frequented in Austin.” Superita, $12, Superica, 99 Krog St. NE, 678.791.1310

Poem88’s Robin Bernat has such a great eye!” “Bear Creek,” by Micah Cash, oil on canvas, $2,400, at Poem88 Gallery & Bookshop, 1170 Howell Mill Road, Ste. 106, 404.735.1000

Jonathan Adler is the place to go for things that will make you smile.” Casablanca stripe pillow, $225, at Jonathan Adler, 3065 Peachtree Road NE, 404.367.0414

After interior designer Elizabeth Ingram worked her magic on chef Ford Fry’s home, he was so impressed he created a job for her, making her the official design director for Rocket Farm Restaurants. Despite the glam title, Ingram spends her time sleuthing out the just-right details for Fry’s newest concepts. Somehow, Ingram (who jokes she should get “hazard pay” for where she sources some items) still manages to stay stylish all day long.