"A thing of beauty is a joy forever; its loveliness increases, it will never pass into nothingness."  -  John Keats

At Wyatt Designs, we delight in listening to our clients and translating their visions into tangible spaces that reflect their personalities and meet the demands of their unique lifestyles. Whether working on primary residence in Buckhead, a bachelor pad in Midtown, a vacation home in Jackson Hole, or a family compound in Sea Island, our goal is the same - to strike the seemingly elusive balance between form and function and create beautiful, hardworking spaces that both inspire our clients and add ease to their everyday lives.


Our thoughtfully planned interiors are fresh interpretations of classic design that speak to the style of each client, rather than highlighting the latest trends in décor. We believe in highly personal design that cannot be pinned to a certain year—or designer—and savor the opportunity to incorporate family heirlooms, favorite colors, found objects and prized collections with timeless pieces and modern accents to achieve an evolved aesthetic comprised of elements that lend depth, character, and distinctiveness to each space.


Creating bespoke interiors that evoke emotion and optimize function is the hallmark of Wyatt Designs, but our signature strength is our ability to achieve these results while working within our client’s design budget. Our engagements range from consultations by the hour to interior design updates to renovations and new construction, and we approach each with the goal of helping our clients love the places where they spend time. We are adept at helping clients prioritize design choices and allocate funds accordingly; we are creative in adding design elements from unconventional sources when necessary; and we are committed to our belief that every budget has room to make a lasting impression.


Emily Wyatt founded Atlanta-based Wyatt Designs in 2012 and has been collaborating on interior design projects throughout the United States since 2008. Prior to establishing her eponymous firm, Emily served as a project manager for leading Atlanta designer Liza Bryan.