The Serenbe Aesthetic

If you've ever wanted to give your home a bit of Serenbe flair, now is your chance.

There’s just something about the style at Serenbe. Residents have their porches ready to receive guests at a moment’s notice. The gourmet meals not only taste as fresh as the ingredients, they also look like works of art. And speaking of art, you’ll find it everywhere - even in the middle of the woods.


If you’ve ever wanted to give your home a bit of Serenbe flair, now is your chance. You can find Serenbe gifts and lifestyle items on the new Shop Serenbe website. Some items - like candles that exude scents of natural foliage, Serenbe Foods jams and jellies, annual holiday ornaments, branded t-shirts, hats and koozies - have been available at The Inn for guests to shop while they visit. With the new e-commerce site, new home and art collections are also available.


The first is a selection of Robert Rausch photographs. Rausch is the creative director at the GAS Design Center in Tuscumbia, Alabama, and his designs can be found across the country, including at Serenbe, where he was commissioned by Steve Nygren to create street lightsas works of art. His photography has been featured in publications such as Garden & Gun, Elle, Cottage Living, and Veranda, and the exclusive collection found on Shop Serenbe is featured throughout the rooms of Serenbe’s recently-launched boutique wellness retreat, Portal.


The second is curated lifestyle items from The Porch Collection, selected by Mister & Mrs. Sharp, in partnership with Napa Home & Garden. Recognized as the porch capital of America by Country Living magazine, Serenbe’s Porch Collection was “curated to give anyone a taste of the life that Serenbe offers- a life that is full of fresh food, fresh air, and focused on wellbeing,” said Patrick Sharp. Mister & Mrs. Sharp’s mission, according to Patrick, was “to create a beautiful space where people can relax and unwind in the midst of everyday luxury.”


The collection certainly is luxurious, with selections including original furniture, garden and tabletop décor, and lighting fixtures to bring the magic of Serenbe into your home and onto your porch. Many of the items were featured at the 2021 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Serenbe Designer Showhouse.


Guests to Serenbe have been asking how they can take apiece of our paradise in the woods home with them, and now there’s a way to outfit your entire home with Serenbe style. Stay tuned for more releases this year and sign up on the Shop to be the first to know.


Shop all the collections at All photography was shot in the woods of Serenbe; choose your favorite nature image to be printed on Hahnemühle fine art paper with two available sizes,priced from $95.00 to $145.00. Want to learn more about Robert Rausch or Mister & Mrs. Sharp? Listen to their stories on the Serenbe Stories podcast, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts.

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