Thomasville Magazine Selects Atlanta Artist Christy Griner Hulsey's Work For Fall Cover

Thomasville Magazine Selects Atlanta Artist Christy Griner Hulsey's Work For Fall Cover

Luxury Wreath Colonial House of Flowers Thomasville Georgia Magazine Cover


Atlanta, Georgia  – Colonial House of Flowers, a dynamic force in the local and international floral industry, is pleased to announce that our wreath is featured on the cover of Thomasville Magazine. 


Atlanta floral artist Christy Griner Hulsey's work has been selected by Thomasville Magazine for the fall magazine cover in Thomasville, Georgia. Hulsey's work featuring faux an artificial botanicals from Pottery Barn and Park Hill Collection was chosen from a highly competitive line up of options to feature. 

South Georgia by birth, Christy has lived in Atlanta since 2020. Originally schooled in journalism at the University of Georgia, a series of circumstance and serendipity led her to embrace floral art as a career and she now travels regularly around the country and the world including trips to Asia and South America to share her floral know-how and design.

Christy collaborates regularly with the Thomasville Center for the Arts to create one of a kind floral installations, demonstrations and workshops. Christy considers the storied town of Thomasville among her favorites and the people in Thomasville among her friends and family.

"I believe the culture, history, community and art found in Thomasville are the most magical in the world. I alway feel at home in Thomasville," she says. "I am very excited about the opportunity to feature my work on the cover of the Thomasville Magazine. My purpose as a floral artist is to create art that brings the world together and inspires us using the language of flowers. I am honored to be a part of this publication which aligns so close with my personal goals of promoting a happier, more beautiful world that celebrates the imperfections in nature."

The Thomasville Magazine "has a reputation as the the town’s first and finest magazine of its kind. Beautiful design, engaging editorial and high-quality photography combine to reach the community at every level in and around our town."

​Published four times a year, Thomasville Magazine, a full-color lifestyle magazine features local community members, businesses, regional artists, history, personal profiles, community events, travel, and more.

The Thomasville Magazine direct mails issues to subscribers and distributes copies to waiting rooms in businesses, clinics and salons every two months throughout the state of Georgia and north Florida. The magazine targets all members of the community as well as adults ages 25-64 with annual incomes of $75,000 or more. In addition, the magazine is available at retail outlets in Thomasville and Cairo. Always cognizant of the mission to inform, enlighten and delight readers, Thomasville Magazine strives for accuracy, visual appeal, and relevance.

The wreath was photographed at THE STORE in Milton's Crabapple Market in North Fulton. THE STORE, owned by Dinna Eckstein son, is an upscale, casual furniture showroom and design boutique. Dinna says, "we are dedicated to providing our clients with thoughtfully chosen and innovative home furnishings and accessories of the highest quality. Built on a culture of joy, warmth, creativity and authentic relationships, curated from the best in the industry, our team will blend your life with a beautiful upscale casual style, helping to create your best lifestyle."

Further details can be found on the Thomasville Magazine website at

Further details about Dinna Eckstein and THE STORE in Milton can be found here: www.TheStore.Design.

For further information about Christy Griner Hulsey and Colonial House of Flowers including dates and times for her presentations and to see items in her shop, please visit her website at or email


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