Our projects range from the intimate to the grand and from the mountains to the coast. Based in Atlanta, we are founded on the importance of understanding our clients’ needs and how best to integrate their style into a cohesive design story.
We seek to identify the unique character of each project, and develop the design story accordingly, often drawing inspiration from the worlds of fashion, art, gastronomy and nature. We acknowledge the importance of a collaborative approach to design, and easily engage with our clients and other industry professionals.
Our in-house team brings our designs to life, whilst ensuring each detail is perfected.
Tailor & Table principals, Natalia Scott Perkins and Bart Scott, are the design duo who have collectively been designing events and interiors for over 15 years. Together they have established one of Atlanta’s leading event design teams and enjoy the patronage of an array of discerning clients. With their team of highly talented individuals, they have created a bespoke design, production and installation business synonymous with quality and professionalism.
Complete support and vendor coordination for all aspects of the wedding as related to its design, including stationery, furniture and linen rentals, decor and floral arranging needs, tenting and lighting.
Complete support and vendor coordination for all aspects of the event as related to its design, including furniture and linen rentals; china, cutlery and glassware rentals; decor and floral arranging needs; tenting and lighting.
Complete support and design collaboration for select publications both printed and digital.
Complete support and design collaboration for select clients.
“I was giddy with excitement. . . When I walked in I was completely overwhelmed with emotion. It really was stunning.”
Laura Roche New York
“Bart and Natalia are true visionaries who exceed the client’s expectations every single time.”
Natalie Knox Charleston
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Leonardo da Vinci
“I can honestly say that I have never been so blown away. . . I will never ever be able to thank you enough.”
Lisa Sherrill Atlanta
“It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.”
Henry David Thoreau