How Alton Brown and Elizabeth Ingram’s Georgia Apartment – The couple first started as client and designer, but by the end of this month will be husband and wife. A few years ago, as a form of congratulations on a job well done, mutual acquaintances started calling Elizabeth Ingram to tell her that Alton Brown liked a number of the restaurants she had designed in Atlanta—which include Beetlecat, Marcel, Superica El Tigre, and now, Golden Eagle.
But there was just one problem: “She didn’t know who I was, so that was meaningless to her!” Brown good-naturedly laughs. That may seem hard to fathom for anyone who has ever tuned in to the Food Network in the past two decades: Brown is the creator and host of Good Eats, and host and main commentator on Iron Chef America and Cutthroat Kitchen—and from there, his culinary-based curriculum vitae continues. But this month, in front of friends and family in Charleston, he’ll add one more title to his résumé: that of Ingram’s husband.
Perhaps Ingram’s initial ignorance in regard to Brown was due to her own level of success: In the restaurant, bar, and residential design industry, Ingram has been a highly sought-after designer for as long as Brown has been on television; last year she even released her own furniture line, which includes elegant stools, chairs, and sofas. Despite her revolving door of projects, Ingram found time to attend a signing Brown was holding for his book, EveryDayCook, in October of 2016.
“Materials don’t lie. Decorations change, but great materials never do,” says Brown. In the dining room, Ingram paired a vintage table and chairs from Brick + Mortar with an area rug from Moattar. The vintage light fixture was repurposed by Ingram, with similar styles on her website.
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