Getting away from civilization can do wonders for your creativity -- just look at Jack London, Ansel Adams, or anyone who stopped playing Civilization, and actually finished that sonnet. Snag furniture from a guy who fled ATL's trappings: Paul Freundt.
A Savannah native and degree-holder from both UGA and GSU who packed up and moved to the North GA mountains in 1995 to get some inspiration, Freundt creates artful furniture (from scrap metal and other materials sourced from as far away as NY) when he's not sculpting works for clients as big as the MARTA Civic Center station and Elton John, who received his work, then cautioned Kiki Dee "don't go breaking my art". He keeps at least one of every item he crafts in stock for buyers, including chairs with low, armrest-looking backs like the brushed-bronze "Sweptback", the browner-bronze, curvy-legged "Hellas", and the triangular-backed "Troas", which has won numerous chair show prizes, including ones from the LA Times and the North Carolina Folk Art Center, who misrepresent their feelings on art when mispronounced. Pull that seat up to area & coffee tables like the glass-topped, silver/gold, billiards-homaging "Foyer" (w/ three balls and four cue-stick-looking things running in between the legs), and amoeba-shaped-glass setups w/ bronze bowtie legs; there're also oxidized pieces like the minimalist triangular "Mesa", and the "Nebula" table & chair set, so named because they look like crabs, which is crazy, cause everyone knows NGC 6960 is the bombest nebula.
Paul will also make you a custom table/chair if you tell him what you're into and shoot him a pic of where it's going; he can also do stuff in cheaper metals like stainless steel and aluminum -- resources you could've developed in Civilization, if you had just buckled down, and stopped writing all that loser poetry.