about the rev

The Reverie is a creative co-working studio for the female makers, designers, artists + dreamers of Atlanta. Our community of women has a little bit of everything - from woodworkers to vintage fashion curators - and it keeps on growing! Our 3,600 square foot space is outfitted with a gallery, lounge, workshop area, private studios, and a mysterious staircase (that goes absolutely nowhere). 


So, let's be friends in real life! Whether you're attending one of our classes, perusing through our market, or clinking a drink at a maker's mingle, we're excited to meet you and hear your story. Here's to dreaming big and making friends along the way!

Welcome to The Reverie.


the gals

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Looking for a studio space and a kickin' group of co-workers? Apply to become a Woman of The Reverie! *cue jazz hands*


Our calendar is looking pretty cute - and you're invited to all of it! Sign up for a class or join us for a market. 


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meet megan


Megan is a proud Georgia Tech grad with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for female empowerment. She first married these two pursuits when working for a social start-up in Budapest, through her art business, Painted Parcels, and in her latest venture, The Reverie.


Her hope for The Reverie is to build a community where women can create beautiful messes, strive vulnerably and grow alongside their fellow creatives.


If she's not hanging with the gals at The Rev, you can find Megan watering her plants in her West Midtown apartment, exploring the hidden gems of the city, or making friends with someone else's dog.

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448 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW  //  Atlanta, GA


© 2019  The Reverie LLC

Photography by Kelsey Butcher + Angie Zhang