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Southern Houses & Gardens
Beautiful Southern homes come in all shapes and sizes. They can be a city condo overlooking a bustling downtown and river or an historical home with beautiful southern landscaping. No matter if you are a fan of contemporary or traditional, the homes showcased on StyleBlueprint are welcoming and beautiful and just the type to inspire.
Working with a designer from the very beginning of their project allowed this family to create the perfect place to call home.
This artists’ enclave in the middle of the West Texas High Desert not only features stunning vistas, but also modern homes with refreshing, eclectic interiors.
This new build in Baton Rouge is rich in modern amenities with details that draw on the historic architectural elements commonly found in this Southern city. Take a look inside this inspiring, well-designed space.
This home is ideal to welcome home a gaggle of kids and grandkids as comfort and casual are key to making this gorgeous space work. See how designer Rhea Crenshaw used art and color to infuse the house with beautiful and casual elegance.
This beautiful home in Savannah, GA, is the perfect marriage of historic and modern, and it exudes livable elegance. Take a look!
Austin-based interior designer Meredith Ellis offers a tour of her charming Craftsman bungalow and explains the thought behind the design decisions and the careful curation of decor items that made it a perfect place to call home.
We love Jenna Buck Gross for her ability to make clients feel happy, comfortable and totally themselves. Plus, the woman knows how to use color!
Brilliant use of space and a rustic-chic design work in tandem to capture the true essence of lake living. Take a look!
This month’s interior designer crush, Marjorie Johnston, creates classic spaces with beautiful items and personal touches that offer comfort and elegance. Image: Jean Allsopp
When it comes to designing beach houses, there are a few things that simply must be incorporated. Here are two homes that showcase the unwritten rules.
Dodge your next design disaster and create a well-balanced living space with these tips from interior design experts.
Gain inspiration for harmonizing the modern and traditional elements of your home from this newly redecorated southern residence, perfectly balanced and layered!
Take a tour through this Nashville home and soak in every detail that makes the space unique. From a neutral color palate to a thoughtful floor plan, this home is perfectly designed — inside and out.
Traditional elements seamlessly blend in with modern touches in this posh Atlanta home, a look perfectly executed by designer Lyndsy Woods. Take a look!
These homeowners’ love for chinoiserie decor is pervasive throughout their beautiful 1940s home. Look at how designer Allison Hennessy gave this home a stunning traditional-with-a-twist facelift.
The beauty of this Tudor home is eclipsed only by the lush greenery and colorful splendor of its surrounding gardens.
This modern row house in downtown Birmingham seamlessly mixes modern art and architecture, heirloom and antique furniture and ecofriendly, green elements for a stunning result.
One family teamed up with Memphis designer Greg Baudoin to create a magical retreat in their second home. Check out this glamorous and graceful New Orleans getaway.
It’s a term oft-used in the design world, but what does transitional interior design really mean? We get the lowdown from an interior design expert, who explains how this approach bridges gaps to create beautiful spaces.
We tapped interior design experts for points on how to combine more than one pattern in a room, and we were pleasantly surprised at how easy it can be!
Bathrooms don’t always have to stand out. Here is a home with two bathrooms where the design was seamlessly integrated into the entire look of the home.
A 1974 tornado tore the roof and the second floor off this house, and let the homeowner totally reinvent the look of the home, which then got updated again and now it’s design brilliance! See this modern cottage, originally built in 1927, made modern.
Go inside this Lake Lanier home and see how accessible design creates a welcome space for ALL who enter.