Making a statement for being non-traditional, these Southern homes offer outside-the-box living arrangements. Be prepared to be astounded by these seven unusual homes that stand out among the ordinary home offerings in the South. Image: Zillow
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.
Annie Bayer Goldberg’s home reflects the interior design advice she gives to clients. Peppered with her favorite design elements, the space captures her & her family’s personality well! Take a look inside.
Architect John Harrison Jones & designer Elizabeth Malmo bring the outdoors in — and vice versa — in this modern family farmhouse in the Delta.
Southern designers share spaces they have made festive for the holidays. Plus, they share the thought behind their designs. Image: Jordan & Alaina Photography
The halls are decked, which means the holidays must be here! Take a look at the Atlanta Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse, and you’ll instantly get into the spirit of the season!
Whether you’re looking to move or not, it’s often fun to take a look inside other people’s homes. And when you up the market value, well, the swoon factor goes up as well. Take a look at these high-end Southern homes currently on the market.
Step into a home designed by Beth Kooby, and you’re sure to notice soothing touches of nature and warmth. This home, while serene and healing, also has punches of color and eclectic touches. Take a look!
Whether you’re dressing your door with something traditional, unique or luxurious, these wreaths will greet your guests in festive spirit. Here are the seasonal wreaths you need!
Located in a neighborhood in a bustling Southern city, this Charlotte home is surrounded by simple, refined landscaping that creates a private and quiet retreat for the homeowners.
Is it possible to sit outside 12 months a year and enjoy dining, watching television, gathering with friends and relaxing? Yes it is! Here’s how.