Interior designer Michele Gratch recently renovated the home of empty-nesters looking for a fresh update. See how she transformed their space into a refreshing retreat!
In the South, we love our homes and interior design is a big deal. We aim to inspire with our beautiful local and regional homes we feature each month. We also showcase expert designer tips and tricks for every room in the house. And, as we have a special affinity for kitchens, we try to feature a spectacular one each month as well!
A striking before and after shows dramatic ways to lighten up a home. Take a look at this stunning Texas home transformation.
Vibrant colors, brilliant layering and amazing design set Southern interior designer Abbe Fenimore apart. Get to know our newest Interior Designer Crush.
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
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.
Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year is “Living Coral.” Here is our guide on how to incorporate the shade into your home and wardrobe.
“Classic design is about an enduring foundation with room to grow,” says our latest Interior Designer Crush. Check out Leslie Cotter Dorazil’s elegant interiors.
Bradley Odom’s handsome and well-curated spaces are filled with sartorially savvy design. His store Dixon Rye is filled with items that reflect his style, and today he shares some of his story (as well as his coffee table must-haves!). Meet our newest Interior Designer Crush.
Southern designers share spaces they have made festive for the holidays. Plus, they share the thought behind their designs. Image: Jordan & Alaina Photography