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.
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!
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!
These dreamy bathrooms provide an escape from a busy day. Check out five Southern bathrooms that will make you swoon.
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.
Ever wonder what lies within the loft spaces of downtown Birmingham? Here is your sneak peek into the dreamy abodes overlooking the Magic City. Image: Liesa Cole
Her design approach is nothing short of artistry. With precision and finesse, Tammy Connor captures each project’s unique style, personality and sense of place. Image: Peter Olson
A traditional New Orleans home got an interior makeover. The historic bones are the foundation for a now modern, light and bright interior that is both inviting and functional.
Frances Zook updated this Cape Cod-style house with interior designer Judy Tillman Long, brightening and freshening the space with soothing, beautiful neutrals. Also, you do not want to miss this unique garage!
Sustainable communities are popping up across the South. These unique developments are ones that embrace their natural surroundings and create nature-centric experiences for their residents. Find out why these are ideal places to have a primary or second home. Image: Balsam Mountain Preserve