This historic Buckhead home designed by Heather Dewberry pays homage to the owners’ childhood days while still making it functional for their modern lifestyle.
Louisville Houses & Gardens
Look inside Louisville homes and gardens and be inspired! We also showcase homes from throughout the South and interview local Louisville interior designers as well as regional experts to always keep you informed on the latest home trends as well as gardening tips.
Mark Ashby Design fashioned this Galveston, TX beach bungalow with a vision that is equal parts inviting and elegant. Take a look!
A well-trusted Louisville real estate leader shares how agents are safely and creatively showing homes, the state of the real estate market and how digital tools will help the industry in the long run.
Do you need some Christmas lights to cheer you up?
Since we all may be spending a lot of time at home and in our bedrooms over the next few weeks, here are 10 soothing Southern bedrooms to inspire you to find your happy place in a sea of uncertainty.
We enjoy touring homes around the south including this redesigned Atlanta house, by architect Amanda Orr. She put modern twists on traditional design elements to create a beautiful and functional home for a busy family. Take a look!
This Houston farmhouse renovation transformed a once-dated house into an elegant yet comfortable space for Ashley Moore and her family. Vintage and modern elements merge to bring light into a classic Southern home.
We’ve searched the South for seriously cool beach, lake and mountain rentals for your getaway with family or friends. From heated pools and private beaches to outdoor kitchens and bunk rooms, here are eight perfect spring break rentals (plus one you can buy)!
Interior designer Katie DeRario of Hart & Lock Design took on a redo of this Milton, Georgia home. The goal was to remodel the first floor of this circa-1986 Colonial house for a builder and his family. The result is a stunning — and special — modern farmhouse.
In addition to featuring well-preserved historical details that date back to the 1920s, this Cherokee Triangle home plays host to modern living. Take a look at how this beautiful merging of past and present works together.