This elegant Kentucky home is so much more than furniture and decor. Interior designer Lee W. Robinson has filled each room with intricate details, making this house a masterpiece.
Louisville Interior Design
Find the best of Louisville interior design with seasonal trends and remodeling tips. We feature local and regional homes that we hope provide inspiration for your interior design needs. We especially enjoy the design tips provided by some of Louisville’s most respected interior designers.
Architect Bill Ingram has a talent like no other, and his work is undeniably breathtaking. We’re excited to introduce you to him … you’ll quickly see why he’s our latest Interior Designer Crush!
A visionary former professor of architecture breathes new life into this rugged old downtown warehouse, and the results are a gorgeous mashup of timeworn elegance.
Get your home ready for spring with our mix of design trend tips from Louisville-based designers and our favorite home FINDS!
This cabin is crafted with American chestnut and brought to life with light and volume. Take a look inside this amazing one-of-a-kind space!
Today we reveal our latest Interior Designer Crush: Fran Murphy. Find out what inspires her work, her trend predictions and more!
With her fresh, modern take on traditional design, designer Bethany Adams has created a gorgeous interior for her Old Louisville home.
It’s a smorgasbord of color and style, where posh meets preppy, in this gorgeous Sea Island, Georgia, home.
She’s a globally inspired interior designer who has an impressive portfolio and countless accolades. Meet this month’s interior designer crush, Melanie Turner.
Designer Em Lee took a fussy French home and infused it with bold color, contemporary art, lighting and warm antiques for a thoroughly modern look.
Does your living room feel incomplete? If it feels like something’s missing, try one of these fantastic suggestions from Southern design experts.
Today we’re crushing hard on interior designer Chenault James of Chenault James Interiors. Find out why as she shares her favorite rooms to design, her personal design rules (hint: #therearenorules) and what led her back to her hometown.