Designer Jenny Edwards created a Lake Martin getaway that can play host to a crowd or a couple thanks to plenty of gathering spots and quiet retreats.
Architect Paul Geary transforms a modest Gulf-front cottage into an inviting family retreat while making the most of the splendid setting.
What began as a small family project has grown into a full-fledged farm, complete with hens, pigs, and a flock of Southdown Babydoll sheep.
Rug curator Kristie Stewart talks family and friends, her exciting new storefront at Pepper Place, and the power of taking risks.
As the days grow longer and the weather starts to warm, there’s still time to add a variety of plants to your garden that will ensure a full display of color all spring and summer.
Whether you are hosting a formal spring lunch or a casual picnic, this quick-and easy menu is all you need to please a crowd—and still allow time for some rest and relaxation.
Vivid hues of blue and gray blend with a mixture of metals in a master suite addition that defines luxury.
Fearless when it comes to mixing color, pattern, and fabulously quirky finds, designer Virginia Volman knows how to layer it in and pile it on to create a balance that’s just right.
By adding custom character and thoughtful details to white walls, small spaces, and bland ceilings, Jessica Conner put a little more pop into this new build in Homewood. Best of all, she came in under budget.
Taking pride in customer service and being an integrated part of this community are what keep this family-run business humming along and more relevant than ever.