Cathy Still McGowin
Rug curator Kristie Stewart talks family and friends, her exciting new storefront at Pepper Place, and the power of taking risks.
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.
Work with what you have, and then add to it over time to elevate your style quotient. That’s what designer Jennifer Reese did for a client who didn’t believe four boys and a pretty house could go hand in hand.
Designer Katherine B. Melvin works with both first-time homeowners and seasoned collectors to put a fresh face on traditional style.
Teenagers change their minds on a whim. So when designer Alison Smith’s daughter asked her mom for a teenage bedroom makeover, Alison opted for transitional pieces that can be reaccessorized for a whole new look as tastes, color preferences, and personal style changes.
There’s no better time than autumn to check out the wonders of Savannah, Georgia. From luxurious hotels to the arts to the city’s fascinating maritime history, it’s easy to become enchanted with this city steeped in grit and culture.
Antiques and fresh modern style return to Birmingham Botanical Gardens October 3-6, 2019. These four days will be packed with creativity and inspiration from some of the country’s top designers, writers, floral designers, architects, and tastemakers.
Turning the big one? Change things up by hosting your own party to surprise the friends that mean the most to you.
An iconic cottage on a busy corner in Mountain Brook realizes its fullest potential thanks to owner and garden designer Troy Rhone and architect Bill Ingram.