Having lived across the country, a Birmingham native returns to her roots and creates a home tailormade for family living.
Vivid hues of blue and gray blend with a mixture of metals in a master suite addition that defines luxury.
Architect Bill Moore takes a low-slung, one-story house from sad to sensational with some much needed height and plenty of space for entertaining.
Designer Cyndy Cantley transforms a cramped Crestline cottage kitchen into an airy, welcoming space with added storage and French flair.
An open-concept kitchen seamlessly combines task spaces with living spaces.
A 100-year old kitchen makes the most of the present and its past with a daring color choice, salvaged materials and antiques, and modern fixtures and surfaces.
When Jeanne and Mike Clarke bought their Mountain Brook home, the backyard was little more than grass and a concrete retaining wall. Jeanne’s wish was for a place...
How did you come up with the idea for Birmingham Gardening Today? John: Several years ago, after I retired from Southern Living, I realized that my...
Interior Designer Libby Greene gets in touch with her feminine (and masculine) side while designing his-and-her baths for longtime clients.
“I loved this house right away, but I knew we needed to make some changes to fit our lifestyle, ” says Susanne McMillan of her family’s home in...
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