My goal is to use the best of what’s already there, add to it, and make it better,” says photo stylist Missie Crawford. And nowhere is that more evident...
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.
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