An Oneonta lodge and its surrounding property take on new roles as a reimagined family retreat and hunting camp.
Kate Hartman and Kelly Neely, co-designers and co-owners of Chickadee Interiors, created a family home that stands up to little hands and big messes without sacrificing its savvy style.
A 70s-era townhome offers a place for imagination, reinvention, and personal refuge.
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.
Relocating from a waterfront Florida residence to a landlocked Homewood abode was easy, thanks to a new home that brought a doting grandmother closer to her family.
Built by the man best known for bringing industrial advancements to the rural South, this Redmont home shines even brighter after new owners update it to fit their lifestyle focused on family gatherings.
Don’t judge a book by its cover is sound advice for many situations beyond the bookstore—people, places, and this lakeside family home.
After 15 years in a Mountain Brook Tudor, the Scott family had a long list of things they wanted in their next house. Instead, that list became goals for a long-time-coming renovation of their beloved home.
A historic cottage in Highlands, North Carolina, offers a Birmingham family the solitude of a mountain retreat right in the middle of town.
When Lucy and Henry Smith acquired a long-admired architectural gem in Anniston, Alabama, they dedicated themselves to polishing the home’s dulled shine.