The circa-1906 Jordan House offers a shining example of homeowners honoring history while bringing a fresh attitude throughout the expansive rooms.
Designer Fran Keenan looks to a treasure trove of family antiques to create an inviting home with style that was years in the making.
Modern touches and old-world style intermingle in this new Southside home designed by architect James F. Carter.
Traditional style and contemporary finishes combine in a Mountain Brook house designed to be a young family’s lifelong home.
A serene color palette and elegant finishes let a Mountain Brook kitchen at long last feel in sync with its chic surroundings.
Custom oak cabinetry and a knock-your-socks off backsplash come together for a fresh (and trend-proof!) Montgomery kitchen.
Reassigning rooms within a historic Hollywood Tudor allowed this family the space they craved and a spot in the neighborhood that was calling them home.
What happens when your side business takes over your day job? For the Davis brothers and their wives, it meant a leap of faith, a strong focus, and a determination to never go back to a corporate office.
What’s new is old again in this development, where homes are inspired by the classic waterfront retreats of yesterday.
Onwards and upwards could well have been the motto for a renovation that made a beloved home more family-friendly. Adding a floor and creating a combined kitchen and living space allow the owners to live in every square inch.