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.
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.
This Forest Park townhome comes alive each holiday season with an abundance of greenery and lush florals.
In this Mountain Brook home, minimal holiday decorations keep the focus on family while perfectly complementing the sleek mid-century modern interiors.
Interior designer Danielle Balanis saw a diamond in the rough in her Mountain Brook home and took it from dated to dazzling with unexpected and stylish ideas that work for her young 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.
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.
With a growing family and a need for more space, style and marketing guru Hannah Benak put her fashion sensibilities to use in a fabulous new build in Vestavia Hills.
Don’t judge a book by its cover is sound advice for many situations beyond the bookstore—people, places, and this lakeside family home.