How does designer Chris Hutchens decorate for the holidays? Take a peek inside his Bessemer Tudor for a look at the traditional, nature-inspired décor he’s drawn to—peppered with seasonal sparkle, of course.
Lisa Flake infused her client’s home with pretty colors and sophisticated décor while Leah Hazzard added in flocked garlands and shiny accents for the blended family’s first holiday together.
Sybil Sylvester brought the wow factor to her friends’ antiques-filled condo by decorating it in unexpected colors and filling it with fresh flowers and lots of lush greenery.
Huntsville-based floral designer Charlotte Wessel has found her gift and uses it to the delight of those around her. Where some see an empty ceramic pot, Charlotte sees a vessel, ready to be filled with the beauty of her garden, no matter the season.
For writer Molly Powell, the holiday season doesn’t officially begin until the whole family gathers to decorate her in-laws’ home, nestled into the hills near Mountain Brook’s Dolly Ridge.
You won’t find any tacky beer posters or bean bag chairs in this home where Jill and Lyle Cain’s daughters live while attending The University of Alabama. Outfitted by interior designer Jenny Edwards, this is way more than just a game-day destination.
Discover the latest design offerings, furnishings, and finishes from local designers and vendors inside the 2018 Birmingham Home & Garden Inspiration Home located in the family-oriented community of Homewood.
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.