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.
Allyson Kirkpatrick’s grandiose home is tucked inside an unassuming duplex apartment. (Yes, you read that right!) The Huntsville-based designer incorporated architectural embellishments and a treasure trove of family heirlooms to create a one-of-a-kind showplace that’s been a lifetime in the making.
Designer Virginia Cheek infused a small Edgewood cottage with big style by using her sister’s savvy fashion sense as her guide.
Creatively using a narrow lot to his advantage, architect John Carraway designed a French cottage with a seamless flow between house and garden.
What do you get when you cross Lilly Pulitzer with a love of modern design? For homeowner Perrie Tomlin, it meant an equally cool and colorful kitchen and laundry redo—and fortunately, a designer who could interpret her vision.
DESIGN TIP: Clear the decks! Consider alternative materials for deck railing. Code calls for a certain height, but blocky wood slats impedes the view. Here, the...
Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and Deer Lake State Park, this new home merges carefree elegance with timeless comfort amid a stunning coastal setting.
While totally committed to their Edgewood neighborhood and still in love with the charm of their 1934 home, the Lyntons were seeking more space, especially...
What’s more luxurious than a beautifully renovated master bath? Two of them—one for her and one for him. “Logan and Drew Mouron’s original master suite already had...