When a family of five hired Laurie Fulkerson of Twin Construction to renovate the kitchen in their Mountain Brook home, they had a definitive wish list: statement cabinetry, herringbone wood floors, a bar area, and an island without seating.
When Leah and Paul Harbor hired Ashley Gilbreath to design a new home for their young family of five, they had an important request—a kitchen that was hard-working yet met Leah’s traditional style preferences.
Mary Lauda Corwin of Toulmin Cabinetry & Design brought a tired kitchen to life with the homeowner’s love of Country French flair.
Mark and Cristi Pledger of Pledger Architect transformed a kitchen with '90s finishes, a dark color palette, and limited storage into a classic, informal space fit for a country home.
Leigh and Kevin Misso of River Brook Design & Construction transformed a condemned Homewood property into their personal home.
A 70s-era townhome offers a place for imagination, reinvention, and personal refuge.
An ambitious first-time homeowner rolls up her sleeves to take her 800-square-foot Homewood cottage from dull to delightful with stylish finds and clever DIYs at every turn.
It's the heart of the home, so it might as well make a splash.
The stunning modern architecture of this Brookwood Forest home was appealing to its new homeowners looking for a cool L.A. vibe. With the help of designer Lisa Flake, they created a true showstopper.
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.