Classic and modern, these 10 kitchens embody neutral elements that make the gathering spot of the home anything but boring.
With the help of architect Michael O’Kelley, Lauren and Chuck Welden tweak the traditional Southern dogtrot for modern-day living at their farm in Coosa County.
An Oneonta lodge and its surrounding property take on new roles as a reimagined family retreat and hunting camp.
Nestled in nature with Lake Martin as its backyard, this getaway has quickly become a family’s favorite gathering spot.
Kate Hartman and Kelly Neely, co-designers and co-owners of Chickadee Interiors, created a family home that stands up to little hands and big messes without sacrificing its savvy style.
Having lived across the country, a Birmingham native returns to her roots and creates a home tailormade for family living.
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.