Featured: Artistic Endeavors
What started as a spec house became a forever home thanks to the keen eye of artist Laurel-Dawn Latshaw and talents of Danielle Robin with Twin Interiors.
Resources: Builder and Interior Design: Wayne Smith (Construction Manager) and Danielle Robin (Interior Designer) of Twin Construction twincompanies.com • 205.802.3920 Architect: Jared Bussey, Architectural Cooperative architecturalcooperative.net, 205.533.3563 Landscape Design: McDaniel Land Designs mcdaniellanddesigns.com • 205.918.0190 Exterior Lighting: Brandino Brass, brandinobrass.com 205.978.8900 Windows: Holcomb Doors and Windows Appliances: AllSouth Appliance Group, allsouthappliance.net 205.942.0408 Plumbing Fixtures: Ferguson, fergusonshowrooms.com • 205.254.3454 Countertops: Surface 1, surface1.com 205.621.1125 Bathroom tile: Triton Stone, tritonstone.com •205.592.0202
Featured: Antique Remix
For many homeowners, a new house means totally new décor. But for this Mountain Brook couple, the right mix was found in the architecture and a treasured antique collection.
Resources: Architecture: Shepard and Davis Architecture, 205.322.7770 shepardanddavis.com Interior design: Jane B. Hodges Interiors, 205.871.0220. Design assistant: Jo Anna Cassady Landscape designer: Scott Gilchrist, 205.586.0669 Interior wall color: Pratt & Lambert / Seed Pearl Hardware: Brandino Brass • 2824 Central Ave. 205.978.8900 • brandinobrass.com Sofa and white chair: Richard Tubb Interiors, 205.324.7613 Living room antique lamps: Village Firefly • 2816 Culver Road, 205.870.4560 • thevillagefirefly.comLiving room chests: Circa Interiors & Antiques • 2831 Culver Road, 205.868.9199 • circainteriors.com Living room chandelier: Toro-Cordes Iron Arts, 205.365.3593 Entryway and dining rugs: Paige Albright Orientals • 2814 Petticoat Lane, 205.877.3232 Custom bedspread: Jim Barnes, 205.616.7579 Mirrors in living room: Paintworks Design Studio • 1665 28th Avenue South, 205.879.2751 Sunburst mirror in master bedroom and mirror in garden: Henhouse Antiques • 1900 Cahaba Road, 205.918.0505; Exterior front lantern: Bevolo Lantern with custom iron bracket: Wade Bradberry, 205.391.8539
Featured: A Family Friendly Renovation in Mountain Brook
A young family takes their home from good to great with a savvy renovation, new addition, and floor-to-ceiling refresh.
Resources: Architecture: Christopher Architecture & Interiors, christopherai.com, 205.413.8531 Interior Design: Chickadee Interiors, chickadeeinteriors.com, 205.969.3138 Construction: Cotton Construction, cottonconstructioninc.com, 205.413.1962 Landscape Design: Dave Eyrich of Environmental Design Studio, environmentaldesignstudio.com, 205.582.2052
Featured: Two Renovations, One Stunning Vestavia Hills Home
Looking to make a family-friendly Vestavia Hills neighborhood home, landscape designer Peter Falkner and his family endured two renovations and installed a wow-worthy garden and entertaining area to complete their forever house.
Resources: Landscape design and installation, outdoor lighting, and grilling terrace: Falkner Gardens, falknergardens.com Designer: Doug Davis, Hannon Douglas, hannondouglas.com Builder: Franks Building Company, franksbuildingcompany.com Chairs on porch: Summer Classics, 205.358.9200, summerclassics.com
Featured: Standout Style
Laura Vogtle brings a blast of fresh air, perhaps channeling decorating mavericks of the past, to help her clients make their new homes into something a bit extraordinary.
Resources: Interior designer: Laura Vogtle, Design Supply • 205.910.5369 email@example.com Builder: Trey Goldstein, Cotton Construction Inc. • 205.413.1962 cottonconstructioninc.com Landscape design: Curb Appeal • 205.942.5200 curbappealonline.com
Featured: Family Matters
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.
Resources: Interior designer: Shea Bryars, Shea Bryars Design, 205.533.2268, sheabryarsdesign.com Architect: Joe Ellis, DWELLing Architecture, 205.790.1389, dwellingarchitecture.com Builder: David Siegel, Twin Construction, Inc., 205.802.3920, twincompanies.com Select fabrics: King Cotton, kingcottonfabrics.com Landscape: Ramon Perez, 205.296.7706 Kitchen cabinets: Twin Cabinets, twincompanies.com Countertops, tile, and backsplash: Triton Stone Group, tritonstone.com Plumbing fixtures and appliances:Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, ferguson.com Barn door: Charles Phillips Antiques and Architecturals, charlesphillipsantiques.com
Featured: A Modern Masterpiece in Homewood
Architect Mike Gibson crafts a contemporary family house that seamlessly blends modern design with its Homewood neighbors.
Featured: Chic College Living
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.
Resources: Designer: Jenny Edwards, J. Edwards Interiors, 205.870.5100, jedwardsinteriors.com • Builder: William Blakeney, William Blakeney Building Company, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, 205.345.8880