Tag: May/June 2017
A respectful renovation brings loads of personality and a new family to a 1950s Mountain Brook rancher.
Blending the vibrant and serene with a touch of the exotic creates an unexpected tableau in a quiet Mountain Brook neighborhood.
Thoughtful architectural renovations combine with peppy interiors to take a historic home in Vestavia Hills to a whole new level of stylish sophistication.
Ten years and two projects later, this Homewood couple enjoys a home designed for entertaining and everyday living.
From interactive displays to one-on-one customer service, showroom gurus Dawn Calvert, Megan Fitzpatrick, and Lauren Mahan reveal how the company has remained at the forefront of kitchen and bath fixtures, as well as technology, for more than 50 years.
Issis & Sons, a family-owned and operated group of four sibling stores with a tight-knit sales team, has been enhancing its pedigree for over 35 years. Operations manager/matriarch Nancy Gowens shares the secrets to their success.
Top off the long, lazy days of summer by whipping up one of these mouth-watering treats. Whether you are craving something decadent, fruity, or a combination of both, we’ve got you covered.
A sense of kinship brings together designer and homeowner to give this home a contemporary edge.
Some people like to refer to Mt. Laurel as Birmingham’s Mayberry, thanks to its close-knit neighbors, sidewalk-lined streets, and self-supporting school and town center. But there’s much more happening here than the occasional cat stuck in a tree.