Tag: May/June 2018
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.
With an approach that is both classic and timeless, Brent Donaldson generates more than just enviable curb appeal—he creates spaces for real living.
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.
Mother’s Day just isn’t complete without a special lunch. And with these simple dishes, everyone will be out of the kitchen and ready to celebrate in no time.
Working within the framework of a 1920s garden, designer Rob Garrard restored this landscape to its original grandeur while infusing his own fresh style.