Southern Charm with a Global Twist: Nellie Jane Howard Ossi’s Guide to Jacksonville, Florida
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4d ago
Photo by Muriel Silva Ever dreamt of living like a local in a vibrant new city? Wondering how to capture the unique spirit of a place in your home décor? This is your one-stop shop for insider tips! In our new city guides, Southern Home will dive deep into the world of interior design with a different Southern tastemaker’s guide to their city. We’ll chat with talented designers who live and breathe their cities, uncovering the design trends, hidden gems, and local influences that shape their work. Whether you’re planning a trip or simply want to inject a touch of Southern flair into your space ..read more
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Channeling the Timeless Elegance of a Nancy Meyers Kitchen
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4d ago
Step into a Nancy Meyers film, and you’re instantly transported to a world of sun-drenched California estates and impeccably designed kitchens. These culinary havens are more than just backdrops; they’re vibrant characters, bursting with warmth, personality, and effortless sophistication. But recreating that signature Meyers magic in your own kitchen doesn’t require a Hollywood budget. With a few key design elements, you can cultivate a space that’s both inviting and undeniably stylish. Light and Airy: First, embrace the light. Opt for light-colored paint on walls and cabinetry. Think soft cre ..read more
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Atlanta Designer Caroline Willis Gives New Life to Old House
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2w ago
Text: Lydia Somerville Photography: Emily Followill and John O’Hagan Styling: Eleanor Roper When a client came to Caroline Willis in need of help with the interior of the house she had just bought in Buckhead, Caroline was delighted to discover it hadn’t been improved in years. That meant the 1940s residence retained all the quirks of an old house, such as rooms distinct from one another, with framed doorways to transition from one room to the next. “It rambled in the best way,” she says, “you can tell it was added onto over time.” The original paneling, flooring, windows, and a screened porc ..read more
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A Music City Home Tailored for Family and Entertainment
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2w ago
Text and Styling: Eleanor Lynn Nesmith Photography: Jean Allsopp and Chris Luker Land spreading out far and wide is a luxury to be embraced, especially in a metropolitan area. Ensconced amid a pastoral six-acre setting in the outskirts of Nashville, the new home of Karla and Rafael Calderon is nothing short of a masterpiece, where timeless architecture crafted with care merges effortlessly with refined interiors. Music City Masterpiece Music City Masterpiece Music City Masterpiece Music City Masterpiece Music City Masterpiece “Rafael and I are longtime friends,” explains Nashville builder ..read more
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A New Classic: Raleigh Family Assembles a Dream Team to Craft their Forever Home
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3w ago
Text: Tiffany Adams Photography: Dustin Peck An empty, lakeside lot in an established Raleigh neighborhood seemed like a too-good-to-be-true scenario, but it’s exactly where dreams began to take shape for Mary Margaret and Kade Ross and their two young children. Planning to build a forever home, they assembled a team that included builder John Sanders, architect Carter Skinner, and interior designer Katherine Connell. “I try to get my clients to think ahead when they are building,” Sanders says. “Your kids are going to grow and be bigger than they are now, so you need to make sure there’s spa ..read more
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Tiffany Hinton’s Amelia Island Home Combines Resort-Style Amenities with the Comforts of Home
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3w ago
Text: Margaret Zainy Roux Photography: Jessie Preza “Growing up, there was always that one house where all the kids would end up, and I wanted our home to be ‘that house’ for our twelve-year-old daughter and her friends,” says interior designer Tiffany Hinton of Lola Interiors. How could it not be? Located on one acre overlooking the river, the Hintons’ Amelia Island new build boasts resort-style amenities—a gym, pool, and putting green, to name a few—combined with all the comforts of home. The neighborhood tweens are not the only ones who have declared the residence their de facto headquarte ..read more
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Kaleidoscope Craft: Alex Deringer’s Personal Home Is Lovingly Curated
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1M ago
Text and Styling: Charlotte Safavi Photography: Robert Radifera “My design philosophy is steadfast: I believe home should wholeheartedly reflect you and the story of your family. It is intimate, very personal, and a constantly evolving canvas,” says interior designer Alex Deringer of Deringer Design when speaking of the 1912 renovated farmhouse she has shared with her husband and three children for 12 years. Since then, the four-bedroom 4,850-square-foot Alexandria, Virginia, home sits upon two beautifully landscaped acres by Suzanne Fyffe. The footprint of the original farmhouse incorporates ..read more
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Kelly Caron Designs and Court Atkins Group Infuse the Lowcountry Lifestyle Into this Palmetto Bluff Home
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Text: Sherry Moeller Photography: Kelli Boyd Wanting a second home designed for entertaining and filled with bright tones, the owners of this new build in the resort community of Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina were introduced to Shell Neely of Kelly Caron Designs by their builder, H2 Builders. Known for her bold use of color, Neely immediately hit it off with the owners, especially after seeing several wallpapers from one of the owner’s favorite artists, Kerri Rosenthal. “When the homeowner showed me pictures of her wallpaper inspiration, I knew we were going to get along and this was going ..read more
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Style Library: Explore 8 Gorgeous Homes in Gil Shafer’s Newest Book
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1M ago
In Gil Schafer’s third book, Home at Last: Enduring Design for the New American House, the award-winning architect invites readers into eight gorgeous residences, each with its own unique story and celebration of craftsmanship and creativity. From a shingle-style home to a Colonial Revival to a winter retreat in Florida, Schafer’s work embodies the best in classical design and architectural longevity while remaining adaptive to the ebb and flow of life as it evolves over years, and even generations. Schafer brings each home to life with illustrated floor and site plans in addition to personal ..read more
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Designer Q&A: Gavin Duke
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1M ago
Text: Karen Carroll Photos courtesy of Duke Design Group Southern Home (SH): Tell us about your early memories of being in the garden. Gavin Duke (GD): I grew up in rural Arkansas, and in the summers, my parents would create a vegetable garden, which I helped tend. It wasn’t big, although it seemed so to me as a child. Each grandparent also had a plot at their houses. We were growing a lot of our own food, canning, and storing things in season. My maternal grandfather was a carpenter, and I also developed a curiosity about building blocks and nailing things together at an early age. Combining ..read more
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