In 2017, revered Nashville-based interior designer Jonathan Savage of SAVAGE Interior Design collaborated with a talented team on the project. He saw it as an incredible way to give back to his school, but he walked away with an entirely new project on his hands.
This kitchen project was documented in 10 episodes of the HGTV show, “American Rehab, Virginia,” available on Amazon Prime.
Country kitchens nowadays are cleaner, sleeker, and slightly more industrial than ever before – think natural materials, lots of light, an abundance of plants and copper cookware hung on the walls.
If you are considering a remodel and it includes an open plan kitchen then this article is a must-read. We spell out the pros and cons of doing it.
Whether you’re looking to bring an industrial feel or a farmhouse style to your home, brick effect wallpaper helps you achieve the look quickly and easily.
We can help you decide whether a room could benefit from wallpaper on the ceiling. Here are a couple of considerations to make here, plus some tips for if you choose to install ceiling wallpaper.
We’ll work with you on all the details of your wallpaper project, including answering the question: how much wallpaper do I need for my project?
“I love landscape design and the romantic 19th-century landscape. The paintings are from my techniques in decorative painting that combine murals and Venetian plaster, it’s the best of both worlds!”
The South heats up with so many amazing events in May. Here are some of our top selections that are worth checking out.
As far as guest houses go, this one in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood hits the sweet spot of being not too big and not too small, offering rooms both inside and out, comfort galore, but plenty of high style, too.
It’s hard enough to build a house that delivers style, function, and energy efficiency. To do so on a limited budget is laudable.
Best Traditional Home: This year’s Best Traditional Home Award goes to Frank Shirley Architects for their work on this Tudor-revival remodel.
It doesn’t take a major renovation to give your rooms a springtime wake-up. We have gathered some ideas for simple changes that make a major impact.
Now that construction of the 2018 Fine Homebuilding House is all wrapped up, we’ve put together a slideshow of the finishes and fixtures in the house—along with a couple of images to remind you of the process that Mela and Dave used to create this beautiful, inviting house.
Once children are out of the house it can bring new life into a house. That is what happened to this Atlanta couple who’s kids went to college.
This is a cool feature in a house renovation project. A large walk-in pantry is hidden behind a door which is made to look like built-in cabinets.
Recently amended FEMA regulations specify new builds be 13 ft. above mean tide in Long Island Sound. So we had to raise the finished floor by 7 ft.
We chose to use wood flooring throughout the house, except in the bathrooms and mudroom/laundry, as a way to unify the spaces and add the warmth of wood to the modern architectural form.
The homeowners approached South Mountain Company with their vision for a utilitarian workspace reflective of the barn that had stood for decades at the edge of their field.
John Harrison Jones designed a modern farmhouse that hearkened back to the land’s former life as a working pecan grove while maintaining a modern, family-friendly aesthetic.
Annie Bayer Goldberg and design partner Ginny Monheit Maguire moved their family into a very dated and traditional 1970s Mountain Brook home and decided to take their own sought-after advice.