February+March 2014 Table of Contents
Keep It Simple | A relentless purge—plus a madeover floor plan—gracefully coaxes a 1969 ranch into the new millennium.
Surprise Move | An Illinois designer can’t resist buying, updating, and restoring a 1910 Georgian-style beauty.
Courtly Manners | In Birmingham, Alabama, a romantic walled garden delights with old-world ambience.
Retro Redux | Bright accents inside and a new landscape outside turn a ’70s-era Palm Springs house into a groovy second home.
In the Steps of the Master | An Atlanta designer updates a 1918 home by a revered architect while also restoring classic details.
Feminine chic: sugar—and especially—spice
New luxurious takes on classic design from floor to ceiling
What does Hollywood Regency smell like?
Red—regal and radiant
A joyous new fabric line for Duralee from the designers at Tilton Fenwick
Fringe: back and more fab than ever
Collectors go wild for animal art
Hot off the press: great books on design
Great Gatherings - An exceptionally pretty spring luncheon
Showhouse Tour - Don’t miss the season’s first showhouse in sunny West Palm Beach
Kitchens - An elegantly renovated and lightened kitchen in Atlanta
I Am Traditional - Actress and singer Hayden Panettiere
In Every Issue
From the Editor