February+March 2015 Table of Contents
Due South | A sweeping but sensitive remodel of a beloved family estate proves to a Charleston native that you really can go home again.
True Romance  | An Illinois home renovator buys the 1920s house that had enchanted him for years—but this love story doesn’t end there.
Making Connections  | A Richmond renovation starts right in the middle, with a welcoming new center hall that gets traffic flowing smoothly.
Pay It Forward  | Gutted and then given up by its previous owner, a Chicago row house reclaims its historic heritage, yet easily accommodates the demands of a young family and a new century.
Strike up the band: Brass is back, this time in a range of looks
Spring unfolds in these new finds
Ethan Allen mixes it up
New and notable design books
The design world is riveted
Repoussé takes the chill off silver
Versatile, stylish, practical: nesting tables
Great Gatherings  - Melanie Turner puts guests first, at home and in this showhouse dining room
Gardens  - A polished new garden design brings out the best of a grand property
Showhouses  - Quiet color schemes speak volumes
Body & Soul  - Modern luxury rests on layers of history at Greece’s Kinsterna spa and hotel
Kitchens  - Revisiting an urban galley, 23 years later
I Am Traditional - Firmdale Hotels design director Kit Kemp
From the Editor