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Glistening silver ornaments and swags of blue and lavender ribbons shimmer on a 16-foot-tall tree, lighting up a serene blue-and-gray palette for the holidays
Sinuous lines and a flaring soffit add subtle softness to a new French-flavored kitchen
Designer Vern Yip travels the planet, but his favorite place is home, where memories of special places, times, and people surround him
Fondly called ‘the Barbie cottage’ for its coral-pink siding and green shutters, a charming Georgia home blends the best of Southern styles—old and new
An Alabama couple open their hearts and home, embarking on a spiritual (and worldwide) journey of generosity
A Florida family finds its perfect match in an English-inspired home designed by Andrew Howard
When a family relocated to Florida, they took their Manhattan style—and 2015 New Trad designer Bennett Leifer—with them
2015 New Trad designer Chenault James combines one-of-a-kind details with clever space-planning to please everyone in the family
Brother-and-sister design duo Chad and Christina Graci (and 2014 New Trad designers!) undertake an airy update to a New Orleans warehouse-district apartment.
In a home with gracious scale and proportions, 2013 New Trad designer Andrew Howard layers in soothing hues and lots of character
2014 New Trad designer Cortney Bishop uproots traditional design to create interiors meant for modern living
2014 New Trad designer Maggie Cruz blends family-friendly with ultra-edgy in a Balinese-style home in South Miami
2013 New Trad designer Kristin Rocke pumps up the glamour in a home overlooking the ocean
Birmingham-based 2014 New Trad designer Dana Wolter proves that neutral doesn’t have to mean boring—just bring on the texture.
2013 New Trad designer Ginger Brewton injects a classic Georgian Colonial home with a dose of color
A Bucks County, Pennsylvania, couple leave their cares—but not their style—behind when they head to South Carolina’s Kiawah Island
Elegance and comfort play happily together in a new vacation home on Florida’s Gulf Coast
For a homeowner who has enjoyed a passionate affair with Italy for years, building a Neapolitan casa signorile is the ultimate love letter to his muse.
Natural materials—many salvaged or antique—mix with subdued fabrics and an abundance of sunlight to create a coastal home with character.
Susan Bohlert Smith Creates an easy-breezy beach retreat on Florida’s Gulf Coast