Designer Maggie Griffin creates a colorful, cozy house that hits a sweet spot for both designer and client.
A home in Bellport, New York, gets a head-to-toe reboot to suit the current needs of the family as well as those of generations to come.
Interior Designer: Phillip Thomas
Rich with provenance and personality, this East Hampton property lands in the capable hands of style maven Liz Lange for a thoughtful, sophisticated makeover.
Interior designer Lindsey Herod let floral textiles lead the way for the design scheme of her clients’ Houston home.
Atlanta designer Heather Dewberry Stoller revives a Georgian-style house with her fresh approach to traditional style, making it the perfect fit for her own family.
On a quiet, tree-lined street in New York’s Upper East Side, Charlotte Moss’s senior designer, Chrissy Ritter, finds her refuge, her voice, and a place to break all the rules.
For a young Dallas family, interior designer Kara Adam curates rooms with plenty of artisan pieces and lively wallcoverings, along with an outstanding art collection assembled by advisor Lynsey Wiley Provost.
From the ground up, like-minded professionals come together to realize a meticulously designed home nestled into its stellar setting outside of Charlottesville, Virginia.
Interior Designer: Anne Hulcher Tollett of Hanover Avenue
Connecticut-based interior designer Stephanie Woodmansee combines large doses of florals with classic East Coast style as she helps her best friend and former business partner redesign her historic Kansas City home.
Lush greens paired with organic and found elements keep a Mountain Brook, Alabama home feeling fresh and festive all season long.
Interior Designer: Mary Finch
Nashville event planner and gourmet southern cook Libby Page and her husband, landscape architect Ben Page, return to family roots at Brookside, their retreat in the middle-Tennessee countryside.
In her Birmingham, Alabama home, designer Danielle Balanis weaves some favorite Christmas traditions together with her bold decor for a timeless, festive holiday.
As Williamsburg Designer in Residence, Heather Chadduck layers her distinguished quarters with natural, fresh finery for the season.
San Francisco interior designer Marea Clark breathes new life into a 1940’s-Colonial house infusing it with a mélange of pieces that speak to classic elegance and California casual.
For her client’s fresh start, Bethesda, Maryland designer Kelley Proxmire takes existing pieces and gives them a whole new attitude with fresh color and stylish accents bequeathing the new home with a classic and collected appeal.
Designers of every genre are migrating south to this burgeoning mecca of talent and style. Floral Designer Lewis Miller says of his home, ““I signed on for a warehouse in Palm Beach in July and then bought a three-bedroom, Spanish Mission-style house in need of restoration. I had Old Florida and Ernest Hemingway in mind during the redo.”