Design + Decor

A Blooming Sense of Place

A Blooming Sense of Place

by

Biltmore celebrates spring annuals and the man who started it all Parker Andes is a planner. As Director of Horticulture at Biltmore Estate, Andes…

The Meadow and the Moment

The Meadow and the Moment

by

German-inspired house takes stylish advantage of topography  Duncan McPherson, AIA, LEED AP, an owner/principal of Samsel Architects, is passionate about the intersection of geometry and…

Way to Glow

Way to Glow

by

Designer explains why lighting must come first Lighting may be the least acknowledged aspect of interior design, and yet the right or wrong choice…

Paper Moon

Paper Moon

by

Local designer leads the fantastically diverse wallcovering renaissance Growing up in England, wallpaper was everywhere, says Jenny Elliott. “I have three sisters, and we all…

Made for This Life

Made for This Life

by

Anneliesse Gormley shines at the junction of big style and small business  Anneliesse Gormley grew up the tail end of five sisters in Lexington, Kentucky….

Taking the Well-Curated Air

Taking the Well-Curated Air

by

Venue invites hours of wandering in search of that special piece At 24, Asheville’s Screen Door has matured into an inventively curated labyrinth of…

The Fine Art of Adapting

The Fine Art of Adapting

by

Furniture designer’s pivot during the pandemic yielded a more well-rounded company Furniture Specialties’ clientele ranges from individuals to exclusive housing developments to hospitality businesses….

Love at First Pick

Love at First Pick

by

Antiques dealer marries old-school and newfangled aesthetics Robert Nicholas needed a lawnmower. It was 9am on a Saturday 29 years ago, and he was wading…

If Walls Could Breathe

If Walls Could Breathe

by

Plant installations remind us to stop and smell the peperomia Some plants are bold and uncompromising. Madison Samuels knows this firsthand. As the Florist…