Design + Decor

Old Homes Made New (and Vice Versa)

Old Homes Made New (and Vice Versa)

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  Tamara Gavin’s website, The Made Home, is endlessly engaging: equal parts design candy store, juicy tutorial, and reverent repository of architectural history. The…

Little Luxe Schoolhouse

Little Luxe Schoolhouse

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Oil and water. Bulls and red. Stripes and dots. A tiny house bedecked in maximalism. All of these sound like dangerous pairings, but Erin…

To the Saddle Born

To the Saddle Born

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Fortuna Farm South sits right in the ring of foothills horse country. Here, equestrian estates dominate a conservancy of rural land and protected forest…

Re-Upping an Old Trade

Re-Upping an Old Trade

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“I can walk around a project 100 times and think about how I’ll approach it,” declares Jenny Ellis, owner of Sittin’ Pretty Original Chair…

The Wright Stuff

The Wright Stuff

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This past February, architect Ryan McKibben and his new client walked a South Carolina property and then retreated to a conference room for a…

Let There Be Better Light

Let There Be Better Light

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Not unlike a graphic image’s negative space, lighting is an often overlooked element of interior design, according to Kayla Beavers, lead interior designer and…

The Next Cool Thing

The Next Cool Thing

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Vacationers at a Woodfin property share a bird’s-eye view with whichever bird happens to land on the house’s support system. High among a grouping…

Beyond the Bungalow

Beyond the Bungalow

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Angelo, the Lagotto Romagnolo, deserved a mudroom, a place where he could “wipe his paws and hang his leashes,” says Gerri Barraco. The two-year-old…

The Nesting Instinct

The Nesting Instinct

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Debra Prince Slosman, owner and creative director of Porter & Prince in Biltmore Village, was indelibly influenced by her grandmother’s style. She also inherited…