Sometimes it is nice to just see pretty.  This classic Atlanta home is just that.  I love the mix of traditional with a few modern kitchen and bath elements.  COTTAGE CHARMING After a skillful renovation and decoration by architect William B. Litchfield and designer Jackye Lanham, a Buckhead house beckons with an abundance of style.. read more →

Crème de la Crème via Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles  The 2017 Kitchen of the Year Contest winners prove that it is possible to marry the practical and the pretty in one of the most-frequented spaces in the home—if you balance hardworking design details with timeless touches. Written by Lori Johnston / Styled by Yvonne Orchard / Photographed by David.. read more →

LAKE MINDED via Atlanta homes & Lifestyles. An Atlanta family answers the call of Lake Burton in this relaxing retreat by Spitzmiller & Norris and Teri Duffy. I am loving this equestrian oriented chic lake cottage. It seems like the perfect thing to share while in the mountains for the Blowing Rock Charity Horse Show this.. read more →

I am undoubtedly a color girl but, this quite palate of crisp white is certainly enticing.  I could not resist sharing this lovely lake house from Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. It has me longing for lazy summer days at the lake.  Lake Burton Bliss Styled By: Thea Beasley Photographer: Mali Azima Author: Alison Miller     Leave it.. read more →

I am in LOVE with this divine Atlanta home from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.  I just had to share. Happy Friday. Time & Again Photographer: Erica George Dines Author: Jennifer Boles “It must be the house.” That’s how Atlanta designer Margaret Bosbyshell explains her good fortune in decorating one stately Atlanta home for two consecutive.. read more →

I want to thank you for voting me in the Olioboard High Point Style Spotter contest. I appreciate all the support more than you know and am honored to have been chosen as a finalist. I look forward to meeting the others at High Point Market.   A big congratulations to Lise Mende, fellow Charlottean,.. read more →

  I have long been in awe of the work of the artist, James McLaughlin Way.  His paintings are typically very large in scale.  They command your attrention regardless of the fact if you love them or hate them.  As you may be noticing. I love horses.  This Percheron had to be mine.  He can.. read more →