/ photography by Red Apple Tree Photography and Chugach Peaks Photography Their relationship began in 2016 when Sydney Strong’s cousin introduced her to Michelle Geannakakes. Michelle had taken a travel nursing assignment in Alaska and Sydney had moved back to...
/ photography by Brogan Jackson The Rose Ball celebrated its Silver Jubilee, hosting the 25th gala at the Poinsett Club. Guest Designer Emily McCarthy created an overarching concept for the ball and 45+ designers and florists bedecked the rooms of...
/ by Jonathan Caleb Russ and Stephanie Burnette / photography by Eli Warren Oh-my-sweetness! Say goodbye to giant layer cakes and hello to these tiny trendsetters because smaller bite size sweets have taken over the dessert scene. Yes, we’ve all had...
by Allison Walsh photography by Carter Tippins Downsizing and fleeing the suburbs after kids fly the coop is not a new tale.Converting former industrial spaces into chic urban homes is also a familiar concept, particularly in cities on the rise like...
The Lee Brothers think these cookbooks make a perfect gift.
Artist Alice Ballard embraces the sanctity of clay.
The Langes created a family home in France retaining its 400 year old pastoral roots.
Penthouse living struck just the right note for Phil Gregory.
At Artifacts even a coop is testament to folk, thrifting, the antique and what’s prosaic.
It can’t come quickly enough so we have rounded up lots of great articles to get you fully in the mood for another wonderful Southern autumn.

Box Score

/ by Stephanie Burnette When a box of chocolate is called out by name by the likes of...

The Power of Honey

/ by Kim Buffington / photography by Chelsea Lane Photography There’s a reason that honey is a term ...

Nurturing Bounty

/ by Julia Sibley-Jones Now that the mornings boast that cool, clean air and the robins flock the...

Funny Books

/ by A.K. Freeland / photography by Eli Warren Literature transports us and our perspective. Whether your sense...

Romaine Calm

/ by Julia Sibley-Jones I yearn for the smell and feel of turned earth. I eavesdrop gardening  blogs...