Week of September 21st, 2020 – Design Rewind: Return of the ’70s

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week Here comes September bringing us cooler weather, pre-holiday pandemic planning, and of course the hit song by 1970s band Earth, Wind and Fire, September! If you don’t start humming the music whenever you hear that legendary tune, we’re not sure you’re ready for Fall. But if you miss

Week of September 7th, 2020 – Aging in Place vs. A New Space

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week September 13th brings us National Grandparents Day, which is a day for us to spend some time (perhaps virtually) reminding our grandparents how much they mean to us. In this day and age, there are vast possibilities for those on the cusp of retirement, and it’s up to

Week of August 31st, 2020 – Southern Hospitality & Design

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week September 5th brings us the annual Kentucky Derby, America’s favorite holiday to celebrate a sporting event that lasts under 3 minutes. A brief history and a fun fact about the derby – it began in 1872 when William Clark’s grandson Lewis Clark traveled to Europe and attended their

Week of July 27th, 2020 – American Designers

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week As we close out July and welcome the familiar feel of August, it’s important to reflect on the Summer and appreciate all that accompanies these hot and humid days. As Summer dwindles on, let’s take a moment to honor our favorite designers hailing from the United States! Featuring

Week of July 20th, 2020 – Baseball & Americana

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week With the rise of our “new normal”, some things we remember may take on an unfamiliar spin. We might be explaining to our kids one day what the legend of a “buffet” was. But if there’s one thing people are adamant about continuing (with the proper precautions and

Week of July 6th, 2020 – National Parks & Design

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week With the 4th of July fireworks show still fresh in your memory, time to take some relaxation and round up the family for a getaway to somewhere a little less busy. With July being National Parks Month, what better time to appreciate what nature has to offer by

Week of June 15th, 2020 – Farmhouse & Gardens

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week Combing elements of design has been a continuous trend in the industry over years, and will be for many to come. Combining elements of the past and future, like taking an old farmhouse, and creating a modern living-space that keeps the “old-fashioned” feel, is something to be admired

Week of June 8th, 2020 – Beaches & Aquariums

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week With warm weather comes Summer fun, and everyone knows the beach trip you’ve had planned since December is going to be the highlight of your entire Summer – maybe of the entire year! And coming from a spring everyone spent the majority of inside their own homes, the

Week of June 1st, 2020 – Baths and Bathrooms

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week Finding unique and comforting ways to relax is majorly important! With the age of technology in full swing, we’ve seen Bluetooth activated showers, remote-controlled saunas, and self-closing medicine cabinets. To each their own, but one thing remains constant and that’s the art of the shower. That blissful moment

Week of May 18, 2020 – Gardens & Patios

Top 5 Design Posts of the Week Though the nationwide shelter in place mandates haven’t been easy on anyone, one major highlight has been seeing more people getting outside and exercising in safe ways. Some of the more common activities include seeing families on extended walks or runs, while other methods consist of garden workouts