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Southern Home Southern Style 2019

Southern Home showcases beautiful homes that will appeal to every design aesthetic. We canvas the Southern states to bring you some of the area’s most inviting and interesting homes, as well as the talented architects, designers, and homeowners behind them. Tour the South’s finest homes filled with art, antiques, collections, and family heirlooms.

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United States
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English
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Hoffman Media
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southern home special issues

EDITORIAL EDITOR Lynn Lee Terry SOUTHERN HOME PROJECT EDITOR Julie Gillis SENIOR PROJECT EDITOR Anna Hartzog PROJECT EDITORS Morgan Crawford, Lauren Gentry Walker SENIOR COPY EDITOR Rhonda Lee Lother WRITERS Elizabeth Bonner, Lisa Frederick CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS John O’Hagan, Mac Jamieson, Stephanie Welbourne Steele GROUP CREATIVE DIRECTOR Deanna Rippy Gardner ART DIRECTOR Ann McKeand Carothers CONTRIBUTING STYLISTS Mary Beth Jones, Yukie McLean, Tracey MacMillan Runnion SENIOR DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Delisa McDaniel DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Clark Densmore DIGITAL MEDIA MARKETING DIRECTOR Tricia Wagner Williams MARKETING COORDINATOR Vicky Lewis ONLINE EDITOR Molly Swanson DIGITAL DESIGNER Stephanie Lambert ADMINISTRATIVE HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR Judy Brown Lazenby IT DIRECTOR Matthew Scott Holt DEALER PROGRAM MANAGER Janice Ritter ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/EDITORIAL Alex Kolar INTEGRATED MARKETING SOLUTIONS ACCOUNT DIRECTORS Hagan Media/Katie Hagan [AL, FL, TN] Kathy Gross [AR, CO, FL, GA, MD, NC, NM, OK, SC, TX, VA, DC, WV] Katie Guasco [LA, MS] Rhapsodic Media/Kathy Burke [IL, IN, IA, KS, MN, MO,…

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sense of place

A Nantucket sensibility embodies this home, inspired by the family’s summer residence there. Light abounds in the understated foyer, showcasing the barrel ceiling and detailed wainscoting. For the dining room, designer Meridy King chose a crystal chandelier that evokes a serene airiness in the formal space. In a sitting room off the entrance, an unexpected art piece above the mantel expresses the homeowner’s individuality. “I love the fact that it is round and not the expected rectangle landscape,” says Meridy. “It’s a little flash of bright and happy.” The circle motif extends to side tables and a porcelain garden seat, all of which are new additions to the once formal space. In the foyer, a lamp fashioned from a Haitian glass vase and colorful Haitian fabric brightens the welcoming alcove. Knowing the…

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in with the old

To offset the home’s new-construction polish, designer Cindy Barganier incorporated details such as limestone flooring, antique French interior doors, and a custom refrigerator wall that feels like an old-fashioned case piece. An antique Heriz rug enlivens the otherwise neutral living area. “We wanted everything else in that space to be background—a pleasing canvas on which to spotlight the architecture,” Cindy says. Twin swivel chairs allow guests to take part in kitchen conversation. The dining room mirror and chandelier, two of the first pieces homeowners Lomax and Sally Byrd fell in love with, helped dictate the bold scale of the furnishings and accents throughout the house. Tall dining chairs, paired with a round table that facilitates group conversation, correspond with the room’s high ceiling. “I wanted the backs of the chairs to…

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bold beauty

Designer Will Huff and his team gutted and revamped this oceanfront structure, opening up the kitchen and dining area and configuring three new bedrooms and baths. The abstract painting over the living room sofa touched off the color scheme—Will incorporated blue accents throughout for continuity but mixed in other hues to punch up the various rooms. “We didn’t want the house to feel like you were in a beach house, but at a house that happens to be at the beach,” Will says. A chevron-patterned white wainscot offsets the heaviness of the traditional antiques and makes the lacquered marine-blue walls pop; a garden-stool cocktail table and capiz-shell lamps add a bit of levity. For the dining area, Will designed a banquette surrounded by bookcases (above) to carve out space for…

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southern charm

In the formal living room, homeowners David and Julie Chadwick wanted a soft, pretty palette. The space also showcases designer Libby Greene’s use of antique furnishings with new upholstery, an approach she followed throughout the residence. “There is something about the old setting off the new,” she says. “They balance perfectly and provide warmth to a room.” Libby began working with the Chadwicks as soon as the couple broke ground on their home, and more than five years later, the project is still ongoing. “There’s nothing quick about finding antiques,” she explains. “It’s like a daily treasure hunt.” They filled the study with pieces meant to create a cozy ambiance—from the chestnut walls and mantel to the tufted leather wingback chair, tapestry pillow, and Oriental rug. In the dining room, silk…

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treasures abound

HOMEOWNER AND DESIGNER LUCY FARMER SAYS, “I LOVE USING INTERESTING TEXTILES FOR THE BACKGROUND OF THE HOUSE AND THEN POPS OF COLOR AND VINTAGE PIECES FOR ACCESSORIES.” Lucy had reclaimed flooring installed throughout her home, but the boards in the kitchen hold a special Southern heritage, originally from a mid-1800s general store in Tennessee. Handmade terra-cotta tiles create a honeycomb effect on the accent wall behind the range. These also balance the restored mantel on the opposite side of the room, where a painting, commissioned by S.A. Maples Studios, provides modern polish. A stately dining table—made from reclaimed heart pine—helps visually divide the spaces. The media room provides a comfortable place for the family to relax together. An Americana tone encompasses the space with a ceiling mural made of tin from an…

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