Traditional Style

  • Fashion as Inspiration, Paul Smith

    We took our roving eye to the streets of New York, London and Paris in search of fashions that we think will spark ideas for your own home.   See the Gallery

  • Fashion as Inspiration, White Ruffle Pillow

    We thought this pillow looked a lot like the fetching frock sported by fashion blogger Marta Pozzan at New York's Fashion Week.   See the Image

  • Fashion as Inspiration, Blues and Browns

    This royal blue Fendi skirt and the brown Nina Ricci number were sported on the streets of Paris during the 2014 Fashion Week, proving that classic colors never go out of style.   See the Image

  • Fashion as Inspiration, Damask

    The blue damask skirt on the right reminds us of the curtains that Carol Burnett's Scarlett O'Hara saw in the window and just had to have.    See the Image

  • Fashion as Inspiration

    Like Pucci, Atlanta interior designer Melanie Turner can pair the classic with the bold without looking ridiculous.    See the Image

  • Fashion as Inspiration, Robert Brown

    This Atlanta living room designed by Robert Brown is reminiscent of the blue Fendi skirt and the brown Nina Ricci number spotted on the streets of Paris.   See the Image

  • Fashion as Inspiration, Damask Wallpaper

    Damask prints never seem to go out of style.    See the Image

  • Kenny Rogers Lists Atlanta Home, Exterior

    Located in the Atlanta neighborhood of Buckhead, the massive Mediterranean home features 22 rooms, numerous fireplaces, an indoor spa and a pool.   See the Gallery

  • Kenny Rogers Lists Atlanta Home, Theater

    We love the Old School movie house feel of the home's private viewing room, perfect for a screening of Six Pack, which was filmed in Atlanta.    See the Image

  • Reese Witherspoon's Nashville Home, Entrance

    “Why do Southern women make bad prostitutes,” asks Reese Witherspoon. “Because we have to write so many thank you notes.”With numerous leading roles and an Oscar win under her belt, Witherspoon…   Read the Blog