Traditional home magazine

Explore the world of traditional home decor with our magazine. Get inspired by the latest trends and timeless designs for a classic and elegant living space.
Outdoor Living, Interior Design, Southern Style, Rustic Ceiling, Southern Home, Window Wall, House And Home Magazine, Contemporary Desk, Front Door Entryway

Coveted for its lush landscapes and towering trees, the setting deceivingly seems worlds away from Atlanta’s vibrant downtown scene. The owners, a family of four with two boys and two dogs, immediately saw the home’s potential and purchased it eight years before beginning their own plans for a complete overhaul. They took their ideas to Elle Cantrell, founder and lead interior designer of Elle Du Monde.

Sandy Puskaric
San Juan, Southern Cottage, Classic Southern Home, Classic Southern Home Decor, Southern Style Homes, Southern Living Homes, Southern Interior, Southern Design, Traditional Southern Home

When Cathy Groome was asked to describe the style of house she wanted, “Southern-European” was the best she could come up with. But architects Craig Dixon and Todd Pritchett got it right away. The house is tucked into a wooded enclave of cottage-style homes in Vinings that Chip developed on a 2.5-acre piece of property, all with a European sensibility.

Denise Shetler
Design, Home Décor, Home, Modern Southern Living Room, Traditional Southern Home, Modern Southern Home Decor, Southern Home Interior, Southern Traditional Bedroom, Southern Living Rooms

Text: Karen Carroll Photos: Photography courtesy of Jackye Lanham Interiors Southern Home (SH): Would you begin by sharing a bit about your background? Jackye Lanham (JL): I’m what we used to call an army brat. We moved every couple of years, internationally and around the South. No matter where we were, a pair of twin […]

Sara McCutchen
Traditional Southern Home, Spring Market, Southern Home Interior, Louisiana Homes, Historic Renovation, Southern Homes, Starter Home, Southern Home, Entry Foyer

A homeowner in Charlotte embraced that change, moving to a newly renovated house in the historic Eastover neighborhood that only needed some tweaking to make it just right. With one tap on her mobile phone, she connected to her sister, Atlanta interior designer Carter Kay, to help ease the transition. “We were ready to rethink the way we live,” says the homeowner, “and that was the driving force behind the move. We wanted to leave our more traditional floor plan behind and instead have…

Vicki Pineles