May/June 2021 Issue Preview

With spring in full swing and summer just around the corner, we find ourselves dreaming of hosting pool parties, barbecues, and family get-togethers. While these gatherings may need to be more intimate and simplified this year, we can still find ways to let in the fresh air and find joy in the season. Celebrating the everyday and making small moments special is something we can all focus on while enjoying the warmer weather. The Southern Home team hopes this vibrant May/June issue brings you some extra happiness as you flip through its pages and glimpse how others have embraced their spaces. We wish you all a wonderful, safe, and joyful season. 

Young at Heart

Photo by Michael Blevins
Interior Designer Patti Allen (@allenjamesinteriors) reinvigorates a classic Charlotte home with charming character and contemporary surprises for a family of five.

Comfortably Chic

Photo by Stacey Van Berkel
Interior designer Ann Legette (@annlegetteinteriors) closely with her clients to create a home fit for hosting family and friends of all ages.

Nice and Neutral

Photo by Anice Hoachlander
A new build by DC-based architects Neal Thomson and Patrick Cooke of Thomson Cooke Architects (@thomsoncooke) and Designer Erica Burns (@ericaburnsinteriors) becomes a city escape for a pair of empty nesters.

 

Modernizing the Mix

Photo by Manny Rodriguez
Designer Jan Jones blends tradition with modernity in a Dallas home’s dramatic renovation.

 

A Warm Welcome

Photo by Sara Essex Bradley
For a young couple, good design means coming home to a happy place designed by Monica Melancon (@monica.melancon.mod).

Reinventing Classic

Photo by Rett Peek
Designer Melissa Haynes (@studio.mh.design) blends a traditional layout with contemporary accents for a client with teenage children.

Family Affair

Photo by Dustin Peck

A home renovation becomes a family reunion when interior designer Laura Covington (@lauracovingtoninteriors) and architect Elizabeth Wells take on their sister as a client.

Coastal Connection

Photo by Jean Allsopp

Sandra Chancey and her team at Chancey Design (@chanceydesignarchitects) to renovate a sprawling estate with spectacular views in Tampa Bay.

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