Holiday Shopping in Baton Rouge

The holiday season is around the corner, and your friends and family deserve the best! Whether you’re searching for the perfect gift for the holiday party hostess or stocking stuffers for your loved ones, we’ve curated a list of local Baton Rouge shops and showrooms with something for everyone. Shopping small is in this holiday season, and you can support...

Embrace the Joie de Vivre of the New French General Collection from Fabricut

The French General collection of fabrics and trimmings evokes a classic French spirit with a twist, updating patterns and tones to suit today’s relaxed, refined lifestyle. Bold hues are balanced with nuanced neutrals, and texture is brought to the forefront, especially in the range of complementary trimmings. A mélange of casual and formal styles provide the foundation for this reimagined...

10 Stylish Side Tables For Every Room

Stylish, functional, and best of all, transportable, these tables offer a big punch in a small package. We’ve corralled our top 10.

Add Truman’s Effective and Safe Products to Your Home Care Cleaning Routine

In partnership with Truman's It’s no surprise that at Southern Home magazine, we care deeply about the order and cleanliness of our homes, as well as the environment around them. And while we’ve carefully chosen all of the hardware, appliances, and surfaces in our homes, we like to keep our cleaning routines simple and our broom closets clutter-free. Truman’s cleaning products...

A Recipe for Kitchens

Cyndy Cantley Cantley & Co. Built in the 1940s, a classic Tudor home needed a kitchen update to be functional for daily use. The kitchen and laundry room were added on in the 1970s. Although the space was dated, kitchen and bath designer Cyndy Cantley was able to use the original footprint to modernize the kitchen. A key step in this...

Antique Lettuce Ware is a Feast for the Eyes

Text: Jennifer Boles Perhaps no other form of tender vegetation has proven as hardy and long-lasting as that of lettuce ware, a style of ceramics that took shape in 18th-century Europe. Rooted in the Rococo style and made possible thanks to innovations in European porcelain-making, these lettuce-like ceramics have been a perennial favorite in display cabinets and on dining tables...

Antiques Obsession: Wall-Mounted Brackets are Brimming with Style

Text: Jennifer Boles Across between mobile architecture and a wall ornament, brackets are one of those rare design forms with a distinctly dual nature. Conceived for the purpose of displaying objects against a wall, they are immensely practical with their shelf-like tops. And yet, the bases that support them often incorporate such decorative, high-style flourishes that they have become pieces...

Beth Webb Lends Casual Grandeur to Ponte Verde Home

Text: Lydia Somerville Photos: Jessie Preza When Beth Webb’s clients, a couple with three young children, approached her to work with them on a new house in Ponte Vedra, Florida, Webb didn’t hesitate to sign on. The new house would be the third she’d done for the family, and she loved working with the wife. “She is very decisive,” says Webb....

Decorate with Our Favorite Reds to Make a Statement in Your Home

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Red is bold and powerful, yet classic and timeless all at once. The color evokes an immediate response when one enters a room, so if your goal is to make a tasteful statement, you've made the right choice! Once you've decided to feature this rich hue in your home, there are a few things you should know. One misconception is...

A Luxe & Livable Houston Home by Munger Interiors

Text: Tiffany Adams Photos: Michael Hunter It’s no secret that location is everything when it comes to real estate. That’s why Houston couple Allison and Adam Flikerski were eager to stay in their beloved River Oaks neighborhood when they began searching for a new home. In 2016, they found a home sitting on an acre lot filled with lush greenery and plenty...

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