Before and After: Men’s Study Sallie is giving us a behind the scenes look on how this Before and After: Men’s Study went from mundane to extraordinary. This handsome den got a complete makeover from top to bottom. Showing you that the “man cave” can be a place of sophistication. The Before This space was formerly a study right off the foyer. It was non-functional and under-utilized. An awkwardly placed closet left a narrow niche which … Read More
Color Spotlight: Green With the approach of Spring and St. Patrick’s day right around the corner we’re excited to dish on this week’s color spotlight, green! Green is on trend this year and we love seeing it everywhere. We are diving in on tips on how to use the color green with some of our favorite green paint colors! Source The Color Green Green is the color of, renewal, nature, and energy, and is associated with meanings of growth, harmony, … Read More
Why you need an Interior Designer When you think about hiring an interior designer you might zero in on aesthetics: wall colors, window treatments, pillow patterns. But that’s just scratching the surface of what we do at Accents of the South. This post is to describe the process of how we work and why you might need to hire us! You may have a vision for your home, but we can help you clarify it and bring it to life. Our … Read More
What to expect with custom interior design! Accents of the South envisions, plans and outfits spaces in a way that make your home both beautiful and functional with custom interior design. From custom drapes and furniture to rugs and lighting, we have hundreds of vendors and manufacturers that offer great quality and style. With each order from us you will receive: Thoughtful and Tailored Design From our initial meeting we listen and understand your wants and needs for your home. … Read More
Beverly Farrington from Accents of the South has been working diligently on her Historical Home Renovation in Huntsville Alabama. Southern Lady Magazine has recognized the way Beverly is keeping the historical significance of the home in tact while also bringing the home up to modern standards and elegance. Because of this, Southern Lady, is featuring a Renovation Diary with Beverly about the process that has gone into renovating the historical home on Gates. The Original House on Gates The House … Read More
BACKYARD OASIS : Outdoor spaces are just as important as interiors. Many backyards are designed to be an extension of the home, giving more space to entertain with family and friends. And the homeowners wanted to do just that, taking advantage of their backyard’s full potential. Through Accents of the South’s design of the pool deck and a new pavilion housing an outdoor kitchen, dining and living space, the clients’ backyard truly became the perfect room with a view.
EUSTIS : This bungalow style home is nestled in downtown Huntsville. A kitchen and master bath renovation elevated the home’s interior and made it more functional for the new home owners. The subtle tones of putty, apricot and orange is traipsed throughout the main level. The glamorous bath with hand blocked wall paper finish off the space that once was a bedroom.
LOW COUNTRY FRENCH : This Low country French house built in Mooresville, Alabama infuses the enchantment of an ages old residence into a newly built home. Accents of the South layered on the patina of charm inside the H shape home by including French influence details throughout. A neutral palette and rooms having windows on at least two sides allows the furnishings and home to truly shine.
MODERN LODGE (LURIE RESIDENCE) – Merging the rustic, post and beam style of the home’s architecture with the client’s more contemporary furniture was Accents of the South’s goal. By painting the walls a soft grey, the space was lightened and given a more transitional feel. Spring green accents added color without being overwhelming, and hints of orange counter-balanced the green while complementing the warm, wood tones. A rustic table with a custom, streamlined banquette created the cozy breakfast room the family desired. A fun, horizontal, striped … Read More
RANDOLPH : Enjoying each other’s company while cooking in the kitchen was nearly impossible for our clients’ large family. The kitchen was closed off and not accessible to the living room. Through the removal of a wall, adjusting the layout, and adding additional bar seating, we achieved three spaces that work together. These rooms are now the perfect gathering place for both family and friends, and have become one large cohesive space at the heart of the home.