More than 40 years ago, Beverly Farrington embarked on a journey to create a new kind of interiors firm blending architecture with beautiful design. Inspired by the romantic classicism of her southern roots, Beverly applies her fresh interpretation to create elegant, architecturally inspired spaces that are timeless, comfortable, and functional for modern living. 
Under Beverly's artistic direction, industry critics have consistently recognized Accents of the South as one of the South’s leading interior design firms. Beverly has created award-winning homes and her work has been featured in Traditional Home, Southern Living, Southern Homes, Alabama Magazine, Southern Lady and the Washington Post.
Beverly, an Auburn University Interior Design graduate, currently serves as an advisor to the University’s Interior Design department and is a state registered and certified professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Beverly and her husband, Danny Alm, live in the historic Twickenham district of Huntsville, AL.

Principal Designer

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Lauren earned her Interior Design degree from the University of Alabama and is an Allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Lauren, with her excellent sense of color and thoughtful, cohesive approach, produces quality design and a captivating final product. Clients trust her attentiveness to detail and her diligence to keep jobs organized and on track.

Lauren, what drew you into the field of interior design?

When I was five or six years old, I made my own wallpaper sample book. My parents were selecting a wallpaper, and I was so fascinated with the colors and patterns I decided to create my own. My love of design began there and continued to grow stronger through my teen and adult years.
What would you say are key components to quality design?

Attention to detail, functionality, and of course, overall aesthetic.
Where do you get your inspiration?

Everywhere! Magazines, travels, items the client owns, a single fabric...anything can inspire design.

How do you believe design reflects a person's style and personality? 

I always like to include pieces and colors the client loves. Whether it be a collection from travels, sentimental family heirlooms, or a favorite color, incorporating the things clients’ treasure can be a great way to infuse their unique styles and personalities into their spaces.
What is your approach to color?

I have always been a huge lover of color! My approach is to use neutrals for the larger items, like a sofa, and layer several coordinating colors as accents: rugs, pillows, art, lamps, and accessories. My favorite palettes mix warm and cool tones.
What’s your favorite paint color?

Sherwin Williams Silver Strand SW 7057. It’s such a soft, calming hue.
What can’t you live without?

My music! Music has such a powerful impact on my state of mind and mood, especially during the commute to and from work. Music is inspirational, motivational, and just good for the soul. 


Meet Lauren Miller

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Abby graduated from Auburn University with a bachelor's degree in Supply Chain Management. Backed with four years of experience, Abby is efficient in organization and project management. Her personable and bubbly personality aid her in making genuine connections with clients to help them find the perfect piece for their home. Abby's eye for design continually produces beautiful and functional item selections for the showroom.

What drew you into the field of interior design?
I have always been intrigued by and had a love for design, but finding and following Kelly Wearstler over the past few years has really inspired me. I very much admire her ability to take individual items that I may not have chosen myself and combining them to create spaces that anyone, no matter their sense of style, can walk into and think "Wow, this is really amazing and beautiful."

What draws you to an item that you think will sell in the showroom?
For myself, I like to find things that feel really curated and not that many people have. I think that's something that other people look for as well. Something that's timeless and unique but also at a good price point.

What's your favorite paint color?
Stone Blue by Farrow and Ball

What can't you live without?
My husband, my family, and my golden retriever, Ralph. Also, potatoes... they are so versatile and delicious. 

Assistant Designer & Showroom Coordinator


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Katie holds a Master's in Historic Preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design and a Bachelor's in Interior Design from Mississippi State University. She serves as secretary for the Old Town Historic District Board and is an active member of both the Historic Huntsville Foundation and Huntsville-Madison County Historical Society. Katie's expertise and passion for history not only infuse her work with depth and authenticity but also enable her to capture the essence of her clients' narratives, creating spaces that are visually stunning and deeply meaningful.

What drew you into the field of interior design?
As a child, I spent a lot of time looking through antique stores and touring historic homes with my grandmother as our fun thing to do together. She fostered my passion for design and appreciation for detail. 

How do you believe design reflects a person's style and personality?
As a lecturer of historic architecture and an avid history of interior design buff, I love diving into design and decoration of the past and seeing how our interiors have both evolved and reverted over time. The function of our spaces and the things we surround ourselves with tell a story of who we are and what we value in life. 

What's your favorite paint color?
My favorite paint color is Rainwashed by Sherwin Williams. It is my go to "haint blue" porch ceiling color. I feel refreshed at the end of a long day sipping a glass of wine on my porch swing under the perfect bluish/green shade of Rainwashed. 

What can't you live without?
The Lord and the abundant blessings He provides of love and community! 

Interior Designer

MEET Katie Davis

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