Scripture tells us that we are to weep when others weep and rejoice when others rejoice.
I did a lot of both yesterday. There are a lot of people hurting in this old world. Aren’t you glad we have friends to run to in our times of need?
There is also much happiness. Friends are adopting precious children, long-prayed-for weddings are in the planning phase
and at least one special friend just opened a jaw-dropping new shoppe. I was so happy to be one of the honored guest at the grand opening of Parish last night.
I had so much fun at the stone yard today. I "get stoned" the right way. I have done so much with white subway tiles and light-colored interiors lately that digging in to a true European feel house this week got me major pumped. It was the perfect kick off to fall. This house will be located on about 75 acres of rolling pasture...Read More
We are getting ready to launch a new e-design option for clients near and far and thought we would show you a little make-over magic that is possible today thanks to the awesome strides in technology. I have to tell you that I have been working on learning how to do this for over three years. I know. But I am...Read More
As promised, here are the Tuscan gardens created by Mark Montoya behind the Montgomery, Alabama firestation. If you missed part one on the artist go here. If you missed part two on the station converted into a home go here. NOW, we are all caught up and continue this journey to the heart of Italian alfresco dining spots without ever leaving our fair city. Walking...Read More
If you missed part I of this post go here to read about the genius minds behind this renovation. Today it is my privilege to take you on a house tour of the old South McDonough Street Firehouse that has been loving converted into a jaw dropping home. David Keith Braly is the architectural brain and Mark Montoya is the creator of the...Read More
I have admired the work of David Keith Braly for years. David is yet another amazing artist who hails from Florence, Alabama. Florence, what do you add to your water??? David received his undergraduate from Auburn in 1979 and taught in the school of architecture. Five years later he began painting. It is the architectural element in his paintings that makes me love...Read More
Moving into a new house is both exciting and challenging. Exciting if you are able to see it in your head and you imagine how beautiful the end result is going to be. Challenging if you cannot see it in your head and you have no idea what it is going to look like OR you didn't realize that the new...Read More