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September/October 2017

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Why They Matter

Why They Matter

The German writer Goethe called architecture “frozen music.” Indeed, historic homes embody the harmonies and rhythms of the past—one of many reasons they deserve to be cherished. We visit four fine examples from around Alabama.

A Garden for All Seasons

A Garden for All Seasons

"Listen to the Land," a hardcover coffee table book featuring one of Birmingham’s most outstanding private gardens, is an engaging, informative, and poignant memoir of Louise Agee Wrinkle and the 30 years she spent tending her family’s home in Mountain Brook, Alabama.

Antiques Restyled

Antiques Restyled

Designer Meg Wallace blends a client’s antique collection with custom pieces to create space for grownups and grandkids.

Growing Up in Liberty Park

Growing Up in Liberty Park

Liberty Park has provided a true sense of community to over 1,400 families and counting.

Inspiring Style at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Inspiring Style at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Enjoy four days full of design presentations, panel discussions and curated retail spaces at the 11th annual Antiques at the Gardens.

Smith Lake Simplicity

Smith Lake Simplicity

For their weekend retreat, designer Mark Kennamer and architect Jason Robb crafted refined rooms where polish and comfort go hand in hand.

Even Greener Pastures

Even Greener Pastures

The line between Ellen and David Pursell’s own home and the world-class destination they are creating at Pursell Farms just seems to disappear.

Tailgate Ready

Tailgate Ready

These tailgate favorites are simple to prepare and easy to transport to your favorite tailgate spot, whether in The Quad, The Grove, the Amphitheater, or even your own family room. No matter how your team is performing, these recipes are sure to bring on the cheers.

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