Jenny and Richard Tremayne found more than a home when they bought a historic property on Austill Avenue — they discovered a love for entertaining.
Nationally renowned designer Matthew Metcalfe-Bees brings his impeccable knack for mixing classic antiques back home to Alabama.
An eclectic collection in one Fairhope home proves well-designed furniture and quality art always stand the test of time.
The Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival attracts more than 250,000 visitors to the area, all eager to enjoy a weekend strolling the streets of downtown Fairhope.
Six Mardi Gras superfans share their tips for enjoying the season.
Promising more than just good luck, dark, leafy vegetables are a nutrition powerhouse. Take another look at the Southern staple, and maybe try a fresh, new preparation.
A group of Fairhope artists created a new way to get their work to market and discovered the joys of camaraderie along the way.
A long-forgotten log cabin discovered under vines and debris finds new life and new purpose on a Grove Hill hunting property.
A dated 1990s bathroom in Spanish Fort went from drab to dazzling with an improved layout, a fresh pop of color and some magnificent finishes.
Mobilian Andrew LaMar Hopkins brings Gulf Coast Creole culture to the wide world with his colorful paintings rich with historical detail.