As seen in our July issue, this once cramped attic is now a comfortable and charming family area. Chris Milligan of Dwellings, Inc. reworked the structure and floor plan of this 1930s cottage to include modern amenities and plenty of space for lounging. This Heights home that Anna Dickinson, owner of White Goat in Little Rock, shares with her husband and two children is loaded with charm. She enlisted White Goat designer Adam Smith to help her infuse the space with the shop’s signature style of French country minimalism. We love the mix of textures used in the space, from the painted wood walls, railings and slipcovered furniture to the exposed brick wall. Get the look in your own home with these items we’ve pulled together. For more inspiration, read the full story online here or find a copy of the new July issue on newsstands.
We’re brightening up your Monday morning with this graphic black-and-white, aqua and coral poolside cabana designed by Tobi Fairley. “We took color cues from the interior of this Fayetteville home, which is done in layers of aqua, light blue and steel grays and accented with orange tones from pumpkin to cinnamon,” says Fairley. Black-and-white stripes on the ceiling highlight the structure’s angles, and give it the feeling of an extra chic poolside hut. The pendants ordered from Restoration Hardware were given a custom aqua paint job to tie them into the color scheme. Banquette seating and custom Parsons chairs offer plenty of seating for extended family and guests. Find all the images and read the full story online in the March “Outdoor Living” issue here.
Five years after the completion of the interior design work in a Northwest Arkansas home, designer Tobi Fairley returned to bring her signature bold and tailored style to the outdoor spaces. Inspired by the chic, boutique hotel pools the homeowners have visited around the world, she envisioned classic black-and-white stripes alongside more subdued elements that complement the interior of the home. “Their style—and mine—unites very clean furniture lines and tailoring with dynamic and bold uses of texture, pattern and color,” says Fairley. You don’t want to miss this bold and colorful feature! Read the full story online in the March “Outdoor Living” issue here or find a copy on newsstands.