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.
Hurry up spring! We love the easy-going casual appeal of Sheb and Danny Fisher’s cottage courtyard. They realized they had created the ideal backyard patio after the footprint of a home renovation fell into place. They mixed traditional-style outdoor furniture with colorful accessories for a happy and inviting atmosphere amidst a backdrop of beautiful blooming white hydrangeas. And, to add creative detail to the courtyard, designer Chris Milligan incorporated a freestanding pergola to highlight the sitting area. “Whether we have the fire going or the fan, it is such a great gathering spot,” says Sheb. Read more about this colorful gathering place here and find more outdoor inspiration in the March issue on newsstands or online.