Southern Vernacular Architecture and Interior Design // a peek into my notebook

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the ADAC Panel discussion on "Southern Vernacular Architecture and Southern Interior Design". The panelists included Jim Strickland, Founder and President at Historical Concepts, Phoebe Howard, Founder of the Mrs. Howard interior design firm, Kimberly Grigg, Founder of Knotting Hill Interiors, Carolyn Hultman, Founder of Carolyn Hultman Interior Design, and very special guest Lindsay Bierman, Editor in Chief at Southern Living magazine.

As you can imagine, I was awe struck. The panelists were charismatic as they discussed all aspects of Southern architecture and design, what makes a Southern house a home, and the future of Southern design and tradition. After the panel discussion, I had the opportunity to meet the incredible Mr. Bierman, who was beyond charming. It was one of those oh.my.god.who.am.I.right.now kind of moments. Chit-chatting with the man behind Southern Living!? Wow. What a day!

With a panel of prominent designers and a topic that hits close to home, the discussion  was informative and inspiring to say the least. So here you have it - a peek into my notebook with a a few of my notes and favorite take-aways from the day. Enjoy!


Jim Strickland, Founder and President at Historical Concepts and co-author of Coming Home: The Southern Vernacular House
Kimberly Grigg, Founder of Knotting Hill Interiors, guest-host “Stylebroker” on ABC affiliate WPDE TV 15, and author of the upcoming book, Livable Luxury; 
Lindsay Bierman, Editor in Chief at Southern Living magazine;
Carolyn Hultman, founder of Carolyn Hultman Interior Design and featured in books such as Paula Deen’s Savannah Style and Historical Concepts’ Coming Home: The Southern Vernacular House;
Phoebe Howard, Founder of the Mrs. Howard interior design firm and author of The Joy of Decorating 

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