Tracery in Birmingham Home & Garden

Our work at Silverock Cove, located on Alabama’s Smith Lake, is featured in this month’s Birmingham Home & Garden Second Homes issue.

 

 

The feature outlines some of the amenities at Silverock (which was master planned and designed by our sister company Dungan Nequette Architects) including the Pool House, which we furnished.

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The story also features the interior of a home we furnished for one of Silverock’s founders, Carter Hughes.  The furnishings are natural, comfortable and durable–musts for a lakeside home.  Sourced mostly from our shop, the pieces are complimented by artwork from Birmingham’s Loretta Goodwin Gallery

 

 

[all images courtesy Birmingham Home & Garden, article text by Cathy Still Johnson, photography by Jean Allsopp]

10 thoughts on “Tracery in Birmingham Home & Garden

  1. Such a peaceful, beautiful piece of nature. Great work D-N and Tracery!!
    Can’t wait to receive my copy of the magazine.

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