Veranda At Home in the South: Interior Design Reimagined Spiral-Bound | October 4, 2022

Stephanie Hunt, Steele Thomas Marcoux (Foreword by)

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A luxurious collection of 27 contemporary Southern homes that explores the range of style of the region—from classic and genteel to contemporary and edgy.

On this exclusive Veranda house tour, you’re invited to step inside spectacular Southern homes created by a diverse group of innovative designers and architects that share one important credo: an abiding love of beauty. 

The region holds its own as a design mecca, with swoon-worthy style along every coast and in every geographic nook and cranny. You’ll tour a wooded cabin in Tennessee, an old farmhouse in Georgia, a serene Low Country island retreat, and exquisite historic homes in Palm Beach and Charleston, and more. From the dreamy Blue Ridge Mountains to the rural Arkansas Delta, from Atlanta to Dallas to Birmingham and beyond, you’ll learn the secrets of southern style from designers and architects and how landscape and personality are always essential elements of successful design. 

Most important, you’ll discover how Southern style is wildy inclusive –an amalgamation of many different aesthetic sensibilities. It’s a style that resists easy categorizing and also defies cliché. You’ll experience how the warmth of being “at home” is achieved through imaginative and evocative design by visionary designers including Keith Robinson, Mark D. Sikes, Bobby McAlpine, Bunny Williams, Darryl Carter, Phoebe Howards and others.
Publisher: Penguin Random House
Original Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN-10: 1950785807
Item Weight: 3.6 lbs
Dimensions: 10.3 x 0.9 x 12.3 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars Up to 30 ratings
“[This book] is inspiring. It shows the breadth and depth of living in the south. Its pages are soulful and layered and often unexpected." 
⁠—Angie Hranowsky, interior designer

“Veranda’s At Home in the South sings with beauty…. Editor Steele Marcoux’s voice resonates here with intelligence that truly captures the distinctive soul of Southern design. The reverence for gracious living, respect for nature and embracing one’s surroundings, creating memorable family gatherings…."
⁠—Beth Webb, interior designer

“This book is a glorious celebration of all the things we love about southern houses and hospitality. From the eclectic charm of Furlow Gatewood’s rural Georgia “follies” to the classical elegance of James Carter’s Mountainbrook home to Cathy Kincaid’s masterful layering in a Texas Spanish Colonial home, every one of these houses inspires with personal details and a strong connection to the place.”
—Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman, interior designers

Veranda’s keen vision for what’s real and what will last is steadfast and true. Beyond trend and ever relevant, you can trust and be moved by what’s lovingly curated and offered up for us here…. Once again Veranda has sewn together, in tapestry form, design that will take you to higher ground and never let you down.”
—Bobby McAlpine, architect

“This latest indulgence from VERANDA invites readers into homes that blend warmth, comfort and sophistication with a gracious and hospitable way of life.”
⁠—Cathy Kincaid, interior designer

“[This book] is a sweepingly gorgeous collection of Southern homes and interiors. The book so clearly provides an awe-inspiring visual cross-section of interiors and gives you a glimpse of the design approach of some of the country's most talented designers.”
⁠—Jane Scott Hodges, founder and owner of Leontine Linens

"VERANDA At Home in the South gives the reader a rare glimpse into the homes that reflect the beauty and diversity of our region. From mountain to sea, extravagant to restrained, Steele has gathered a unique cast of talent, sharing spaces that are distinctive in expression yet united in their quest for gracious living."
⁠—Ken Pursley, architect

“Every home highlighted feels authentic and real, but what resonates most is the true embrace of simply beautiful interiors. I always say ‘Make it Beautiful,’ and that's exactly what this book does.”
—Mark D. Sikes, interior designer and author of More Beautiful

“This is what the South has been and what we hope to continue to mark the South with, luxury, beauty, innovation, and love of our homes, families and friends.”
—Melanie Pounds, interior designer

“Honoring the best of great design with endless inspiration!”
—Melanie Turner, interior designer

“Veranda magazine contributor Hunt explores the breadth of Southern style in this charming survey. The author then takes readers on a sumptuously photographed tour of contemporary homes, organized into six thematic sections.... Armchair designers won’t want to miss this.”
—Publishers Weekly

“From swoon-worthy houses and breathtaking rooms to little garden vignettes, each photograph beautifully emphasizes texture and details….Inspiration is unlimited and culminates in an elegant charm with graciousness and tranquility.”
—Charlyn Lyons, Library Journal

"You’ll discover how Southern style is wildly inclusive, an amalgamation of many aesthetic sensibilities that resists easy categorization and defies cliché.”
The Post and Courier (Charleston)
Stephanie Hunt is a writer in Charleston, South Carolina, and regular contributor to Veranda. A native Southerner, she writes about style and design and community and culture for a number of publications, including Coastal Living, Southern Living, LUXE, The Washington Post, and Charleston Magazine.
Steele Thomas Marcoux is the editor of Veranda and a veteran of the design publishing industry, having served in senior editorial roles at County Living, Coastal Living, and Southern Living. She serves on the board of directors for the Alabama School of Fine Arts in Birmingham, where she lives with her husband, two sons, and dog.
VERANDA epitomizes the very best in living well. The magazine started in Birmingham, AL invites a community of highly engaged tastemakers to celebrate the very best in gracious living and showcases stunning homes from around the country and the world.

Author Residence: Charleston, SC (Hunt) / Birmingham, AL (Marcoux)