Despite signature styles that are wildly their own, interior designers Fran Keenan, Anna Wooten Loggins and James Farmer have a lot in common: creative and influential grandmothers, a love for family heirlooms and fashion — childhoods steeped in the ever-elusive, totally irresistible style of the south.
“We are a society of complete juxtaposition,” Farmer says. “We eat cereal with our grandmother’s silver spoons. We wear our Sunday best to a football game. It’s this high and low, this amazing cadence, rhythm and song that gets interpreted in our interior style as well.”
Here, the three Georgia- and Alabama-based talents share their secret weapons for creating timeless spaces: their local sources.