Ring in…A New Look



The holidays are over, family and friends have gathered and now you’re re-thinking your living room furniture. Maybe your sofa is worn out or you didn’t have quite enough seating for all your guests. The accent chair you keep meaning to replace has now seen it’s day. Whatever your reason may be, now is the time to call us!  We’ll create a plan for your space so you can…

Ring in the New Year with a New Look!


With hundreds of fabrics and styles to choose from, we make the process of selecting new furniture simple! Our design services are complimentary when you purchase a piece of furniture. We are here to answer all the design questions you have and help you make decisions so that your home reflects your style.


Classic to contemporary. Colorful to neutral.

We partner with furniture companies who produce a wide range of styles, finishes, and fabrics to tailor any upholstery piece to fit your life!

Pink Chairs

Whether you’re just looking to replace a sofa, or need to furnish an entire room. We’ve got you covered.

With each furniture order you receive:

  • Thoughtful and Tailored Design
  • Quality Furniture
  • Complimentary Design Service
  • Impeccable Style
  • Endless Customization


Sign up below to have one of our talented designers give you a call to discuss how we can help you Ring in a New Look!

Or give us a call 256-539-1038

Visit us at 501 Church St. Huntsville, Al 35801





Holiday Gift Guide

The gift giving season is upon us and we want to help you tackle everyone on your list! Here are our top 5 favorite gifts all UNDER $100! Go ahead, cross five people off your list today.

Gift Guide

Join us, Monday December 4th from 5:30-8:00 for our Holiday open house to shop these gifts and SO much more! 

Accents of the South. 501 Church St. Huntsville, Al. 35801





UK Fabric Company Discovers Accents of the South!

UK fabric company, Terry’s Fabrics interviewed Beverly about her design philosophy, inspiration and creative process.

See her interview below.

Courtesy of: Terrys Fabrics

Image Credit: 1) Hickory Chair 2) Julie Neill 3) Mr Brown Home 4) Kindel Furniture 5) Shadow Catchers Art

– Transcript –

1) In your own words describe your unique style and creative aesthetic?

I believe in the blending of traditional Southern style with modern sensibilities to create timeless interiors. Focusing on interior architecture, to ground our designs.

2) When starting a new project, what is your creative process?

The process of research and reflection helps me begin a design.  By addressing the setting of each project, reflecting on the architectural style of the home and client’s intent, I begin the design process.

3) Out of the creative people you have worked with, who is it that you respect and admire the most?

Working with so many creative individuals every day, to select one individual would be impossible. Our seamstress, tile setters, upholsterer, cabinet makers and wood workers, faux finishers, our architects and landscape designers, and of course my staff all bring their special gifts to the table. I have learned so much collectively from each of them, and they have helped make me the designer I am today.

4) When looking for inspiration is there a particular thing you do to get inspired?

Often items from our clients’ collections inspire a design, making the space a reflection of their personality.  It’s these feelings we coax from our design that make a house a home.

5) What has brought you to this point in your career? And what is your advice for people looking to follow in your footsteps?

When I began my firm, Accents of the South, over 30 years ago, it was the first of its kind to blend interior design with architecture. Through hard work, creativity and good client relationships, my interior design business has flourished.

Color Trends

It’s always been fascinating to me how color trends are researched and predicted.  Color forecasters look at various aspects when predicting the next year’s trends.  Current and upcoming events like an election or the Olympics, technology, current fashion trends, and various other factors help them pinpoint what colors will be seen in architecture, home décor, and fashion.

PPG Color Experts brainstorming this years color trends


After attending High Point Market this year, one of the biggest trends I saw was color, lots of color.  Recently I attended a seminar sponsored by PPG, all about color forecasting and this year’s color trends.  I saw examples of three distinct trends at market, which coincide with three palettes PPG predicted.

Rustic Simplicity
Rustic Simplicity

The first palette we call Rustic Simplicity, which consists of pigments found in nature.  These colors have a vintage spirit and are a blend of both the old and new worlds.  Nature is a huge driving force for this palette and the architecture inspired by it, while still having a contemporary and casual feel.  Hammered metals, patterned and carved woods, suedes, and stamped leathers make up the materials unique to this palette.  Overall this scheme is earthy and understated.

Here are two projects we’ve designed that make use of the Rustic Simplicity palette.

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Luminous Hues
Luminous Hues


Luminous Hues is the next color trend.  This palette is a fresh, bold scheme which mixes dazzling brights such as royal blue, imperial green, citron and Chinese red with softer neutral tonalities. Driven by self-expression and technology, interiors have more of a glamorous 70’s look.  Chrome-finished metals, dimensional wood paneling, and metallic patent leathers are the perfect companions to this eclectic palette.

This room done by Eric Cohler is a perfect example of Luminous Hues and was featured in Traditional Home.
Bright, lively hues fill this Gameday house in Auburn, that we had the pleasure of designing.


Soft Serenity
Soft Serenity

Finally Soft Serenity is the antithesis of Luminous Hues.  A soothing, soft, inviting scheme of azure blues, lavenders and blushes with accents of dark gray and black to anchor the ethereal spirit. This palette offers an escape and refuge from the fast pace of life and promotes balance and peace.  Austere, quite spaces are created with accents of satin brass, bleached driftwoods and floral prints.  Subtle, harmonious spaces best describe this tranquil palette.

Both of these spaces with their soft pastel and neutral palettes reflect this trend exquisitely.


No matter your style one of these color palettes will be perfect for you and your home.  Don’t be afraid to change up your color scheme or add a new color to the mix!