• Courtney de Wet
  • Teachable Moments

    We’re kicking off the weekend with a special #FlashbackFriday from Courtney de Wet. Courtney styled this bright and beautiful story from the August issue of Better Homes & Gardens! The story features a very cool DIY before & after kitchen. The results? A perfect modern white kitchen, filled to the brim with sunlight! Take a […]

  • Ed Gallagher
  • Put it in Neutral

    We’re excited to share with you this home decorating story from the latest issue of Better Homes and Gardens. The story was styled by prop expert Ed Gallagher & photographed by Kat Teutsch, and outlines some very helpful tips on how to best execute a neutral color palette in your home. Of course though, these neutrals are […]

  • Ed Gallagher
  • Simply Organized

    Ed Gallagher styled and Marty Baldwin photographed this wonderful story for Better Homes and Gardens just in time for the new year. To me, January is all about starting fresh and there’s no better way to do that than by re-organizing your space. Get out the garbage bags and throw away that clutter! You’ll be […]

  • Food Styling
  • Cup of Cheer

    Styled by Emma Feigenbaum and photographed by Annie Schlechter, this story for Better Homes and Gardens is all about entertaining for the holiday season. From decorating to party planning, you’ll see tips on how to make this season as stress free and as cheer filled as possible. So grab your cup of egg nog and […]

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  • Flea Market Fresh

    For this Better Homes and Gardens story, David Land traveled to the remote north side of Central Park, often called Harlem.  Eddie Ross has created a masterful home there with his signature style: Modern Mix.  It’s a tightly controlled but eclectic mix of vintage and flea market finds, all brought together tastefully (and economically).  You can […]

  • Scott Horne
  • Joy to the Home

    Scott Horne has a beautifully-styled new story out in Better Homes and Gardens. Shot by David Tsay, the story is about blogger Joy Cho, of the popular Oh, Joy site.  Scott did a number on the home and created some beautiful scenes that fit really well with Joy’s defined style.  It all feels so natural […]

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  • Deviled Eggs

    Stylist Sarah Cave brought her best down-home touch to this story for Better Homes and Gardens on Trisha Yearwood.  Photographer Jennifer Davick talked more about the shoot on her blog: In March 2013, we traveled to Tifton, Georgia for a southern picnic with Trisha’s relatives, including her sister Beth and her uncle Wilson. In the article, […]

  • Ed Gallagher
  • Social Hours

    Stylist Ed Gallagher brought his gentle touch to this story for Better Homes and Gardens. It’s all about a kitchen makeover and how the updates to an old space brought a new spark to the homeowners’ social life.  No one wants to invite friends over to a small dark kitchen, where the only thing you […]

  • Food Styling
  • Emma Feigenbaum

    Big Leo is proud to announce our newest member of the pride, food stylist Emma Feigenbaum! And it is with much fanfare that she arrives right along with her new Better Homes and Gardens cover shot for the April issue by Andy Lyons and styled by Stephen Perfetto.  It’s the perfect picture to launch but […]

  • Ed Gallagher
  • Rearrange Your Life

    Ed Gallagher is a stylist after my own heart: when the going gets tough, the tough rearrange the furniture.  Nothing brightens my day like a new space with more room to breathe.  Nothing feels better than getting your life back in order through organizing.  In this story for Better Homes and Gardens, shot by the dynamic Dana […]

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  • Sips at Sundown

    Nothing says lazy summer afternoon like a porch party with your neighbors.  It’s about as laid back as it gets.  Of course, Dallas in August is probably not the best time and place for sitting outside.  David Land braved the heat to shoot this ‘unplanned party plan’ for Better Homes and Gardens.  This Friday do […]