• Barbara Schmidt
  • Southern Living Magazine

    Stylist and Creative Director Barbara Schmidt recently had the opportunity to work with Southern Living Magazine. We asked her about her experience and she couldn’t stop raving — “This was one of the best projects I worked on all year. Having the opportunity to work with Interior Designer Stephanie Jarvis was so special. She was […]

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  • Art of the Bargain

    Check out the latest from prop stylist and art director Barb Schmidt! Barb worked on this beautiful story from the most recent issue of Southern Living. This Houston home is a wonderful mix of ecclectic and traditional decor styles, and Barb did an awesome job working on the story.

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  • Southern Living Holiday Musts

    Southern Living has some great ideas for this holiday season, including our two favorites shot by Kat Teutsch – a fully stocked drink cart and an epic Gingerbread house. Event planner and creator of Arrowhead Farms cocktail mixers, Bronson van Wyck, put together all the Southern drink cart essentials to get you through the holidays right. My […]

  • Styling
  • Put ’em up!

    In the coldest months of winter, just imagine cracking open a jar of summer love to share with family and friends.  Cynthia Groseclose stocks up on fresh produce in this beautiful story on canning for Southern Living.  It is amazing how a little bit of preparation goes a long way, not just for meals but […]

  • Food Styling
  • No Fuss Fish Fry

    Cynthia Groseclose knows that August is prime beach time – her Facebook profile is chock full of surf pictures.  Even her 5-year-old son is a ripper.  And take it from us Southerners, after a long day of lounging in the sun there is nothing better than fried fish and hush puppies with some sweet tea […]

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  • Just Ripe

    On the solstice, I always think of that quintessential summer taste: fresh tomatoes. Cynthia Groseclose styled these beauties for Southern Living, shot by the fine southern gentleman Iain Bagwell.  The only tough thing about tomatoes in the garden is that you have to sit there and wait for them to get just ripe.  Hoe them, […]