Caite Hamilton

Caite has been at C-VILLE since 2007, when she started as a part-time proofreader. Over the last 11 years, she's held the positions of Online Editor and Special Sections Editor. Currently the Special Publications Editor of C-VILLE, Caite oversees content in special issues and special publications (ABODE, Knife & Fork, C-VILLE Weddings, Unbound, C-BIZ, and Best of C-VILLE).

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February ABODE: On stands now!

This month’s issue of Abode is available now. Here’s what you’ll find inside: Roots Natural Kitchen‘s clean remodel. Wood-look flooring to consider. A peek at Candace DeLoach’s inn loft. Jeff Dreyfus answers a few of our questions. An Ivy mansion wherein looks deceive. This month’s featured home: Brand new tradition As Robin and Craig Ellis […]

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Winter 2016 C-VILLE Weddings: On stands now!

The latest issue of C-VILLE Weddings is on stands now. Here’s what you’ll find inside. Upside-down flowers. A new music trend. A low-stress timeline. Five brides’ dress-shopping stories. From fitted suits to textured dresses: Bridal party attire. An Indian tradition. Floral necklaces, tiny cake toppers, purple macarons: Five ideas we love. This issue’s feature: Pretty […]

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Look up! Blooms aren’t just for tables anymore

Here’s a trend we’re flipping for: hanging arrangements. Whether suspended above the altar, the sweetheart table or even a cocktail hour vignette, this new take on a floral display is fresh and inviting. Nature Composed’s Jenn Pineau agrees. “They create so much mood and atmosphere when well-executed,” she says. In a venue with high ceilings or […]

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January ABODE: On stands now!

This month’s issue of Abode is available now. Here’s what you’ll find inside: Interior architect Jennifer Greenhalgh‘s definition of design. The Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center goes the nautical mile. Why having stairs doesn’t mean treading lightly on style. Stedman House’s Nicole Fagerli on color, texture and Gone with the Wind. A ’70s rancher takes a […]

An outdoor space provides ample space to relax and entertain. Photo: Andrea Hubbell

Full scale: Jennifer Greenhalgh works from big to small

As an interior architect, Jennifer Greenhalgh of local design firm Jackson + Park oversees multiple aspects of a home renovation project—from its structural design to its décor. Accordingly, the word “design” takes on a few different meanings as she approaches a new client; she and partner Kelly Carwile may be reinvisioning a room’s entire layout […]

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December ABODE: On stands now!

This month’s issue of Abode is available now. Here’s what you’ll find inside: Patricia Kluge’s former Albemarle estate opens to overnighters. STOA’s Justin Heiser shares his influences. A check-in with designer (and shop owner) Laurie Holladay. Why your fireplace doesn’t have to be so plain. The oldest home in Albemarle (it’s not exactly livable). PLUS:  This […]

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Checking in with: Designer Laurie Holladay

Having grown up in the family business—a furniture and lamp store founded by her father in Nassau, New Jersey, 70 years ago—Laurie Holladay comes by her talents naturally. She started Gordonsville-based Laurie Holladay Interiors in 2007 and sees it as a continuation of what her family built. “Beautiful lamps and lampshades have always been a […]

Business owner LaTrina Candia involves her 6-year-old son, Cyrus, in certain aspects of the businesses. "Cyrus loves inventing," she says. Photo: Amy Jackson

Winter 2015 C-VILLE Kids: On stands now!

This season’s issue of C-VILLE Kids is packed with great advice for parents on everything from when your kid should be going to bed to how to encourage a love of reading to keeping them entertained during holiday parties. Here’s what you’ll find inside. And, below, flip through a digital copy of the magazine! One […]