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Uber creatives Sarah Bartholomew and Jennifer Hunt share what they’re looking forward to giving — and hopefully getting — from Reed Smythe & Company this holiday season.

Sarah Bartholomew has been nationally recognized for her signature, fresh take on classic sensibility. Known for interiors that balance beauty and function and embody both elegance and practicality, Bartholomew creates timeless, livable spaces to call home. Most recently, Sarah was named to the prestigious 2019 ELLE Decor “A-List” and debuted a collection of flat weaves with Kings House Rugs. She has been published in House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Southern Living, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and Better Homes and Gardens; in addition to being featured on ArchDigest.comVogue.com and Tory Daily. Established in 2010, Bartholomew was named a 2018 Traditional Home New Traditionalist and in 2016, a House Beautiful Next Wave Designer. In 2018, Sarah Bartholomew launched a collection for Pottery Barn with a line of furnishings and home accessories and also, opened a brick-and-mortar store in Nashville called SB., which is an extension of her firm’s brand offering home furnishings, accessories, antiques, art, tabletop and textiles from specialty vendors around the world. Bartholomew is currently working on projects across the U.S. from California and Connecticut to Tennessee and Georgia.

Jennifer Hunt is the creator and founder of Dixie Design Collective. Hailing from northwest Alabama, she graduated with a Master of Accountancy from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and moved to Birmingham in 1999. She led successful careers first as a Certified Public Accountant and then as an art gallery owner. Not one to be pegged down, Jennifer launched Dixie Design Collective to offer a space where artfully created paper and accessibility could meet. As a gallery owner, Jennifer developed an eye for spotting talent and a skill for curating, which help ensure every artist and piece of work represented in the collective is top-notch. It’s a full job, but when she’s not working with artists, managing her business or keeping up with her two adorable and rambunctious little boys, Jennifer loves traveling with her husband, Buddy, indulging in Birmingham’s great restaurants, cooking, reading and enjoying the company of friends and family. Jennifer was selected as a Tory Burch Fellow in 2019.

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