Today’s guest blogger is Wiff Harmer. After seeing her newly remodeled house, and knowing that she is the photographer for the remodeling projects of Nashville based contractor, The Wills Company. We asked Wiff to share some favorite photos from projects that have inspired her – read on and enjoy! Wiff’s kitchen before –
In the South, we love our homes and interior design is a big deal. We aim to inspire with our beautiful local and regional homes we feature each month. We also showcase expert designer tips and tricks for every room in the house. And, as we have a special affinity for kitchens, we try to feature a spectacular one each month as well!
While you will still see neutrals abound in 2011, color is fighting its way back. Say hello to shades of coral! Today’s post shows how to incorporate this color into fashion, beauty and home decor.
f you can’t find some relaxation out of all the chaos of the holidays, is it really worth it? Check out these last minute recipes and wines to help out.
Join us today for a look at what a true Mad Men Thanksgiving might have looked like. We even got vintage clothes to dress the part and found the most delectable recipes to transport you back to 1960 and perhaps make you grateful – that much more – to live 50 years later, in 2010….
This is not an original idea since The New Yorker and CBS Sunday Morning do it, but I thought it would be appropriate to dedicate the entire week of posts to food in honor of Thanksgiving. So, here you have it, one cocktail and one side dish from both Liza and myself that we are…
Recently I came across some pottery (a weakness of mine) that made me wonder if perhaps I needed some Holiday dinnerware.
Chili recipes just in time for Halloween!
I saw my cousin’s Facebook update, from Jefferson City, MO: “Went to parent/teacher conferences tonight good reports – “Boooood” while we were out, the best basket ever !!! – I have a pretty good idea who it was ;-)” I immediately thought, “Why is she OK with someone booing her or her family?” and “Has
Have you noticed? The maple trees are starting to change and the dogwoods are well on their way to red. I love this time of year when the sky is a startling blue, the leaves are beginning to show off their colorful displays, and jackets are a part of our morning routines once again. This
I love having company over in the fall. Here are two ways to have a dinner party this fall. One requires some forethought and cooking while the other can be planned at the last minute. Both promise great results: