I adore succulents. I’m becoming obsessed actually. While considered a bit like a cactus, with the little water they need, succulents don’t look out of place in a Southern home. We have a concrete pot in the North Carolina mountains filled with succulents. They’ve been there for decades and no one does anything to them.
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!
Let’s face it: our homes speak volumes about our personalities. They are a mirror to our outlook on life sometimes reflecting our sense of welcome, order, beliefs or simply the way we like to adorn our own little world inside four walls. Rarely has a home mirrored the inner soul of the owner so completely as the
We spend pretty much every 4th of July in a little NC mountain community called Balsam. Nestled in-between Waynesville (home to The Swag, a Nashville favorite) and Sylva, on HWY 19/23, the 4th always seems to be straight out of Southern Living Magazine. Actually, as under the radar as Balsam is to Nashville, let me
I first read about these seashells in Real Simple a year and a half ago. They struck a cord with me. Now, I’m on the prowl for the perfect wedding present for my dear cousin, Samantha. She is the only other girl cousin I have on my Mom’s side, so we have always had a
I’ve been looking for a lamp. I’ve looked at all price points and I just couldn’t find what I was envisioning. I wanted something that would work with my combination of antiques, modern art, and comfy furniture. Nothing to distract from my warm colored walls. You’ll never guess where I found this gem: WORLD MARKET.