The Federalist mirror above the bed gives this room character and interest. ~from Domainehome
It has been said that the South is more real than other parts of the country. It’s because the South has lived through more.
We’ve dined on our region’s delicacies like grits, dumplings, and gravy, but we’ve also eaten our fair share of crow. We are continuing to evolve and change from our dark, lean Post-Antebellum years, and we’ve still got a long way to go… but there is something wonderful about the pluralism of a past. The merging of the high and the low gives us, and our homes, character. Continue reading →
Designed by Katie Dickerson, this room uses fabric designed by Dorothy Draper and follows the rules of scale and balance. ~photo by Michael J. Lee
My mother never stops teaching. While this has caused more than a few fights during my teenage years (and in my twenties… and last week), I am forever grateful that her chosen career in education never stopped when the bell rang at the end of the day. Continue reading →