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8 Signs You’re on a Southern Porch
Mar 26/17

8 Signs You’re on a Southern Porch Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Like most other things intrinsically Southern, you know a porch when you see one. Or have one. Or are on one. For those who aren’t quite sure, or who think they do but don’t really, here are some signs to let you know if you are, in fact, on the real thing.

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Things You'll Find In Any Southern Home
Jan 27/17

Things You'll Find In Any Southern Home Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 9 Comments

While there are just as many different kinds of homes in the South as there are Southerners, there are some things that are common to all of us. Here are a few of things that you are certain to find in almost all Southern homes.   Floors:  Authentic large oversized cowhide rugs are a great floor covering that provides a...

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How To Add a Rustic Touch to Your Southern Home
Jan 27/17

How To Add a Rustic Touch to Your Southern Home Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

  Looking to add a sense of history to your Southern home? Try some of these rustic touches to add charm and hint at bygone days. Cowhide RugCharming and elegant, a cowhide rug can be soft under your feet as a carpet, warm as a couch throw, or beautiful as a wall hanging. Weathered WickerPerfect for your screened-in porch, weathered...

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Perfectly Southern Labor Day Playlist
Jan 27/17

Perfectly Southern Labor Day Playlist Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

  Despite its name, Labor Day is about anything but work. Celebrate the unofficial end of summer (and a paid day out of the office) with a good ol-fashioned country barbecue. As you fire up the smoker, turn up the jams. Impress your guests with a Labor Day playlist of tunes tailor-made for the event. We’ve got something for everyone on our...

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Essentials To The Southern Home
Jan 27/17

Essentials To The Southern Home Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

  Southern homes are known for grand architecture, inviting porches, quirky antiques and a decorating style all the owners’ own. Pack away the hunting trophies and camouflage, retire the kitschy rooster art, and haul the sofa off the porch…Here are a few tips from Pamela Berger with Sweet Peach Blog on ways to turn your home into a chic, sleek...

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The Old Farmers Almanac Weather Predictions
Jan 26/17

The Old Farmers Almanac Weather Predictions Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

The Old Farmers Almanac has been used for generations for many things, including weather, astronomy, gardening, and much more. But have you ever wondered how, exactly they are able to predict the weather year after year at an 80% accuracy rate? SEE NOW: SCARVES AND GLOVES   According to the Old Farmers Almanac website,  “We derive our weather forecasts from...

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10 Fixes for Bare Wall Blues
Jan 26/17

10 Fixes for Bare Wall Blues Posted by: Hedi Hemenway | 0 Comments

Ever look over at your wall and get sad that it’s bare? Or maybe you’ve had the same ole picture or art hanging there for years. We’ve got the perfect items to beat the bare wall blues. 1. Shadow Box Shadow boxes, based on naval history, were created to keep a sailor from having their shadow touch land before their...

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Cows: You Can’t Tip This
Jan 26/17

Cows: You Can’t Tip This Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

  Wait a minute. Wait. Hold everything. So you’re saying cow tipping is fake? Like, it’s a myth? Like it’s — excuse the pun — bullcrap? Aw, man. An article on Modern Farmer proves it’s not so simple to tip a cow, complete with a diagram. Their most convincing argument: If it were possible, we’d have videos of it on YouTube....

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