How To Scope Out Vintage Treasures In A New Place

The Distillery is an Austin, Texas-based collection of unique, hand-picked specialty goods. Owned and curated by brother-and-sister-duo Clif Claycomb and Catelyn Silapachai, products for this vintage shop draw inspiration from all around the world – some are vintage finds, some are handmade, and some are discovered at local flea markets. Lucky for us, Catelyn’s sharing her secrets on how to scour new places for […]

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Celebrate Your Wedding Anniversary in Williamsburg, Virginia

Sponsored Advertising Content: Southern Living has partnered with Virginia.org to form a guest blogger network. Today’s post is provided by guest blogger Chelsea LaVere of Tidewater and Tulle. Check back every Monday and Thursday for new ways to explore the state of Virginia.   On December 27, 2009, my husband and I were married at Williamsburg Lodge. Before we finally moved to Williamsburg, every […]

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DIY Lattice Flower Wall

Here at Southern Living, we love a good DIY. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the Craft Box Girls – led by craft guru Lynn Lilly – are creating fun, easy-to-make projects to spice up your entertaining, wedding planning, or holiday gifting. Check back every other Thursday for some DIY inspiration. Summer is here and if you have been following my recent projects, you know […]

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Our Favorite Father’s Day Quotes

Father’s Day is right around the corner. Ensue the familiar panic: “What can I possibly give to the man who gave me life?” Sometimes, the best gift we can give our Dads is a sincere showing that we truly appreciate his wisdom and patience. So, we’ve rounded up our favorite fatherly quotes to remind us of the many joys, sacrifices, and jokes […]

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Win the Plants at the 2016 Southern Living Idea House!

We’re only a little over a week away from the grand opening of this year’s Southern Living Idea House! To celebrate, our friends at the Southern Living Plant Collection are giving you the chance to make this year’s landscaping look your own. To enter, download your favorite Southern Living Idea House garden plan then enter your information in this form. One lucky winner […]

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The Secret to Skin TLC is in MIMI’s June Bag

Summa, summa, summatime…is here! And the best way to kick off the warmer weather, in our opinion, is to treat your skin to some serious TLC. That means, obviously, keeping it healthy, happy, hydrated, and looking good. With that being said, the theme for our June beauty bag — a curated selection of outstanding products all packaged in an amazing cosmetics case for […]

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R&R in Style at The King & Prince Resort

Photo: kingandprince.com   For a luxurious stay on St. Simon’s Island, look no further than The King & Prince Resort. Located on a long stretch of beach on a beloved Georgia island, it’s a breeze to find rest and relaxation from the moment you check in. With Southern Living’s seal of approval as a member of the Hotel Collection, there’re […]

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Not Tonight, Deer! Garden Plants Bambi Won’t Eat

Delicious, walking venison (also known as deer) plague legions of American gardens. Grumpy’s previous post revealed those garden plants that sit atop their menu. Today, the ever-benevolent Grump lists dozens of plants deer do not like. Plant them and send herds of frustrated, ravenous walking venison over to savage your neighbor’s garden.

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Southern Living Exclusive: Luke Bell Premiers New Self-Titled Album

From Robert Ellis to Margo Price, many of Nashville’s current voices are channeling and reinterpreting a collective fascination with those of the past — Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams, George Jones. But, Luke Bell has grabbed ahold of the throwback country dial and turned it all the way to 11 with his big, well-deep baritone and traditional arrangements that sound like they’ve been out all night […]

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A Reluctant Defense of Brisket

Down in Texas, I am sure, legions of barbecue fans are circling the pickup trucks and heating the branding irons, for the folks over at Eater are stirring up trouble. Chris Fuhrmeister, the editor of Eater Atlanta, has laid down the gauntlet and declared that barbecue is one thing and one thing only: “pork that’s slow-cooked with smoke.” Such manifestos are […]

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