November Issue

If you can get your hands on Southern Living’s November issue, DO!  It’s superb… featuring two houses with decorating styles that are truly unique and inspiring.  I can’t decide which one I like better.  Can you?

House #1:

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House #2:

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Click here and here for more peeks from southernliving.com.

23 comments:

  1. Had fun visiting today...love the photos....what are the peachy objects hanging from the ceiling of the little girls room? Jennifer

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  2. Wowzer! I love each picture! I especially love that.. entry way?? The teal coatrack perfect for little people! So cute! And that bulldog- so adorable! :)

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  3. Ooh, if only I could mix house #1 and #2 together. Love them both. ;)
    Hugs~
    T

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  4. Wow! I love them both but could probably do without the rhino head;>} Diana

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  5. ~**~Love those homes!! Thanks for the info~*Hugs,Rachel~*~*

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  6. Oh! Now I can't wait to read that magazine. It's been sitting on my coffee table patiently waiting. I was trying to save it for a Thanksgiving road trip. Now I don't know if that will happen!

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  7. Did you see the curtains in #1? they look easy enough to replicate. they contain canvas and burlap...I guess we are going to see those around eh?

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  8. I am loving Home 1 the most but Home 2 has a nice kitchen!

    Thanks so much for the heads up!

    XO,
    Jane

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  9. I love my issue!!!

    Both are beautiful..couldn't possibly pick!

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  10. i'm with you, both are fab!

    hugs,

    shelley

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  11. I think the two little girls are the perfect accents to a beautiful design.
    Debbie

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  12. House number 2 wins hands down, for me! I think I'll have to run right out and snag a copy of the magazine, though- you know, for research...

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  13. Thanks for letting us know - So. Living isn't a magazine I usually check out for decorating ideas. I think I've been missing out!

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  14. I saw this issue and glanced through it. I don't normally buy Southern Living, but looking at your pics makes me think I need to get my hands on this issue. LOVE the little girls' room at the end of your post. As I recall, one of the little girls in that story was named "Tulip". (:

    Love your blog! Thanks for the heads-up on Southern Living!

    Amy

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  15. I prefer your house to either of them!

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  16. Great inspiration! I really love your blog.

    Hugs,
    Rozmeen

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  17. I love all of them Rie!
    Thank you for sharing!
    I hope you and your family are having a great weekend!
    Take Care,
    Maria

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  18. well i am going to buy that magazine! wow.
    beautiful.

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  19. I just put up poor man's linen curtains in my living room and then stumbled upon your blog. I love it, and I placed an order with Hand and Cloth after reading about them on your blog. THen I forwaded it to my mother and she was put on their waiting list. Thank you for opening my eyes to such a wonderful company!

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  20. I'd say definately #2 but the rhino gives me pause. Maybe, maybe not. I do love #1's plate holder. So much to look at in both of the homes.

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  21. They're both amazing...I think #2 if I HAD to choose!! They both have great style, but those fabulous animal print rugs put me over the edge...

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  22. How funny that you mention this. When I was first thumbing through my issue, I saw these house and had to double check and see if the one house was yours! I think it was the curtains and all the white in House #1.

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