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Southern Coastal Style: It's Not What You Think

Southern Coastal Style: It's Not What You Think
From preppy to Palm Beach, coastal fun with country overtones, southern style is varied - but rich with heritage, color and sass! Continue reading

Choosing the Right Outdoor Fabrics & Furnishings

Choosing the Right Outdoor Fabrics & Furnishings
Sometimes choosing your color palette or design style is easy - but outfitting your outdoor space goes deeper than a pretty face! Get the skinny on the best outdoor fabrics and resources, as well as top designer tips for outdoor living with Bleu Bee Designs' Brittany Zimmerman - right here on the front porch! Cover photo: Frontgate. Continue reading

Sassy & Southern: Magnolia Blue's Official Summer Smoothie

Sassy & Southern: Magnolia Blue's Official Summer Smoothie
Dive into this southern, sassy smoothie to rehydrate and pick up some much needed vitamins and nutrients this summer. Created especially for Magnolia Blue, this is our summer signature smoothie! Just peachy! Continue reading

Southern Summer Styling: Just Add Rattan

Southern Summer Styling: Just Add Rattan
Adding rattan, raffia and water hyacinth accessories brings summer to southern interiors - and easily! These are easy additions to decor for any home for coastal-inspired touches that will get you thinking about balmy breezes, palm fronds and days along the coast. Continue reading

Southerners, Drink More Lemonade!

Southerners, Drink More Lemonade!

If you live in the south, love iced tea, dark leafy greens, white corn grits, and pecans - you'll want to find out how lemons might keep you from a very common disease that is prevalent in the American south.

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The Heart is the Real Home of Hospitality

The Heart is the Real Home of Hospitality
Hospitality given from the heart is not an experience limited by the needs of food, drink and shelter. It is clearly a bold act of kindness, a selfless act of outreach and accommodation that not only serves a purpose, but fills a heart. Continue reading
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