Every day, I run across so many things online that catch my eye. Some make me laugh, some make me cry, some restore my faith in humanity while others leave me scratching my head. Whatever the case, these are all too good to keep to myself. Here are the videos and feel good stories that got my attention this week. Take time out to click thru and watch or read. I know how busy we all are so I wouldn’t steer you wrong. Enjoy and happy weekend!
1. This made the rounds a…Continue
We have a Coterie Crush on Melanie Turner, a chic Atlanta interior designer. She won what many would say is an Oscar for interior designers, a cover of Veranda magazine. Her accolades are many with nods from ASID Design Excellence awards, the…Continue
The last beads have been flung, the parades and balls are over, masks have been taken off and the King cakes have all been consumed. Though Mardi Gras, a carnival held around the world to signify the season of Lent, ended yesterday with “Fat Tuesday”, the last day of the carnival season, you can continue the celebration through the year by incorporating the colors of Mardi Gras in your interiors. …Continue
Sarah Almond is a talented Southern maker with her own letterpress and design studio in Durham doing business since 2010. Her custom designs are often printed on her 1953 Original Heidelberg Windmill- how cool is that?
Sarah has an …Continue
Added by Cheri Leavy on March 4, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
You’re engaged! Soak in these moments and remember them – not many feelings beat this.
You can't stop looking at that rock on your finger and you and your fiancé are giddier than ever. Get ready, because the best is yet to come.
An engagement party is a great way to kick off your journey and…Continue
Added by Shannon Reeves on March 3, 2014 at 1:48pm — No Comments
I'm sitting here after a late-night walk with a friend. Depending on the direction we took through our neighborhood streets, we were either talking in peaceful near-silence or we were speaking against wind and a slight mist falling on our faces. Now, comes the wait for the full cold front, one of the last before spring. It gives me another chance to offer mugs of steaming hot chocolate to shivering children as they return home from…Continue
Added by Terri Duhon on February 26, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments
Here's another Southern expat I'd like to introduce to our Southern Coterie community - the lovely MaryDell Harrington, a native of Ft. Worth and a Texas girl at heart.Continue
I mean I know it's a bit cliche when anyone says "as Southern as biscuits and gravy", but seriously what food is more Southern than biscuits?! These homemade Rosemary & Garlic Biscuits are "easy as pie" to make and are perfect for any Southern breakfast table. They can seriously be put together in no time at…Continue
Added by Holly Phillips @The English Room on February 25, 2014 at 6:08pm — No Comments
Design for the masses at it's best. I introduced you to …Continue
Added by Holly Phillips @The English Room on February 25, 2014 at 6:06pm — No Comments
I have been following the work of Mallory Page for a while and last week after I had completed…Continue
Added by Holly Phillips @The English Room on February 25, 2014 at 5:30pm — No Comments
We met the well-heeled and well-traveled Jade O'Connor at The Southern C Summit in her new hometown of Athens last August. Her chic aesthetic is honed from living around the world (Tennessee, Florida, Virginia, Vienna, Hungary to…Continue
Added by Cheri Leavy on February 24, 2014 at 6:57pm — No Comments
These two savvy entrepreneurs, business partners and best friends have created The SoGood app. It speaks our language for sure because it is based on connecting and social influence. Hillary Crittendon and Laura Martin combined forces in…Continue
When I first heard about the inaugural Southern C Summit in Jekyll Island, GA last year, I was more than excited. It seemed too perfect to get to spend two and a half days surrounded by and learning from creative Southerner's while attending cocktail…
What do you get when you take 20 bloggers and drop them in the middle of a little island overflowing with history, charm and great food? Well, a lot of fun and a few extra pounds to take home!
The first ever “Tybee Island Sleepover” was recently held and a spirited group of bloggers were…Continue
Added by Leslie Anne Harrison on February 18, 2014 at 10:00pm — No Comments
I recently spoke with Georgia native Natalie Broulette and would love for you to meet her, too! Our Southern gone Yankee friend is now living in her adopted home of New York City and is the creator the fabulous blog The SoHo “Slices of Life from the Southern Hostess” …Continue
With all this brutal winter weather, I crave a warm bowl of soup just about every day. But I also crave fast, easy weeknight meals, so I decided to meet my soup halfway with boxed stock and a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. Chicken noodle sacrilege?…Continue
Added by Natalie Broulette on February 18, 2014 at 8:37pm — No Comments