Day: March 3, 2020

Leap of Faith – Old house gets new energy with a young family in Greenville

By Sherry Lucas  •  Photography by Rory Doyle The Tudor style is anchored in the early twentieth century as an architectural trend, but the Ayres family’s fresh restoration updates a style-standout and historical gem for their twenty-first century lifestyle. Custom details in rich, dark woods mark the style, but neutral tone-on-tone decor lightens the effect …

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A Beautiful View – One of the Delta’s Storied Homes and Architectural Wonders

By Jen Waller Photography by Austin Britt Deep in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, in a place once known as the “Golden Buckle on the Cotton Belt,” there stands a beautiful structure known as the Cutrer Mansion. The building is considered by many to be quite grand, but her story really begins with two …

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Birds, Blooms and Brunch — Celebrate Easter with a make-ahead menu that can double-duty as brunch or lunch

By Cindy Coopwood and Cordelia CappsPhotography by Melanie Thortis Between hunting for eggs, getting the kids dressed, and going to church—feeding family and friends on Easter can be a challenge. Whether your family gets together for Easter brunch, lunch, or if you end up eating all day on Easter Sunday—this collection of recipes for vibrant …

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