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The Porch - Charming Tennessee Mountain Cottage - Southernliving. Old green wicker porch furniture "just kind of goes," says the home's designer Rachel Halverson. The house and the church next door were both built around 1890.
Atlanta-based couple Terry and and Robert Banta acted fast when they spotted a charming Carpenter-Gothic-style cottage for sale in Monteagle, Tennessee. No matter how much time passed, the mountains kept tugging them back.This delightful cottage gives Southern Gothic a new meaning, updating the classic Carpenter-Gothic-style space for contemporary living without altering any of its wonderful charm. Built around 1890, this beautiful Tennessee mountain cottage is a study in simplicity, mixing…
The porch ...from Old French porche, is a construction external to the walls of the main building proper, but may be enclosed by latticework, broad windows, screen, or other light frame walls extending from the main structure. There are various styles of porches, all of which depend on the architectural tradition of its location. All porches will allow for sufficient space for a person to comfortably pause before entering or after exiting the building...That's the architectural description…
FARMHOUSE TOUR ~ Southern Living 800 sq ft Farmhouse - Sweet Southern Blue
I fell in love with this Southern gem the moment I saw it. It was created by Atlanta architect, Brandon Ingram, for a family in Florida. You may be surprised to find out that this home is only 800 sq feet. FRONT PORCH In keeping with Southern traditions, the front porch ceiling was painted blue. LIVING
A Southern, Lowcountry Dream Home on Amelia Island | By Georgia Grace
It’s no secret on this blog that I’m a southerner who happens to be a northern transplant, but what might be a secret (or at least a lesser known fact) is that my hometown is the beautiful town of Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island. Growing up there, it was very much a small southern town...Read the Post
It’s no secret that we Southerners live for our porches. Is there any memory sweeter than those of childhood suppers on screened porches, or swinging the night away on the perfectly-designed porch. Face it: we pay for our mild winters with our sultry summers, and while modern air-conditioning may have made those deep porches of the past unnecessary, our Southern spirit just can’t imagine our homes without our porches, whether they’re wraparound, screened in, or a whole new porch design idea…