Looking forward and looking back…. Southern Living Idea Houses

We are sooooo excited about the 2012 Southern Living Idea House which is open to the public now for tours.  Visit Southern Living’s website for more info on tour dates and time.  The house will be featured in the August issue of the Southern Living magazine.  We will let you know when it is released.  Here a few detail shots from around the house.  We can’t wait for you to see the entire house.

These are our pillows that are made from our custom line of fabric.  The pillow on the right is a mitered stripe fabric named fluting color driftwood.  In the photo you can see a peak at the white chesterfield sofa.

Theseare custom shadow boxes we designed to display the collection of antique keys we found while out looking for vintage and antique pieces for the home.

He is just to cute for words.  I think he needs a name…. maybe Ned.

Now for looking back….

In 2009 we designed the Idea House for Southern Living in Cinnamon Shore which is located in Port Aransas, Texas.  We had a great time and loved working with the Southern Living team so we were excited to come back in 2012.  In case you weren’t following us back then here are a few of our favorite shots from the 2009 Southern Living Idea House.

And this photo we have seen crop up all out there in blogland and pinterest.  We STILL love the saffron barn door.  Don’t you?

We cant’ wait to share more from this year’s idea house later this month.  We hope you had a great 4th of July!




7 thoughts on “Looking forward and looking back…. Southern Living Idea Houses

  1. I am bringing a large group to Senoia in September. We live in Del Webb’s Sun City Peachtree, near Griffin. It’s about a 40 minute drive. The “girls” can’t wait! My thinking is in September the weather might be cooler and the crowds might be smaller! Have driven by the house many, many times. Senoia is one of my favorite hidden places to shop and have a great meal.


  2. My Mother and I visited the idea house in Senoia yesterday and it was fabulous!! I can’t wait to get the resource guide and magazine so that we can recreate some of the same looks. Loved that so many of the items used are things that the average person has access to. Would love to know where the front porch wicker chairs came from (the four on the side front porch). GREAT JOB Tracery!!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s