Monthly Archives: April 2015

April 2015

Click to read our April 2015 issue of At Home Memphis & Mid South featuring A Fresh and De-Light-Full Collierville Home, Spring Fashion at Hunt Phelan, Flowery Spring Fragrances, Kid’s Room Desgn and Decor, Spring Brunch Entertaining, Fruity Springtime Recipes, At Home with Rebecca Dinstuhl, TN Safari Park, Franklin TN, Phoenix AZ, Caron Gallery, Doubble Decker Arts […]

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Fresh and De-Light-Ful Design With Designer Patty Michaelis

Sub-head: Designer Patty Michaelis plays favorites when decorating her own Collierville home. Text by  Jordana White       As designer Patty Michaelis tells it, “I am obsessed with lamps,” so when she moved into her 3,250-square-foot, four-bedroom home back in 2003, lighting was a key focus in the design plan she began to develop. […]

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Brunch in Style – Event Designer Angela Mazanti

  Get inspired by event designer Angela Mazanti and host your own sophisticated and unforgettable spring brunch. Text by: MacKenzie Alexander Stylist: Angela Mazanti Photographer: Michael Allen The Inspiration: “The inspiration for this brunch was definitely spring. Everyone, including me, couldn’t be more ready for some sunshine, warm breezes and Mother Nature’s eye candy popping […]

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Spring Fashion – Flirty & Fun

Location: Hunt Phelan | Model: Katie Kalsi | Photography by Michael Allen | Makeup by Matt Gossett | Hair by Amy Wood of Studio LaRue     Pleat Top Dress by Ark & Co., Jean Jacket by Cello, Multicolored Necklace by Sil Moon CK (LipChic Boutique in Corinth, MS) Custom Handbag by Katie Kalsi (www.katiekalsi.com) […]

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Phoenix for Families

  TEXT By Tracy Louthain Nestled in heart of the Sonoran Desert lies a beautiful place punctuated by majestic saguaro cacti, mesquite trees and red-rock buttes, and surrounded by jagged mountain ranges. The city of Phoenix is at the heart of the Greater Phoenix area, which encompasses more than 20 cities and 2,000 square miles. […]

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Room to Grow – Decorating Kid’s Rooms

Text by Katie Breyer Photography by:  Julie Wage Ross     Everyone who’s ever had children knows, when the kids are happy, the parents are happy. Raising children is typically an arduous mix of giving them what they want, adversely saying “no” to certain things they want, and teaching them independence. The same can be […]

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Fruity Springtime Delights – Fruity Feta Salad

TEXT by April McKinney It’s interesting to me that as hard as we try to make beautiful creations out of food, nothing can really compare to the natural beauty and vibrant colors of simple fruits and vegetables. To that point, this month I’m sharing two fruity dishes, one sweet and one savory.  The fruit dip […]

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Monkeys and Llamas and Deer, Oh My! – Tennessee Safari Park

Text By: Morgan Pruitt Photography by:  Courtesy of the Tennessee Safari Park Animal lovers from across the Mid South are flocking to tiny Alamo, TN, to visit the Tennessee Safari Park. One-of-a-kind activities and programs offer a unique experience to park guests. Visitors get the change to view and interact with hundreds of animals, including […]

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Franklin Tennessee, a Town Reminiscent of Mayberry- History and beautiful architecture

Text by Frances J Folson The quiet town of Franklin, Tennessee, 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Nashville, teems with history and beautiful architecture. This is Mayberry come to life; you can imagine Sheriff Andy Taylor ambling down Main Street. The National Trust for Historic Preservation has awarded its Great American Main Street […]

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Celebrating 20 Years of the Double Decker Arts Festival

  Text by Morgan Pruitt When people think of Oxford, Mississippi, their thoughts usually turn to Ole Miss, Saturdays in the Grove, museums and historic monuments, and unique boutiques and delicious local eateries. However, Oxford is also home to the annual Double Decker Arts Festival, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary April 24-25. The award-winning […]

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