Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 2016

Click to read our May 2016 issue of At Home Memphis & Mid South featuring A Mid-Century Masterpiece, Mother’s Day Gift Guide … and so much more!     If the issue does not appear above, please click here.

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Mother’s Day Inspired Brunch

Text by Lesley Harris Colvett Event Design by Angela Mazanti Photography by Sarah Rossi Photography Celebrate Mom this May with a special brunch prepared with love. Vintage china in delicate floral patterns and a delicious spring-inspired menu are sure to delight and pamper her. The Inspiration: The inspiration was the beauty of motherhood. Set the […]

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The Right Place at the Right Time

Text by Lesley Harris Colvett, Photography by Steve Roberts “This house kind of found us,” recall the Memphis husband and wife homeowners. “In 2009, we saw a home in a magazine. It was a renovated mid-century modern in Marin County, California. We both liked the style and decided that if we got the chance, we’d […]

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Splish, Splash, and Relax

Text by Ruthie Hall, photography courtesy of  Gurley’s Azalea Garden There’s nothing quite so relaxing as sitting by a pool, whether it’s with friends and family or with a glass of wine and a good book. The cool water is a welcome respite from the famous Southern hot and humid weather. While pools are a […]

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Disney Cruise!

Text by Barbara May, owner of Travel Leaders Photography courtesy of Travel Leaders There is so much to do on a Disney cruise—something for everyone from infants to seniors! It’s a perfect place for multi-generation families to vacation together: kids can train to be a pirate with Captain Hook while parents lounge the day away […]

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Grilled Nachos

Photography by Justin Fox Burks Food Styling by Jennifer Chandler Excerpted from Simply Grilling by Jennifer Chandler Grilling season officially kicks off on Memorial Day. This year try something a little different to start off your holiday barbecue…grilled nachos! Grilled nachos make a fun outdoor appetizer. A cast-iron fajita pan takes them from the grill […]

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Fresh Paint, Friendly Faces and Fabulous Food

Text by Ruthie Hall The Belmont Grill has long been a popular spot to grab a bite or meet friends in Germantown. Forest Hill Partners, LLC, purchased the restaurant at the corner of Poplar Pike and Forest Hill Irene last October and since then the group has remodeled the building and breathed new life into […]

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The Chancellor’s House in Oxford

Text by Janna Fite Herbison, Photography submitted by The Chancellor’s House The theme for the new Chancellor’s House in Oxford, MS says it all: “Where Southern elegance meets refined service.” Located at the Corner of University and Lamar, just a stone’s throw from the renowned Oxford Square, the Chancellor’s House will bring boutique hotel luxury […]

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Holly Springs Is a Haven of Antebellum Charm and Authentic Southern Living

Text by Tyrisha L. Battle Photos courtesy of Holly Springs Tourism & Recreation Bureau Touted as the “Antebellum Capital of Mississippi,” Holly Springs is a charming town with a rich history. Graced with many preserved antebellum homes, churches, museums, art galleries and much more, the town is a gem located just 30 minutes from Memphis. […]

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At Home With Carolyn Chism Hardy

Text by Megan Murphy, Photography by John Terry, Forest Hill Photography Described as an entrepreneur and a trailblazer, Carolyn Hardy has built herself from the ground up. She is both the first African American female to be the plant manager of the J. M. Smucker Co. and the first female African American to be vice […]

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