I’ve been awaiting warmer weather to share this book. It must have been the cover that made this feel like a book best shared on a warm, springtime day.
In the BNOTP Library: A House in the South: Old-Fashioned Graciousness for New-Fashioned Times
Author: Frances Schultz
Hardcover: 160 pages
3 Things I Like About This Book:
- A House in the South takes us inside 22 homes located in the southern part of the United States. Some of the homes are grand and elegant, while others are much more modest. I especially like the cottage homes featured in the book. Of the homes featured, five are in Georgia (including one on Tybee Island) two in Florida, two in Tennessee, four in North Carolina, three in South Carolina, four in Louisiana, one in Mississippi and one in Maryland.
- There’s a great mix of designs style featured throughout the book. I’m not a huge fan of modern decor and fortunately, there are only a few (maybe 3-4) homes decorated in that style. The majority of the homes are decorated in a more traditional style including lots of beautiful antiques.
- The homes featured do not feel dated. We’re talking the south so there’s a nice sprinkling of porches throughout the book.
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