I don’t think I have to tell anyone this, but the world we’re living in is a pretty crazy place. Because of that, it’s important to have a place to call home; and that place needs to feel like, well, an actual home. These safe havens are nothing to knock on, and should be a place of comfort and relaxation. Luckily, design trends are starting to curve that way in 2020.
Home & Garden
Smith’s Nursery in Saltillo is celebrating its 10th year of being in business. Founded in February of 2010, this nursery focuses on setting its customers up for success: Answering any questions, making sure its customers know the best care for their plants, etc.
J. Britt Lighting and Interiors has been on Tupelo’s business scene for more than 15 years. We sat down and chatted with Connie Vandiver, a lighting specialist trained by the American Lighting Association, to learn the first steps in your home’s lighting – whether it’s an upgrade or starting from scratch with a new build.
When visiting his home, it’s hard to imagine that at one point in his life, Dewitt Harrison didn’t enjoy woodworking. In fact, he came rather close to hating it. His father built houses for years, and as Harrison puts it, he was a bit of a perfectionist; so when he was growing up, he said working on projects with his dad was too torturous of a task to be enjoyable. About 25 years ago, that feeling changed.
Tucked away off of County Road 2086 is “Oxford’s best-kept secret.” A flower farm, vegetable patch, soon-to-be beehive, and retreat sanctuary, The Farmstead on Woodson Ridge has a little bit of everything.
In the late 1970s, George Terry Gill was a pre-dentistry student at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway. He was starting his senior year when he decided to take a pottery class.