Featured Blogger: Sarah of Home-ology Modern Vintage

Residing in the picturesque countryside of North Georgia, Sarah aims to experience the best of both worlds by infusing her rustic surroundings with a hip urban vibe via a mix of modern and mid-century finds. She has acquired a sizeable collection through years of scouring thrift stores. Being a modern country girl, Sarah’s passions range from enjoying a bottle of wine to kayaking on the lake. One of the things she is most passionate about, however, is blogging. Continue reading

Featured Blogger: Erin of DIY on the Cheap

A resident of the Atlanta suburban community, Erin is a proud Southern transplant hailing from Indiana. Her natural love for writing lead her to complete a degree in Telecommunications and Journalism. Having served as the leader of the DIY Committee for Dwell with Dignity’s first Atlanta home installation, Erin is also the founder of the Atlanta Home & DIY Bloggers group. Erin is more than happy to share her love for writing, home decorating, and DIY on her blog, DIY on the Cheap. Continue reading

Featured Blogger: Heather of Southern State of Mind

An Atlanta girl with an affinity for DIY projects, crafts, travel, and home décor, Heather is the woman behind home and lifestyle blog, Southern State of Mind. From sprucing up her bedroom as a kid to collecting clippings of her favorite room design, she has always loved improving her surroundings. A quick peek at her blog will tell you that Heather has a fondness for all things navy blue, beach-related, and entertaining. Continue reading

Featured Blogger: Sheila of Plum Doodles

Currently residing in South Carolina, Sheila hasn’t given up on her dream of a mountain home on some acreage with a creek and waterfall because she knows that this won’t be their last move. Moving from one house to another has provided her wonderful opportunities for home decorating—and some of the amazing content for her blog.

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Featured Blogger: Heidi of Parties for Pennies

Heidi Rew is a voice-over artist, on-camera host, a part-time radio DJ, and is the mind behind Parties for Pennies. Along with her on-going love story with husband, Mike, she has over 100 parties to her name and finds magic in seeing her plans and ideas come to life. This online tastemaker has an affinity for champagne, cold sweet tea, and watermelon bubblegum, and invites everyone to Party On!

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Featured Blogger: Jenna of Rain on a Tin Roof

A loving mother to an adorable baby girl, Jenna is also a mother figure to a larger “extended family” that includes the children in the basketball team her husband coaches. Family has always been the foundation of Jenna’s growth, and being surrounded by people who love her has helped her develop a caring and giving heart. Her family is her main source of valuable life lessons, with her grandmother being her greatest influence with regard to her flair for southern living and style.

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Featured Blogger: Bethany of Southern Couture

Bethany considers her loving husband and three “furbabies”—her dogs—as the fulfillment of her greatest dream. For her, little things are what make life worth living, and she takes this philosophy to her blog. Every project Bethany undertakes receives the same dedication and passion, no matter how big or how small.

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Featured Blogger: Cassity of Remodelaholic

CassityWith a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design and a passion for fixing up houses (hers or her friends’), Cassity is a happy wife and mother of two. She is also the woman behind the project-packed blog Remodelaholic, where she and her husband, Justin, redesign and remodel houses together.

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Announcing Tree Classics’ 40th Year Holiday Housewalk

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With Tree Classics celebrating its 40th season, we are proud to present our 40th Anniversary Holiday Housewalk. From December 1 to December 4, a selection of talented and creative bloggers will show us their best Christmas décor, using Tree Classics’ artificial Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands as the focal points, with some appearances from our ornament sets.

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