When asked where I grew up, I always say Connecticut, even though I was almost 12 years old when I moved there. The real story is too long: I was born in Boston, then lived in Tuscon, Arizona, then Washington DC, then Fayetteville, Arkansas from age 8-11 (Connecticut was after Arkansas).
Given that many of my formative years were spent in Arkansas, I was thrilled to be asked to write a guest post for At Home in Arkansas, a sister magazine to Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. At Home in Arkansas is a beautiful magazine and has introduced me to some of my new favorite design talents (including Bear Hill Interiors, the Little Rock, Arkansas based firm whose interiors are incredibly beautiful and represent that clean traditional with a twist look that I love).
Please come over and visit my At Home in Arkansas guest post. The theme is 'Welcome Spring', and I write about one of my favorite elements that is so representative of spring. The picture above is a sneak preview (image via At Home in Arkansas, interiors by Bear-Hill Interiors). I have turned off my comments on this post so you can leave a few words of support on the At Home in Arkansas blog!
Here is the blog address: http://blog.athomearkansas.com/guest-blog/tulip-tribute-from-holly-of-things-that-inspire/