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A leather tufted ottoman and mohair on the sofas "wear like iron" | South Carolina designer Missi Ervin's renovation of a former horse stable

Horse Stable Turned Cottage

Living Room - Horse Stable Turned Cottage - Southern Living-A leather tufted ottoman and mohair on the sofas "wear like iron"

Southern Living Idea House 2013 Living Room

Love the incorporation of antiques with the white sofa Warm, neutral living room (Photo: Tracery Interiors, 2012 Southern Living Idea House)

Even though it's still summertime here in Mississippi, with temperatures in the 90s and the high humidity making it feel even more uncomfo...

Even though it's still summertime here in Mississippi, with temperatures in the and the high humidity making it feel even more uncomfo.

Southern Lagniappe

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Bobby McAlpine-Fabulous!

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The original barn door used as art.  The door is 11 feet tall by 11-1/2 feet wide.  This is the door that Dan and I would slowly open and close (it's extremely heavy) when we would come over to see the house while we were trying to talk ourselves into buying it.

The original barn door used as art. The door is 11 feet tall by feet wide. This is the door that Dan and I would slowly open and close (it's extremely heavy) when we would come over to see the house while we were trying to talk ourselves into buying it.

“It was here, amidst the beautiful Sussex countryside and surrounding woodland where the wonderful stories of Christopher Robin and Winnie-the-Pooh came to life,” the listing says.

At Pooh Corner: A. A. Milne's Country Retreat For Sale

Milne's Real-Life "House at Pooh Corner" Hits the Market - Globe Trotting - Curbed National

I photographed this living room from the November 2006 issue of Cottage Living. (Oh, Cottage Living, why did you go away?) I saved this issue because I love this room. It's neutral but warm and cozy. I love the window treatments.

I photographed this living room from the November 2006 issue of Cottage Living. (Oh, Cottage Living, why did you go away?) I saved this issue because I love this room. It's neutral but warm and cozy. I love the window treatments.

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