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Southern Living demystifies the decorating process and provides the tools and step-by-step details for creating spaces that are personal, functional and infused with an easy Southern sensibility. The editors of Southern Living magazine, the arbiter of great Southern style for more than 40 years, bring you Southern Living Style, the definitive guide for creating unique, but approachable, interiors infused with a Southern vibe and the patina of a space created over time. From rooms in which we LIVE, WORK, EAT or RETREAT, Southern Living Style takes you on a tour of the most inspired rooms that have graced the pages of the magazine. Rooms are deconstructed to highlight the key components to achieving a particular style. Readers will love features such as "5 Ways With...(wallpaper, mirrors, etc.)" which provides new ideas for common materials or accents; "Reclaim It!" turns grandma's attic finds into updated treasures; and "Solutions" bursts throughout provide the "411" for a myriad design dilemmas. Helpful resources include: the Editors' "Black Book" of favorite designers, retailers and other resources; Room Planning Guides; hanging guidelines for lighting, artwork, photos, etc.; and a glossary of helpful "decorator speak" terms to help demystify the design process.