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Oct 5th

Fall into Cozy!

Fall into Cozy! 3 Simple Tips for a Warm Autumn Home Doesn’t fall seem to invite us to settle in, take a deep breath, and appreciate the bountiful harvest that life has given us? It’s no wonder everyone has been asking for Fall decorating tips. The days are cooling and we want to help you… Read More

Aug 24th

A Study in Style: Mixing Mid-Century Modern with Rustic

A Study in Style: Mixing Mid-Century Modern with Rustic One of the simplest ways to make your home interesting is to combine two styles: mixing the timeless elements from two different times and places creates a look of depth and sophistication. Sticking to one style…. Read more of our newest blog now!      … Read More

Aug 9th

Summer’s Ending…Fall in Love with Tomatoes

Summer’s Ending….Fall in Love with Tomatoes “Local and Loving It” celebrates August’s vine-ripened goodness A few things happen in mid-August: the locusts are out, schools are back in, and tomatoes are ripening in abundance. At night, while the locusts are singing in the trees, the vines grow red and yellow and orange, surprising the dawn… Read More

Jul 27th

The Bedroom Retreat

The Bedroom Retreat Take Your Bedroom from Blah to Boudoir Bedrooms are intimate spaces: a cozy place to retreat to and rejuvenate away from the world. When designing bedrooms, these are the most important qualities to keep in mind for this room.  So, how do you begin the process of transforming a blah bedroom into… Read More

Jul 22nd

Skipping That Summer Vacation?

Skipping That Summer Vacation? Sure, we are all have different lives, some of us have small ones, some teens, many are retired and there are millions in between in their own journey of life, but what we all have in common is summer and what that entails.  We all love the idea of summer vacations… Read More

Jun 28th

History of the Charles Whitfield House

Charles Whitfield House. Dr. Charles Whitfield was a medical doctor who ran a private practice from his home. In the 1980s, a couple from Columbus bought the home. Not long after living there, they put up a white sheet to give themselves some privacy from the construction that was going on outside at the time.… Read More

Hammel House Hauntings

The Hammel House Inn is regarded as one of the most haunted buildings in Waynesville. Since Waynesville is the most haunted city in Ohio, that makes the Hammel House one the most haunted buildings in all of Ohio. We know of at least four ghosts which reside in the Hammel House. The Hammel House used… Read More

Jun 9th

Rick’s Summer Pick

Summer is here, and a great time to enjoy fresh from the garden fruits, herbs and vegetables. And for us at Cobblestone Cafe it means new and exciting chef made recipes with these organic seasonal delights from Cobblestone Village owner Rick Weber’s garden! When he’s not busy greeting customers in the café, he is tediously… Read More

How to Avoid an Interior Design Disaster

First, find out the truth behind these 4 myths Think of a beautiful place you have been to visit…perhaps on a vacation or even somewhere close to home. How does it make you feel to be in that place? Does it change your mood, relax or inspire you? What type of place was it? A… Read More

Haven’t finished that home decor project?

Don’t feel bad, you are not alone! I have found in my experience over the years that most people want a comfortable yet beautiful home that reflects who they are and what they love but yet are not sure how to accomplish it.  Most homes reflect some aspects of a person’s or families’ personalities and… Read More

Waynesville, Ohio

Waynesville is looking forward to bringing you some of the most unique finds in the country. Visit sixty shops, restaurants and overnight stay facilities on Main Street, High Street, Miami Street and Scioto Square. Don’t forget the businesses on Rt 73 which are a part of our Waynesville Merchant Community.

 

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