Sunday, November 7, 2010

Chapel Hill, NC

The Carolina Inn is a beautiful and well-known icon on the UNC campus in downtown Chapel Hill that architecturally represents both the colonial and antebellum South. The 1924 design incorporates late 18th century elements from George Washington's Mount Vernon.
Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of the prestigious National Trust's Historic Hotels of America, The Carolina Inn offers an atmosphere of elegance and the spirit of tradition. Furnished with antiques, North Carolina made furniture, interesting artwork and historical images, this hotel on the UNC campus has offered guests the finest lodging, fine dining, and excellent hospitality for more than eight decades.

I can't wait to make my own bow out of towles in my bathroom at home! It's made out of two wash clothes, one is folded four times into a skinny rectangular band and the other is folded like an acordion shape. Wrap the band around the acordion, and tuck behind tuck towles already hanging. Super Cute!

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