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A Look Inside: Cabin Fever

Take a closer look at John and Carolyn Malone's restored antebellum dwellings near Madison, Georgia

February/March 2012

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Now connected by a breezeway, the main house (right) and kitchen (left)originated as two separated cabins.

photo: Emily Followill

John walking among the shade trees he raises for commercial landscaping.

photo: Emily Followill

The secluded one-room guesthouse behind the main property.

photo: Emily Followill

An unintentional living wall outside of the kitchen.

photo: Emily Followill

Fig vines growing wild in the kitchen.

photo: Emily Followill

Open-shelving showcases a collection of ceramic pottery.

photo: Emily Followill

The main house’s back porch.

photo: Emily Followill

An oxidized lantern doubles as a rustic sconce.

photo: Emily Followill

A fabric-draped table topped with a few natural accents creates a serene work space in the master bedroom.

photo: Emily Followill

A fish painting by artist Katherine Bell McClure.

photo: Emily Followill

Gear for exploring.

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A light-filled guest room.

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

photo: Emily Followill

At home outside Madison, Georgia, John and Carolyn Malone relax in their most recent acquisition, a Tennessee dogtrot built in 1840s

photo: Emily Followill

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