Little Big Town's Kimberly and Karen Reveal the Strangest Items in Their Junk Drawers


Sep. 9 2014, Published 3:42 p.m. ET

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Country superstars Little Big Town, comprised of Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet, make beautiful music together, but as we're learning through Karen and Kimberly's curated sale on home site Joss & Main (which starts tonight!), their personal style couldn't be more different.

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As you can see in the photos of the ladies in their beloved Nashville homes, Kimberly's style is more traditional Southern while Karen's decor leans toward modern glam.

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One thing the ladies do have in common? Crazy stuff in their kitchen junk drawers.

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"(You'll find) a harmonica," says Kimberly. "I'm not sure why its home is there instead of in our music room. It's a fish out of water, I guess you could say."

Karen also admits to a musical item in hers.

"A pitch pipe," she says of the strangest item in her junk drawer. "The band sings the national anthem a lot and we sing it a cappella. I always have a pitch pipe nearby just in case. Not sure why it's in the kitchen."

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Snag items inspired by Kimberly and Karen's homes when their Joss & Main curated sale goes live Tuesday evening at 9 PM EST.

Which Little Big Town member's style most reflects your own? Tell us in the comments or tweet @OKMagazine.


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