At Nashville Interiors, we believe that the spaces where we live elevate our interior life. We thrive when we live with texture, fine art, mindful architecture and arrangement, natural light and meaningful artifacts. These elements not only reflect who we are, but they also help us become inspired, relaxed and mindful human beings.
As you turn the pages of our magazine or visit our website, we want to help you think differently about the investment in your fine home; we want you to see the choices you make about your interiors as an investment in your well-being.
Under new ownership in 2016, we have expanded our vision to introduce products and services that connect closely with Nashville’s distinct sense of place.
Nashville Interiors lands on newsstands in more than 50 cities including:
Atlanta, Birmingham, Huntsville, Asheville, High Point, Knoxville, Franklin, Tullahoma, Nashville, and Chattanooga.
Meet the Team
Editor in Chief
Nashville Interiors’ new owner has focused investments on repurposing historic properties with a strong attention to green building and design. In her career, Kathryn has managed billion-dollar environmental civil projects, and has more than 15 years of experience in residential and commercial real estate development. A new urbanist and musician, Kathryn is a lifelong Tennessean active with our state’s scenic trails and recreational scene.
Laurie Perry Vaughen
Managing Editor and Writer
Laurie’s content will focus on how our interior lives are elevated through good design, fine art, and mindful furnishings and finishes. She is an award-winning editor with more than 15 years of experience in developing civic and Fortune 500 magazines. A native of Tennessee, she recently completed a MA in creative writing at UTC and is completing an MFA in poetry at Sewanee School of Letters.
Pam has worked with Nashville Interiors for more than ten years and knows the Middle Tennessee cultural landscape well. She has enjoyed building relationships with professionals who focus on design and quality of life in the prosperous region. She’s an active volunteer in her town of Lebanon, serving with Habitat for Humanity on the Wilson County Women’s Build Team and other projects. Pam’s career includes modeling, and she notes her most delightful claim to fame was being cast in the 2010 drama Country Strong, filmed at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, Belle Meade Mansion, and Union Station, and starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw.
Online / Web
Born and raised in Tennessee, but traveled all over the globe, Benjamin has always loved architecture, interiors and modern spaces. Benjamin will bring a wealth of online expertise, marketing strategy, and a cohesive, beautiful brand experience to the existing Nashville Interiors magazine.
Terri has an avid interest in horses with showing American saddlebred’s while growing up and having pleasure and trail horses now. She has a love and God given talent for design and interior decorating. Terri is the small business owner of Timely Treasures. She has worked in sales and management through the years to have a proven successful business client relationships.