From the Publisher
Nashville is an exciting place to be right now — so much so that people are flocking here in droves like never before. And what’s not to love? With a vibrant creative scene, rich music and design history and even a light rail system on the horizon, Nashville and its surrounding communities are absolutely booming. Even the moon’s shadow couldn’t resist a stopover this year, providing us with a total solar eclipse that was an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experience that won’t return to these parts for hundreds of years.
There is so much to love about where Nashville has been, and there is a lot to get excited about when we think about where Nashville is going. Our cover story about Voce shows that it has the best of both — thoughtful development providing the kinds of places people want to live in right now, respectfully done on the idyllic, tree-filled property that was once lived on by Eddy Arnold.
It’s that kind of stewardship of the area’s rolling hills and green spaces that The Land Trust for Tennessee promotes through its work on conservation easements. By helping people across the state keep their historic family lands intact, the trust helps ensure that we can enjoy green space for years to come.
Now is a time of reinvention for Nashville, and for Nashville Interiors magazine. We will be available at more locations than ever before, and we are adding more consumer-friendly content — informative articles about what’s going on in building, design and architecture trends, and insider profiles on the spaces that make Nashville’s residents thrive. I couldn’t be more excited about this next chapter for me, for the magazine and for the city.