It's that time of year again when we dream about the possibility of winning the HGTV Smart Home, which this year is situated in Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina. Planned by local architecture firm Markalunas Architecture Group and constructed by local builder Shoreline Construction, the home is part of a grand prize package valued at over $1.6 million that
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When Trading Spaces premiered on TLC on October 13, 2000, the world of design TV was a fairly new place, and the show’s instant popularity is credited with sparking the nation’s now-obsession with home design programming. The formula of the reboot is the same as the original - two sets of neighbors get two days and $2,000 to transform two
By Hollie Deese Amongst the craziness that Nashville Fashion Week has become since its 2011 beginnings, three local women in fashion make the connection between style and design, sharing with us how inspiration from interiors, eras, fabric and materials translates into their work, and the look of their space. Maria Silver, Black by Maria Silver Nashville Fashion Forward Fund recipient
Next week artist and printmaker Todd Herzberg will begin showing his work at The Haley Gallery, Hatch Show Print’s fine arts gallery that displays restrikes of original posters from the collection, as well as contemporary interpretations of Hatch's classic wood blocks by national and local artists. Herzberg is the co-founder of the Lexington Guild of Printmakers and is currently the
By Kelsey Conner Photography by Morgan NowlandThe vision of a modern farmhouse came to Dawn D. Totty in a dream, and the New York-born, Chattanooga-based designer conjured her new home into being within four months. The farmhouse sits in the Jasper Highlands development, 25 minutes west of Chattanooga. Opening the chartreuse door to Totty's personal residence offers visitors a glimpse into
By Liz Jenkins Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck and DIY Playbook When most people see open shelving in a home, they see one of two things: an opportunity for a beautifully styled display, or a dumping ground just waiting to become a vortex of chaos. As an organizer, I see both of those things on a daily basis. I also look
By Kelsey Conner It's hard to believe the 28th Annual Nashville Antiques and Garden Show is already a month behind us, and we still can't get it out of our mind, from the tulips, azaleas and hydrangeas that tempted with thoughts of warmer weather to the artists throughout the gallery that sparked our imaginations. Here are some of our favorite
The 2018 Nashville Lawn and Garden Show has brought nationally recognized author, PBS correspondent and gardening expert Brie Arthur to town as its featured speaker at this year’s show, March 1-4 at The Fairgrounds Nashville, where Arthur will present “Perennial Combinations in the Foodscape Revolution” on Saturday, March 3, at 1 p.m. and “Foodscape Revolution Simplified” on Sunday, March 4,
Photography by Patrick Sheehan If Nashville is “It City,” than East Nashville is at the epicenter of all that buzz. But with houses at a premium, people are turning to apartments to get them into the desirable neighborhood. Residents started moving into Eastside Heights at 120 S. 5th St. in September 2017, recognizable for the massive "EAST" mural that covers