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22 05, 2018

Domino Outpost Open Now at Noelle

2018-05-22T04:34:18+00:00

Home design magazine launches retail popup at Keep Shop Domino, the content and commerce company rooted in home décor, has opened a new retail popup in Nashville, taking over Keep Shop at Noelle with a curated mix of products from some of Domino’s favorite designers and a slew of local makers and creatives too. This is Domino’s first retail popup

Domino Outpost Open Now at Noelle2018-05-22T04:34:18+00:00
21 05, 2018

Paper Dolls

2018-05-21T13:43:37+00:00

Wallpaper just the beginning for New Hat’s creative collaborative Portrait by Sanford Myers Spaces by Danielle Kirk and Heidi Ross It all started in the bathroom of a bakery. It was at Dozen Bakery in the Wedgewood-Houston part of town where Kelly Diehl was working as a pastry chef. She pulled in her longtime friend and designer Elizabeth Williams for

Paper Dolls2018-05-21T13:43:37+00:00
15 05, 2018

Inspiring Spaces: Savannah Yarborough

2018-05-15T11:01:28+00:00

Eighth Avenue loft, studio evoke eclectic elegance Photography by Connie Chornuk Birmingham native and luxury leather jacket designer Savannah Yarborough ended up in Nashville by way of London, as a compromise with her former boss, designer Billy Reid. He wanted his head of menswear in Florence, and she wanted to be in New York. “Nashville was the happy medium,”

Inspiring Spaces: Savannah Yarborough2018-05-15T11:01:28+00:00
10 05, 2018

Inspiring Spaces: Keb’ Mo’

2018-06-17T05:47:41+00:00

Mixing family and music at home in Middle Tennessee Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Robbie Brooks Moore was selling cell phones at an AT&T store in LA when Kevin Moore — blues musician Keb’ Mo’ — came in with his broken phone. He was tall and handsome, and they immediately hit it off; the fact that

Inspiring Spaces: Keb’ Mo’2018-06-17T05:47:41+00:00
7 05, 2018

The Golden Age

2018-05-07T17:42:20+00:00

Nashville creatives breathe new life into former Noel Place Hotel at Noelle By Hollie Deese Photography by Sanford Myers Before there was new Nashville, there was the Noel Place Hotel — an Art Deco lodging house in Printers Alley that originally opened in 1930 and has recently been reimagined as Noelle, a 224-room, 13-story boutique hotel. One of downtown

The Golden Age2018-05-07T17:42:20+00:00
7 05, 2018

Inspiring Spaces: Bebe Buell

2018-05-07T11:40:27+00:00

Rock ’n’ roll meets right-at-homePhotography by Reeves SmithThere are some places you walk into and they immediately feel like home. That’s exactly how it is walking into the Green Hills-area residence of Bebe Buell and husband James “Jimmy Walls” Wallerstein. At least it is once you walk past the full suit of knight’s armor.It is that juxtaposition of memories and

Inspiring Spaces: Bebe Buell2018-05-07T11:40:27+00:00
6 05, 2018

Meet the Robinsons

2018-05-06T09:26:34+00:00

Life at home with the Tennessee Titans GM and his family Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Sanford Myers When Jon Robinson met Jaimie Bivens at Nicholls State University in south Louisiana, it was 1999. She was a 19-year old student, and he was a 24-year-old football coach. “I was a bartender at the local family sports bar where all

Meet the Robinsons2018-05-06T09:26:34+00:00
2 05, 2018

Local Artists Abound at Harding Art Show

2018-05-04T12:20:48+00:00

Celebrating its 43rd year, The Harding Art Show will host 70 artists from across the country May 3-5, 2018. And more than half of them are from right here in Middle Tennessee. Nashville artist Troy Duff photographed by Reeves Smith Some of those local creatives include Trevor Mikula, Troy Duff, Ed Nash, Lee Crum, Jim Sherraden, Katie Neal,

Local Artists Abound at Harding Art Show2018-05-04T12:20:48+00:00
28 04, 2018

Builder Spotlight: Botsko Builders

2018-04-28T11:06:58+00:00

By Allie Myszka Photography by Reed Brown Mark Botsko For Mark Botsko, owner of Hendersonville-based Botsko Builders, construction has always been a way of life. Botsko’s father sold and installed Andersen windows all throughout his childhood, and although he doesn’t have any formal education in design or construction, Botsko learned everything he needed to be successful—and more—from being

Builder Spotlight: Botsko Builders2018-04-28T11:06:58+00:00