30 11, 2022

Light the Way: Creating Visibly Different Spaces

2022-12-01T13:58:38-07:00

Aimee Kinssies worked to pull all kinds of influences together to create the perfect mix in this recent new build. Seeing is believing Lighting takes center stage as essential, unifying element in home design Story by Joe Morris. Photography by Allison Elefante A lot must come together to create the perfect living space. Whether it’s a renovation or

Light the Way: Creating Visibly Different Spaces2022-12-01T13:58:38-07:00
12 07, 2022

A Solid Foundation

2022-08-15T13:42:27-07:00

A school lesson turns into a life’s work By Hollie Deese Photography by Pam Mognahan It had been 13 years since Jenna had last seen Johnathan Rummel at Lee University, where they both attended, but when he sat down next to her at a dear friend’s funeral in 2005, life was about to totally change for the single mom.

A Solid Foundation2022-08-15T13:42:27-07:00
3 05, 2021

A Bucolic Brentwood Escape

2021-05-03T05:24:31-07:00

A 1960s ranch gets a total renovation in the suburbs By Hollie Deese Photography by Emily Followill Designer Mark Williams never intended to stay in Atlanta, much less put down roots in Nashville. Raised in Boston, he always assumed he would return after college. But after studying at Georgia Tech he leaned on the connections he had made in

A Bucolic Brentwood Escape2021-05-03T05:24:31-07:00
20 12, 2020

A Very Glamorous Christmas

2020-12-20T06:37:54-07:00

Michelle Kraker, half of the style duo team of Interior Edit Nashville, has strong memories of her childhood Christmases and traditions that she remains faithful to today. Her mom would go all out for the holiday, cramming all the ornaments Kraker and her three siblings had made over the years onto the tree ringed with ’90s-era multicolored lights and

A Very Glamorous Christmas2020-12-20T06:37:54-07:00
5 10, 2020

Sophisticated Scary

2020-10-05T04:07:21-07:00

Autumn has arrived and the nightmare before Christmas is upon us. Halloween is probably (and most likely) the most fun and exciting holiday all year, with costumes, spooks, candy and haunted houses. But a lot of thought and planning goes into providing the perfect spooky, yet refined, setting. But that doesn’t mean decorating for this season has to be a

Sophisticated Scary2020-10-05T04:07:21-07:00
18 08, 2020

Paint Transforms Living Spaces to Learning Spaces

2020-08-18T05:06:04-07:00

Home decor changes in the light of Covid With the 2020 school year starting for many at home, transforming living spaces into learning spaces is top of mind for most Middle Tennessee families. One way to make a big impact right away is with a fresh coat of paint, like the gentle ECOS Paints, an eco-friendly option that is

Paint Transforms Living Spaces to Learning Spaces2020-08-18T05:06:04-07:00
1 07, 2020

A Splendid Night

2020-07-03T05:25:09-07:00

Family luxury bedding brand Bella Notte grows from garage business By Hollie Deese Taylor Batlin was used to her fashion designer mom Kathleen McCoy experimenting with rolls of fabrics, silks and linens and really anything luxe, in her career with Jessica McClintock back in the ’90s. McCoy began her own jacket line, but when she began taking those same

A Splendid Night2020-07-03T05:25:09-07:00
4 05, 2020

Designer Spotlight: Jessica Davis of JL Design

2020-05-04T09:58:14-07:00

By Hollie Deese When Jessica Davis was a little girl, the most she knew about interiors design in a pre-HGTV world was what she saw on “Designing Women,” the 1980s-era sitcom centered around an Atlanta design firm. Even with a lack of real-life Sugarbakers aside, Davis still grew up hugely influence by woman in the arts. Her great-grandmother was

Designer Spotlight: Jessica Davis of JL Design2020-05-04T09:58:14-07:00
18 02, 2020

Nashville Design District: The Fabric House

2020-02-18T07:43:42-07:00

By Oliva McClure Photography by Pamela Monaghan For more than 50 years, the Fabric House has been a fixture in Nashville’s Design District, serving up some of the city’s greatest collections of fine fabrics for a wide variety of design needs. Originally opened in 1967 by Tavy Doty, native Nashvillian Lynda Mosley and her husband, Tim, became the store’s

Nashville Design District: The Fabric House2020-02-18T07:43:42-07:00
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