20 08, 2019

Designer Spotlight: Margi Hargrove of Margi’s Chair and Chair Alike

2019-08-20T05:42:10-07:00

By Olivia McClure When it comes to interior design, Margi Hargrove doesn’t like to follow the crowd. At her Green Hills store, Margi’s Chair and Chair Alike, Margi offers a variety of rugs, chairs, sofas and chandeliers, all of which are chosen to help customers “create a beautiful, unique, personal space.” “We strive to offer the unexpected,” Margi says.

Designer Spotlight: Margi Hargrove of Margi’s Chair and Chair Alike2019-08-20T05:42:10-07:00
4 06, 2019

EClan Designs aims to connect art with designers

2019-06-04T05:13:45-07:00

Sometimes it takes an introduction, and that is what Lisa Oppenheimer hopes to do as EClan Design’s new sales and marketing director, connecting the art of folding screens and room dividers with interior designers, artisans and curated stores throughout the Southeast. "As a long-time art enthusiast, it is exciting seeing how art and the perfectly curated piece can make a

EClan Designs aims to connect art with designers2019-06-04T05:13:45-07:00
3 05, 2019

Shopping Spotlight: Chic Artique

2019-05-03T03:59:17-07:00

Family business thrives with rustic aesthetic, custom pieces By Hollie Deese While some people could never comprehend the thought of working with family, for others it is nothing but a dream come true. Like when Jenna Rummel’s son Xander came to her when he was 16 with the idea to create a custom headboard with lights. It was just

Shopping Spotlight: Chic Artique2019-05-03T03:59:17-07:00
6 03, 2019

Supporting the Arts

2019-03-06T06:14:18-07:00

Rowanne McKnight helps nurture local artists with the Nashville Artist Collective By Kathleen Boyle Photography by Kiki Morton Rowanne McKnight understood it was a risk to begin and lead the Nashville Artist Collective. Not that her hometown wasn’t ready for it; on the contrary, an organization like the collective seemed overdue in Music City. The risk involved, rather, was

Supporting the Arts2019-03-06T06:14:18-07:00
20 02, 2019

Designer Spotlight: Ashley Middlebrooks of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

2019-02-20T11:29:50-07:00

By Hollie Deese When Ashley Middlebrooks moved to Nashville four years ago, it was a coming home for the native who had lived in Knoxville for 16 years after graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in psychology before moving to High Point, North Carolina, with her husband for his job. And it was there, at the mecca

Designer Spotlight: Ashley Middlebrooks of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams2019-02-20T11:29:50-07:00
2 02, 2019

Get to Know Cococo

2019-02-02T06:09:45-07:00

By Hollie Deese Steve and Danielle Sechrest make aspirational furniture. Beautiful, custom pieces in classic styles in materials that scream luxury. They know what they provide is not inexpensive, and in many cases people have been dreaming about a piece for years before finally pulling the trigger. “We respect that,” Steve says. “That's important.” Most likely because the couple built

Get to Know Cococo2019-02-02T06:09:45-07:00
22 01, 2019

Screen Time

2019-01-22T03:47:02-07:00

Foldable, functional art is a beautiful solution for open spaces Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Julia Steele When you think of folding screens, you might envision a plain, three- or four-panel divider stuck in a corner to offer some modicum of privacy for changing clothes. And while those surely exist, folding screens have a rich history of being

Screen Time2019-01-22T03:47:02-07:00
23 12, 2018

Christmas trees a special tradition

2018-12-23T03:54:53-07:00

By Zoe Hendrick The weather gets colder, the leaves change colors and tree lots pop up everywhere. Suddenly, you know it’s Christmas time. Family traditions really come alive in the brisk winter air, and whether yours is going to grandma’s house or baking cookies with your dad, everyone has a Christmas tree tradition. Some families pack up and pick

Christmas trees a special tradition2018-12-23T03:54:53-07:00
16 12, 2018

Nurturing New Talent

2018-12-16T15:38:45-07:00

Design Within Reach’s Gulch studio filled with thoughtful designs Photography by Mark Seelen, Peter Hapak and Jim Bastardo Furniture retailer Design Within Reach has one goal — to make modern design accessible to everyone. And they don’t mean reproductions, but authentic pieces like the storied Eames chair from Herman Miller. In 1999, when DWR was founded, such things just

Nurturing New Talent2018-12-16T15:38:45-07:00