19 07, 2019

Business Spotlight: Nashville Billiard & Patio

2019-07-19T05:37:20-07:00

Everything fun there is for the family, since 1953 By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Before Ray Gilchrist moved to Nashville from New Orleans in 1953 to work at a glass plate company, he had spent some time in the 1940s working at the Saunier-Wilhelm pool table plant in Alabama. So when he wasn’t at his day job,

Business Spotlight: Nashville Billiard & Patio2019-07-19T05:37:20-07:00
1 05, 2019

Set The Stage

2019-05-01T05:12:49-07:00

Outdoor lighting provides impact you never knew you needed By Hollie Deese You may be taken by the look of a house that’s lit up at night, and yet be unable to put your finger on exactly what you love about it. But when lighting is done well, it controls where the eye is drawn, accentuating the architecture and

Set The Stage2019-05-01T05:12:49-07:00
23 04, 2019

Making Space

2019-04-23T07:15:31-07:00

Baker family finds its place in a Brentwood renovation Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Anthony Masterson Photography Rob Baker was born and raised in Nashville. His wife, Jenny, was born in Chattanooga but moved here young enough for them to attend high school together. After they got married they moved into a little ranch house in Green Hills,

Making Space2019-04-23T07:15:31-07:00
15 04, 2019

Artist Spotlight: Adam Cremona of Cremona Custom Built

2019-04-15T03:26:39-07:00

Furniture maker creates live-edge pieces for commercial spaces By Hollie Deese Connecticut native Adam Cremona never intended to make furniture, or to live in Nashville. After high school he put college on hold to travel the world, snowboard and make music. “I lived in Thailand for a little bit and just wanted to experience things other than education —

Artist Spotlight: Adam Cremona of Cremona Custom Built2019-04-15T03:26:39-07:00
10 04, 2019

Beautiful Friendship

2019-04-10T06:34:38-07:00

O’More grads open Modern Remains design studio in The Nations By Hollie Deese Photography by Quinn Ballard and Allison Elefante When Evan Millard, Lauren Moore and Betsy Trabue met in their Intro to Interior Design class at O’More, the three bonded during late nights in the studio working on class projects, like reconfiguring Dave’s Barber Shop at the Factory

Beautiful Friendship2019-04-10T06:34:38-07:00
8 04, 2019

Designer Spotlight: Shaun D. of SDI Interiors

2019-04-08T04:41:19-07:00

By Hollie Deese Photo by Shawn Cordon Chattanooga native Shaun Dougherty, Shaun D. of SDI, used to run off the school bus and head straight to the living room to rearrange furniture every day, some not-so-subtle foreshadowing of what her design-minded future would be. “My room changed every month,” she says. These days her personal style is more comfortable and

Designer Spotlight: Shaun D. of SDI Interiors2019-04-08T04:41:19-07:00
8 04, 2019

Livable Lakefront Luxury

2019-04-08T04:42:18-07:00

A life worth living — and leaving on the fly — on Old Hickory Lake in Gallatin By Hollie Deese Photography by William DeShazer and Shawn Cordon Lakefront property is a hot commodity in Middle Tennessee. So is luxurious condo living. At Revery Point condos, in the Foxland Harbor golf community in Gallatin, homeowners can have both. “We wanted

Livable Lakefront Luxury2019-04-08T04:42:18-07:00
5 04, 2019

Uncommon Beauty

2019-04-05T07:01:45-07:00

Liberty Common enters Nashville’s design-forward dining scene By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Terrell Raley knows his way around designing a restaurant or two — not by trade, but by practice. His latest offering, Liberty Common from his Amaranth Hospitality Group, is an effortlessly stylish, modern Southern brasserie that honors Old World café tradition. “We really wanted to

Uncommon Beauty2019-04-05T07:01:45-07:00
3 04, 2019

Traditional Made Over

2019-04-03T08:16:38-07:00

Homeowners make updates to stay in longtime family home By Hollie Deese Photography by Leslee Mitchell When Bard and Nancy Quillman hired designer Kimberly Kelly of K7 Interior Design to help them decide whether to age in place or sell their longtime residence to buy something more manageable, Kelly knew there were many things to consider — practicality, emotions,

Traditional Made Over2019-04-03T08:16:38-07:00