By Hollie Deese When Milestone opened their showroom in the Design District in December 2015, it was their first time expanding out of Clarksville, and Design Center Manager Camille Elvord-Jacky says they knew it was exactly the area of town to set up shop. “When we first got that building, it was because that area was starting to be
By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Trey Rochford started out in the family business sweeping houses when he was just a little kid. He tagged along with his father, John Rochford, who had started out himself as a salesman for Public Steel. The Southeast was his region, and he moved to Nashville — where he went to the
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
By Olivia McClure Photography by Pamela Monaghan When Brian Courtney decided to leave his corporate job at Nissan North America, he wrapped himself in the throes of a new business venture in the world of interior design. The “self-confessed lamp hoarder” opened Nashville Lamp & Shade last December. Realizing the significance of the Design District and the need for
Success has not been an overnight story for Steven Paladino, though it may look like one. His firepit-music system company Music City Fire is having quite a moment — picked up by Costco, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Hayneedle and Wayfair, the systems are also available at Nashville Billiards. The reality is Paladino started his business nearly five years ago after watching
Architects ditch computers and add personal touch with sketches by hand There is something so special and intimate about a drawing, and when it is of a house you are building from the ground up it can become a part of your family’s documented history. Kevin Coffey Franklin-based architect Kevin Coffey began drawing houses when he was 7
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