25 03, 2022

For Generations to Come

2022-03-25T04:16:01-07:00

A custom farmhouse is filled with elegance and era-correct touches By Hollie Deese Photography by Brian Bruzewski A woman from Georgia met a man from Oklahoma on a ranch in Colorado, where they fell in love over their mutual passion to become teachers. Eventually Kelli Shipman did become a teacher, but Jason became a doctor instead and was matched

For Generations to Come2022-03-25T04:16:01-07:00
17 02, 2022

Create a Healthier Home Through Smart Updates

2022-02-17T14:15:29-07:00

(Family Features) Many homeowners looking to improve their living spaces seek out upgrades that can add visual appeal, improve functionality or increase resale value. However, some updates can also benefit the mental and physical health of those who occupy the space. While making your home healthier can involve simple steps like decluttering, swapping out cleaning products for natural versions

Create a Healthier Home Through Smart Updates2022-02-17T14:15:29-07:00
24 01, 2022

Building Blocks

2022-01-24T10:28:47-07:00

Leverick Homes Works to Create a legacy of longevity By Hollie Deese Photography by Allison Elefante The list of respected builders in Middle Tennessee, the ones who get referrals from former clients who can’t sing their praises enough, is not an easy one to get on. After all it takes years to become a Barlow, a Castle, or a

Building Blocks2022-01-24T10:28:47-07:00
21 10, 2021

Ahead of the Curve

2021-10-21T07:59:38-07:00

In Nashville, the team at PDI become partners in progressive designBy Hollie DeesePhotography by Emily Dorio, Showcase Photography and Rainer SchuertzmannChris Barnhizer of Richland Builders isn’t afraid to push the design envelope. With builds in older neighborhoods like Green Hills, Sylvan Park, Hillsboro Village, the Gulch and the Nations that are embracing infill development, his designs are modern and not

Ahead of the Curve2021-10-21T07:59:38-07:00
17 08, 2021

Bordeaux, Reborn

2021-08-17T06:43:55-07:00

Homeowners of a new generation embrace the historically black neighborhood's architectural importance By Maria Mayer Photography by William DeShazer Tucked into the rolling hillsides north of the Cumberland River is the neighborhood of Bordeaux. It's a storied area of the city steeped in history—once home to Native Americans, then farmers. It’s the location of the American Baptist College attended

Bordeaux, Reborn2021-08-17T06:43:55-07:00
23 06, 2021

The Continental, designed by Nick Dryden, showcases local artisans

2021-06-23T04:05:56-07:00

Local artisans, Brock's photography, complement cuisine Photography by Emily Dorio When diners visit The Continental, the latest restaurant from chef Sean Brock, not only will they get to indulge in Brock’s exciting exploration of contemporary cuisine at the Grand Hyatt hotel in the Nashville Yards development, they will also get an inside look at Brock’s love of art, showcased

The Continental, designed by Nick Dryden, showcases local artisans2021-06-23T04:05:56-07:00
22 06, 2021

Manuel Zeitlin Architects celebrates 40 years

2021-06-22T06:33:15-07:00

Manuel Zeitlin Architects is celebrating 40 years since its foundation, and the firm will be celebrating all year long by highlighting the places they have built and the people who helped along the way, including new projects, old projects, long-gone projects, current partners and their 25 year relationship with Zeitgeist art gallery."After moving back to Nashville in December 1980, I

Manuel Zeitlin Architects celebrates 40 years2021-06-22T06:33:15-07:00
14 06, 2021

Legacy Living

2021-06-14T06:33:01-07:00

A builder and homeowner create a home that honors family — past, present and future By Hollie Deese Interior photography by Leslie Brown Exterior photography by Reed Brown Dionne Dewitte knew there was one element that had to be incorporated into the design of her Nashville dream home: the stone lion from her grandmother Marie’s garden, a heavy piece

Legacy Living2021-06-14T06:33:01-07:00
1 03, 2021

Greenery Co. Designed With Southern Sophistication

2021-03-01T12:34:17-07:00

Hillsboro Village eatery offers tasty meals in an inviting environment Photography by Warner Tidwell Located in historic and bustling Hillsboro Village, the fast-casual eatery Greenery Co. offers healthy meals on the go or in a warm and inviting environment., founded by sisters and co-owners Caroline Gaston and Whitney Abblitt, both Vanderbilt University graduates who are passionate about the Nashville

Greenery Co. Designed With Southern Sophistication2021-03-01T12:34:17-07:00
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