13 11, 2020

Belmont University’s O’More College Celebrates 50 Years

2020-11-13T06:24:03-07:00

Social media campaign kicks off 50-day elevation of good design The O’More College of Architecture and Design at Belmont University celebrates its 50th anniversary this fall, beginning with a social media campaign that launches today, Friday, Nov. 13, and continues for the next 50 days. Initiated on the O’More Instagram account @omorecollege, this series will comprise 50 high achievements

Belmont University’s O’More College Celebrates 50 Years2020-11-13T06:24:03-07:00
5 11, 2020

Poverty and the Arts Boosts Sales of Art by Homeless Artists

2020-11-05T09:09:20-07:00

New website expands reach Despite a challenging year, the local social enterprise Poverty and the Arts (POVA) continues to expand their reach and build new capabilities with the launch of their new website, www.povanashville.org. Dedicated to providing people impacted by homelessness with access to creative resources and an artistic platform to enhance their quality of life. In response to

Poverty and the Arts Boosts Sales of Art by Homeless Artists2020-11-05T09:09:20-07:00
13 10, 2020

Hola Yoga Features Fine Design

2020-10-13T08:29:31-07:00

Hola Yoga, one of the East side’s newest studios, open for in-person and virtual classes, is totally worth visiting, and not just for its traditional yoga classes including vinyasa, heated vinyasa, flow foundations, slow flow, yin, restorative and Bhakti. It is also worth going to see how owner Khrystyne Baltodano crafted her intentionally-designed boutique fitness space. Her vision for

Hola Yoga Features Fine Design2020-10-13T08:29:31-07:00
11 10, 2020

Nashville Renovator Publishes Strategic Planning Book

2020-10-11T17:10:10-07:00

By Hollie Deese Nashville native Abbe Quarles has been involved in buying, renovating, and selling homes in the Nashville area for more than 20 years, and over that time she has learned a thing or two over the course of nearly 100 projects. “Growing up I never thought I would find myself in construction, but once the bug bit,

Nashville Renovator Publishes Strategic Planning Book2020-10-11T17:10:10-07:00
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
1 09, 2020

New Thompson’s Station Neighborhood Announced

2020-09-01T06:59:22-07:00

The Mill at Bond Springs offers Acre Plus Home Sites Rendering by Binkley Designed A new Williamson County neighborhood in Thompson’s Station is in development by Carbine & Associates, The Mill at Bond Springs. “This will be a modern urban lifestyle community thoughtfully planned with one acre and larger home sites,” said James Carbine, company founder and president. “There

New Thompson’s Station Neighborhood Announced2020-09-01T06:59:22-07:00
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
5 08, 2020

The Hermitage Hotel Added to National Historic Landmark Registry

2020-08-05T06:17:02-07:00

Nashville’s Leading Luxury Hotel Receives Historic Status The Hermitage Hotel has joined a prestigious list of landmarks around the country. The National Parks Department has added the world-renowned, 110-year-old property to the National Historic Landmark Registry - the only hotel in Tennessee to hold such status. The luxury hotel, which opened in 1910, will join other special properties throughout

The Hermitage Hotel Added to National Historic Landmark Registry2020-08-05T06:17:02-07:00
4 08, 2020

A Dream Realized

2020-08-04T04:26:57-07:00

Family finds exactly what they need on 60 acres in Robertson County By Hollie Deese Photography by Julia Steele When Jenna Rummel moved into her new home on 60 acres in Greenbrier last year, it was the fulfillment of a dream they had for a while. Well, it had first been her husband, Jonathan’s, dream, but it quickly became

A Dream Realized2020-08-04T04:26:57-07:00
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