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
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
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
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
15 03, 2019

An Artistic Expression

2019-03-15T03:23:16-07:00

Small space fosters big ideas for Germantown arts business Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Julia Steele Robert Jones is ready to prove you don’t need a lot of space to make a big impact. His Overton Arts framing workshop is carved into the 100 Taylor Arts Collective in Germantown. “Because it's so small, and it’s just me, I'm

An Artistic Expression2019-03-15T03:23:16-07:00
13 03, 2019

Future Farmhouses

2019-03-13T05:28:33-07:00

New neighborhood brings large lots minutes from downtown Franklin Renderings by Ben Johnson As land to develop keeps getting harder and harder to come by, a new boutique neighborhood near downtown Franklin was announced by Carbine & Associates at the end of 2018, with construction to begin immediately. Home prices will begin in the $800,000s. With 16 acres of

Future Farmhouses2019-03-13T05:28:33-07:00
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
4 03, 2019

Designer uses psychology, science to lay out hospitals

2019-03-04T05:01:53-07:00

By Elliott Wenzler When most people show up to the hospital, the last thing on their mind is how the subtle angles, colors, lights and fabrics are affecting their mental state. But for Rebecca Donner, healthcare facilities are a canvas meant for just that. The patterns, textures and colors that Donner and her team at Inner Design Studio select

Designer uses psychology, science to lay out hospitals2019-03-04T05:01:53-07:00