4 12, 2018

Brick by Brick

2018-12-04T10:24:11+00:00

New build reflects neighborhood’s past Photography by Gieves Anderson When the three partners of Wagon Wheel Title and Escrow decided to build a new office next door to their East Nashville bungalow, they wanted it to look like it belonged there — a commercial project that fit right in with its residential neighbors. And Angie Lawless, Brandon Miller and

Brick by Brick2018-12-04T10:24:11+00:00
28 11, 2018

Life Al Fresco

2018-11-28T09:03:32+00:00

Middle Tennesseans make the most of outdoor space Photography by Ruby and Peach Photography and Paige Rumore Photography When fall means mostly mild weather peppered with the occasional 90-degree day, enjoying time outdoors is a big part of how Middle Tennesseans spend their time. And you don’t need that much space to make outdoor magic happen. Seth Argo with

Life Al Fresco2018-11-28T09:03:32+00:00
5 11, 2018

Artist Spotlight: Will Rhodarmer of EClan Design

2018-11-06T04:41:22+00:00

By Emily Griffin An artist for as long as he can remember, Will Rhodarmer is changing the interior decorating game with his innovative, decorative folding screens. As a trained artist with multiple art degrees, he built on this foundation by pursuing additional studies and expertise from oil and acrylics to Sumi-e drawing, print-making and other unique painting techniques. With his

Artist Spotlight: Will Rhodarmer of EClan Design2018-11-06T04:41:22+00:00
2 11, 2018

Parthenon Gala a Celebration of Nashville

2018-11-02T09:42:44+00:00

Sylvia Rapoport loves the Parthenon. A Nashville native, she still remembers the first time walking into the Parthenon decades ago, where her mother also volunteered in the gift shop. “We all have to come on our fifth or sixth grade field trip to the Parthenon. That's where we learn about Tennessee history. The only ‘high-rise’ in Nashville was the

Parthenon Gala a Celebration of Nashville2018-11-02T09:42:44+00:00
1 11, 2018

Nashville-based natural beauty store opens Texas location

2018-11-02T10:02:53+00:00

By Elliott Wenzler Lemon Laine, a Nashville-based beauty store, will open its second location in Houston this fall, complete with the curated products, personalized oil bar and specialized events that they have in their Tennessee location. Laura Lemon, founder and CEO of the store, opened the shop as a place for women to find needs that are specific to them

Nashville-based natural beauty store opens Texas location2018-11-02T10:02:53+00:00
26 10, 2018

Paddywax Candles Last Beyond the Burn

2018-10-26T06:48:27+00:00

By Emily Griffin Fans of locally-made Paddywax candles keep coming back for the insanely addictive smell and the high-quality containers that look gorgeous in any room - a strategy that is all by design. Paddywax is well known in the Nashville area for their Berry Hill storefront where all the candles are hand-poured for all of their orders. This

Paddywax Candles Last Beyond the Burn2018-10-26T06:48:27+00:00
24 10, 2018

Creatives at Home: The Silvermans

2018-10-24T03:36:51+00:00

Outdoor studios provide space for art, music, writing Photography by Sanford Myers Wendy Silverman met her husband, Jack, when a friend finally convinced her in 2010, after years of trying, to go see his band play at the now-closed Flatrock Café. The two exchanged Facebook info, started messaging and scheduled a first date a week after that show —

Creatives at Home: The Silvermans2018-10-24T03:36:51+00:00
18 10, 2018

Creatives at Home: Lincoln Parish

2018-10-18T05:26:17+00:00

Producer settling in after years on tour with Cage the Elephant By Hollie Deese Photography by Gabe Ford About two-and-a-half years ago, Lincoln Parish, 28, was ready to make a change. Settling down in a renovated home on a shady lot near Temple Hills might seem a little subdued for a Grammy-nominated musician in his 20s, but it was

Creatives at Home: Lincoln Parish2018-10-18T05:26:17+00:00
17 10, 2018

Artclectic Artist Spotlight: Caleb Groh

2018-10-17T08:23:16+00:00

By Nicole Keiper The first time Nashville artist Caleb Groh created one of his felted animal plaques, it was a little more fanciful than the softened but fairly lifelike ones he sculpts now — it was a blue bear with big purple paws that looked more like mitts, all wrapped in crimped and crooked seams. “That one came to

Artclectic Artist Spotlight: Caleb Groh2018-10-17T08:23:16+00:00