20 01, 2020

Textures Nashville Collaborates with Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio at KBIS

2020-01-20T08:41:32-07:00

Two of Nashville’s design leaders, Andrew Denny, owner of Textures Nashville, and Richard T. Anuskiewicz, lead designer for Nashville’s Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio, have joined forces to showcase the art and luxury of Nashville’s interior design talent on a national level. Textures Nashville flooring materials will be featured in the 2020 Monogram Booth, designed by Anuszkiewicz, at the

Textures Nashville Collaborates with Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio at KBIS2020-01-20T08:41:32-07:00
31 12, 2019

Nashville Design District: Kenny & Company

2019-12-31T08:09:22-07:00

Kitchen and bath showroom evolves to cater to growing Nashville By Hollie Deese Photography by Laurie Wilson Nashville was a different place when Kenny & Company began doing business in the Gulch in 2003. After 15 years supplying gorgeous kitchen and bath fixtures to designers and homeowners, they moved to their current location the Design District in 2018. Bill

Nashville Design District: Kenny & Company2019-12-31T08:09:22-07:00
13 12, 2019

Nashville Design District: Daltile

2019-12-13T04:59:17-07:00

By Hollie Deese Photography by Pamela Monaghan It has been about a year and a half since Daltile moved from a small gallery off their warehouse on Bransford Avenue and into a shiny new showroom on Sidco Drive, and the team is loving being right in the heart of the Design District. “All of the designers are over here

Nashville Design District: Daltile2019-12-13T04:59:17-07:00
6 08, 2019

An Etch Above the Rest

2019-08-06T05:18:14-07:00

At Nashville’s Class Glass, the art of sandblasting and etching takes on hew heightsBy Olivia McClureKaren Martin knew how to turn her design dream into a reality — and with her company, Class Glass, she helps other people do the same.Hailing from the Northeast, Martin lived out West for ten years, where she worked in America’s national parks system. After

An Etch Above the Rest2019-08-06T05:18:14-07:00
21 09, 2018

35th Nashville Home Show starts today

2018-09-21T03:22:24-07:00

Tennessee’s largest home event, the 35th Nashville Home Show, hits the Music City Center September 21-23 with PBS’ “This Old House” host Kevin O’Connor headlining and more than 200 home industry experts including remodeling contractors, kitchen and bath and designers to inspiring ideas for outdoor living, pool and spa. One of the year’s top home resource events, Eric Udler,

35th Nashville Home Show starts today2018-09-21T03:22:24-07:00
7 09, 2018

Interview: Kevin O’Connor of This Old House

2018-09-07T04:30:16-07:00

As the 40th season of “This Old House” is set to premiere October 4, 2018, host Kevin O’ Connor preps for a trip to Nashville for an appearance at the Nashville Home Show Sept. 21-22. He took some time to talk to Nashville Interiors about the show’s upcoming premier, what to expect when you see him at the Nashville

Interview: Kevin O’Connor of This Old House2018-09-07T04:30:16-07:00
19 07, 2018

Finishing Touch

2018-07-23T04:07:42-07:00

Designer doors complete a modern renovation Photography by Rachel Tenpenny Dr. Stephen Fesik took the interior of his decades-old, traditional Forest Hills house and transformed it into a clean-lined modern masterpiece. His style upgrade made his home the kind of place worthy of showing off, so next up was making it a hub of entertaining. The back patio and

Finishing Touch2018-07-23T04:07:42-07:00
3 11, 2017

Picture-Window Perfect

2017-11-03T10:49:47-07:00

Story by Hollie Deese Photography by Rachel Tenpenny When Dr. Stephen Fesik first tackled a remodel on his 1989-built traditional Forest Hills home about five years ago, he completely renovated the inside, swapping out brass chandeliers, dated knobs and flowery wallpaper for a cleaner, more modern design. One thing he didn’t include in the project was new windows and doors,

Picture-Window Perfect2017-11-03T10:49:47-07:00
30 12, 2011

Exterior Doors

2017-10-27T07:52:32-07:00

Exterior doors have three main functions; security, style and insulation. And unlike interior doors, they have to stand up to the ravages of sun damage, extremes of heat and cold, wind, and swings in humidity without warping, shrinking or swelling. They also have the added challenge of having one half subjected to exterior conditions while the other half is exposed

Exterior Doors2017-10-27T07:52:32-07:00