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
Luxury flooring leader and tenant in Wedgewood-Houston’s new Nashville Design Collective, Textures Nashville launched a weekly podcast, “Couture and Construction,” in March, dedicated to the people and stories behind beautiful places. The weekly podcast – recorded live in the Textures Nashville Showroom – features conversations with interior designers, architects and luxury builders with the aim to inspire, educate and
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
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
By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith It’s hard to believe the totally renovated showroom was once an RJ Young distribution center, but an inset scale, a remnant from the past, was preserved in the remodel to commemorate what was once there. And in a city that is changing as fast as Nashville, that’s important. It’s also why it
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3 Sneaky Shortcuts that Bad Installers Take There are a lot of corners that can be cut in installation and you want to make sure that your installer hasn’t arrived at his low price because he’s planning on taking the shortcuts. 1. Cheap Thinset Thinset is what adheres your tile to the subsurface. If your installer buys cheap thinset, or uses less