7 09, 2021

Kitsch Cool

2021-09-07T03:54:18-07:00

Couple’s quirky Paragon Mills home takes inspo from famed NYC tavern, Monkey Bar. By Emily Davidson Photography by Julia Steele Frieda Projansky and Russell Somer take an unapologetic approach to design in their playful, eye-catching home. The fun-loving couple purchased the house in 2020 and soon developed an appetite for decorating during the pandemic. Bold colors and striking retro

Kitsch Cool2021-09-07T03:54:18-07:00
25 08, 2021

Cheekwood enchants all summer long

2021-08-25T04:08:32-07:00

From rotating exhibits and permanent art collections, to a historic home and acres of gardens, Cheekwood has been a haven for Nashvillians during the pandemic as a place to get outside, view art and find some sense of calm and beautiful normalcy. Cheekwood, the 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate, was originally built

Cheekwood enchants all summer long2021-08-25T04:08:32-07:00
17 08, 2021

Bordeaux, Reborn

2021-08-17T06:43:55-07:00

Homeowners of a new generation embrace the historically black neighborhood's architectural importance By Maria Mayer Photography by William DeShazer Tucked into the rolling hillsides north of the Cumberland River is the neighborhood of Bordeaux. It's a storied area of the city steeped in history—once home to Native Americans, then farmers. It’s the location of the American Baptist College attended

Bordeaux, Reborn2021-08-17T06:43:55-07:00
22 06, 2021

Manuel Zeitlin Architects celebrates 40 years

2021-06-22T06:33:15-07:00

Manuel Zeitlin Architects is celebrating 40 years since its foundation, and the firm will be celebrating all year long by highlighting the places they have built and the people who helped along the way, including new projects, old projects, long-gone projects, current partners and their 25 year relationship with Zeitgeist art gallery."After moving back to Nashville in December 1980, I

Manuel Zeitlin Architects celebrates 40 years2021-06-22T06:33:15-07:00
6 05, 2021

Express Yourself

2021-05-06T06:13:31-07:00

Historic Sylvan Park bungalow gets balance with bold colors and patternsBy Hollie DeesePhotography by Reagen TaylorWhen they needed someone to renovate their 1930s-era Sylvan Park cottage, a couple didn’t even have to look outside their neighborhoo.Erika Thompson, who then was a designer with the interior design firm JL Design, helped the homeowners work through their redesign room by room until

Express Yourself2021-05-06T06:13:31-07:00
3 05, 2021

A Bucolic Brentwood Escape

2021-05-03T05:24:31-07:00

A 1960s ranch gets a total renovation in the suburbs By Hollie Deese Photography by Emily Followill Designer Mark Williams never intended to stay in Atlanta, much less put down roots in Nashville. Raised in Boston, he always assumed he would return after college. But after studying at Georgia Tech he leaned on the connections he had made in

A Bucolic Brentwood Escape2021-05-03T05:24:31-07:00
1 04, 2021

Last Weekend for Yellow Rose Tea at Hermitage Hotel

2021-04-01T04:26:05-07:00

March may be over but there is still one last opportunity to celebrate Women’s History Month. To honor and celebrate The Hermitage Hotel’s special role in the suffrage movement, the historic property has been hosting Yellow Rose Afternoon Tea, Celebrating Women's History Month, and will host it one last weekend before transitioning to another tea service. During this event

Last Weekend for Yellow Rose Tea at Hermitage Hotel2021-04-01T04:26:05-07:00
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
13 07, 2020

Ruskin Refuge

2020-07-13T06:39:43-07:00

A 1950s East Nashville tiny cottage is reinvigorated and customized By Hollie Deese Photography by Solomon Davis After Denise Simons hosted Sean and Kim Feeney in her East Nashville Airbnb tiny house, complete with pool and indoor/outdoor living space, they were so impressed with what she had done they asked if she could help them redesign an old house

Ruskin Refuge2020-07-13T06:39:43-07:00
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