29 10, 2018

Christmas décor helps create memories

2018-10-29T14:52:13+00:00

When designer Tim Causey gets ReCreations, the store he owns with Richard Epperson, ready for Christmas, he gets about 20 trees ready for display — all different, all for holiday décor inspiration and all available to purchase as is. “We don’t even call it Christmas anymore because it engulfs our life,” Causey says. Whether whimsical and bright or more traditional,

Christmas décor helps create memories2018-10-29T14:52:13+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
15 10, 2018

Creatives at Home: Vadis Turner

2018-10-19T04:10:23+00:00

Return to Nashville a colorful adventure By Hollie Deese Photography by Julia Steele Mixed-media artist Vadis Turner and her husband, Clay Ezell, co-owner of The Compost Company, are Nashville natives who both moved to New York. That’s where they met and made the connection that not only were they both from Nashville, they had gone to the same school.

Creatives at Home: Vadis Turner2018-10-19T04:10:23+00:00
13 10, 2018

Closets become custom, functional spaces

2018-10-13T07:50:51+00:00

By Emily Griffin Over 10 years ago, Betty Anne Mills, an interior designer, and her husband started a company called Inspired Closets. As an interior designer, Mills saw a need for closet revamping when she was helping her parents move into The Heritage at Brentwood, a retirement community. “I found a small dealership and got started in that way

Closets become custom, functional spaces2018-10-13T07:50:51+00:00
12 10, 2018

Future Heirlooms

2018-10-12T03:21:11+00:00

Royal Circus stocks soulful pieces to make a house a home By Hollie Deese Photography by Danielle Atkins It may have all started with an unrealized dream, but the end result is something that seems meant to be for the growing arts-and-creatives community of Wedgewood-Houston. Open since August, Royal Circus is the collaboration between Michael Dukes, 59, and Geoffrey

Future Heirlooms2018-10-12T03:21:11+00:00
23 09, 2018

Designer Spotlight: Erika Thompson of JL Design

2018-09-24T01:55:28+00:00

By Emily Griffin Photography by Showcase Photography Erika Thompson, interior designer at JL Design and mom of two, has conquered creating gorgeous, clean spaces that are suitable for anyone – even her busy clients and their growing families. Design was not Thompson’s first career, but when she realized she was passionate about it, she dove in head first to

Designer Spotlight: Erika Thompson of JL Design2018-09-24T01:55:28+00:00
1 09, 2018

Designer Spotlight: Tanya Hembree

2018-09-01T17:09:34+00:00

By Emily Griffin Photography by Daniel C. White and Social House Photography From California to Tennessee, interior designer Tanya Hembree has been creating spaces for clients across the country, and her unique palate of “vibes” has brought her success everywhere she goes. Originally a SoCal girl, Hembree has lived in four different states - California, Texas, Colorado and Tennessee

Designer Spotlight: Tanya Hembree2018-09-01T17:09:34+00:00
15 08, 2018

From Printers Alley to Isla Mujeres

2018-09-18T04:42:07+00:00

Kathy Anderson injects life into all her living spaces Photography by Marty Paoletta (Loft) and Jessica Keener (Island) When in-demand interior designer Kathy Anderson of Anderson Design Studio wants to unwind from work, she doesn’t have to go very far. Just up the stairs, in fact. In 2014, Anderson bought a two-level building on Second Avenue near Printers Alley.

From Printers Alley to Isla Mujeres2018-09-18T04:42:07+00:00