27 02, 2020

Nashville Design District: Milestone Design Center

2020-02-27T05:26:40-07:00

By Hollie Deese When Milestone opened their showroom in the Design District in December 2015, it was their first time expanding out of Clarksville, and Design Center Manager Camille Elvord-Jacky says they knew it was exactly the area of town to set up shop. “When we first got that building, it was because that area was starting to be

Nashville Design District: Milestone Design Center2020-02-27T05:26:40-07:00
18 02, 2020

Nashville Design District: The Fabric House

2020-02-18T07:43:42-07:00

By Oliva McClure Photography by Pamela Monaghan For more than 50 years, the Fabric House has been a fixture in Nashville’s Design District, serving up some of the city’s greatest collections of fine fabrics for a wide variety of design needs. Originally opened in 1967 by Tavy Doty, native Nashvillian Lynda Mosley and her husband, Tim, became the store’s

Nashville Design District: The Fabric House2020-02-18T07:43:42-07:00
14 02, 2020

Traveler’s Rest

2020-02-14T10:12:47-07:00

Franklin designer helps create luxurious sanctuary for new arrivals from the West Coast By Hollie Deese Photography by Ruby and Peach An executive position with Conversant Media has Lisa Gosselin traveling a lot of the time for work. So creating a sanctuary at home was key when she and her husband, Mike, moved to Franklin in June 2019 after

Traveler’s Rest2020-02-14T10:12:47-07:00
6 02, 2020

Designer Spotlight: Kelly Lord Designs

2020-02-06T05:33:19-07:00

By Hollie Deese Photography by Reeves Smith Kelly Lord has an eye for creating the right combination of space, color and flow — a result of her education, design experience and innate sense of what works for someone’s lifestyle. A graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, she stayed in Atlanta for a few years working under two

Designer Spotlight: Kelly Lord Designs2020-02-06T05:33:19-07:00
5 02, 2020

Nashville Design District: Nashville Lamp & Shade

2020-02-05T04:09:31-07:00

By Olivia McClure Photography by Pamela Monaghan When Brian Courtney decided to leave his corporate job at Nissan North America, he wrapped himself in the throes of a new business venture in the world of interior design. The “self-confessed lamp hoarder” opened Nashville Lamp & Shade last December. Realizing the significance of the Design District and the need for

Nashville Design District: Nashville Lamp & Shade2020-02-05T04:09:31-07:00
14 01, 2020

Nashville Design District: The Iron Gate

2020-01-14T04:28:37-07:00

By Hollie Deese Photography by Chris Little Interior designer Rozanne Jackson and her shop The Iron Gate have been in downtown Franklin since 1996, but she opened a second location in the Design District in June 2018 out of a need to be closer to the designers she works with and their client base. “And the way Nashville is

Nashville Design District: The Iron Gate2020-01-14T04:28:37-07:00
30 12, 2019

Nashville’s Design District a hub for all things interiors

2019-12-30T06:15:48-07:00

The Style Council By Hollie Deese Photography by Pamela Monaghan In a city of neighborhoods that seem to be carving out new cultures and niches for themselves, one part of town has been unwavering for years as the go-to spot for interior designers and design-savvy homeowners looking for every manner of fabric and fixture. Nashville’s Design District, radiating out

Nashville’s Design District a hub for all things interiors2019-12-30T06:15:48-07:00
5 12, 2019

Square Market owner’s ‘Plan B’

2019-12-06T15:15:40-07:00

Former customer service manager brings expertise to Lebanon’s home decor clients By Mary Bernard A fixture on the historic square in Lebanon, Paula McDonnell’s store (appropriately called Square Market) sells some of Middle Tennessee’s most unique pieces for the home. McDonnell offers one-of-a-kind custom upholstered furniture, lighting, gifts and accessories in a variety of styles. “I sell quality affordable

Square Market owner’s ‘Plan B’2019-12-06T15:15:40-07:00
4 12, 2019

Myers Flooring makes its mark in Nashville’s Design District

2019-12-04T07:12:56-07:00

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

Myers Flooring makes its mark in Nashville’s Design District2019-12-04T07:12:56-07:00