26 06, 2018

Artclectic Inspiration

2018-06-26T08:40:11+00:00

Photography by Patrick Sheehan As an alumna of the University School of Nashville, designer McLean Barbieri knows firsthand the quality of the education it provides. The private school’s mission of diversity, creativity, environmentalism and inclusive learning is why she sends her children there. And as the owner and principal designer of Annali Interiors, Barbieri is a fan of Artclectic,

Artclectic Inspiration2018-06-26T08:40:11+00:00
23 06, 2018

Graffiti Goes Inside

2018-06-23T06:21:50+00:00

Local street artists go big, and go home Troy Duff shot by Reeves Smith Nate Brown and Bryan Deese shot by Gabe Ford Hillsboro High School in Green Hills is a hotbed for street artists. Here are three alums who have been making names for themselves for years doing graffiti murals, and more recently, interior commissions. Troy Duff

Graffiti Goes Inside2018-06-23T06:21:50+00:00
18 06, 2018

Restoration Hardware Opens in Green Hills

2018-06-18T09:48:51+00:00

RH officially opened its latest design gallery, RH Nashville, The Gallery at Green Hills, with a grand opening ceremony on Friday, June 15, following a star-studded event the night before. Matt Wiltshire, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Community Development said a few words before RH Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman addressed the crowd. “This gallery here

Restoration Hardware Opens in Green Hills2018-06-18T09:48:51+00:00
12 06, 2018

American Artisan Festival Brings Art to Community

2018-06-12T10:38:46+00:00

Could there be a more perfect Father's Day gift than some original art? This weekend the American Artisan Festival returns to the front lawn of Nashville’s Centennial Park June 15-17 for its 44th year. The festival is free, family-friendly, and open to the public. There will be 150 artists from across America, fun kid-friendly art projects, an amazing range of

American Artisan Festival Brings Art to Community2018-06-12T10:38:46+00:00
5 06, 2018

Artisan Spotlight: Keith Merry

2018-06-05T13:04:32+00:00

Balancing family legacy with creative reinvention By Allie Myszka Keith Merry inherited two things from his father: a family business, and an insatiable creative bent. Merry’s father, Bill Merry, Sr., was a cofounder of Nashville-based ornamental iron business Herndon & Merry, and as such, Keith Merry has been around metalworking for most of his life. He began working alongside

Artisan Spotlight: Keith Merry2018-06-05T13:04:32+00:00
4 06, 2018

Farm to Home

2018-06-04T09:56:33+00:00

Father and daughter grow, cultivate and create Photography by Gary Clark and Emily Dorio Anna Yeager Brakefield, 28, is a third-generation cotton farmer. Though it’s not what she ever thought she would be doing, it is precisely where she wants to be. With a background in design and a degree from Auburn University, Brakefield left the country of North

Farm to Home2018-06-04T09:56:33+00:00
24 05, 2018

Designer Spotlight: Tim Riffle

2018-05-24T12:00:23+00:00

Photography by Gabe FordLike so many creative people in Nashville, Tim Riffle moved here 10 years ago with one dream in mind — music. Instead, the Southern California native has succeeded in a career that is totally different but no less inspiring.One day Riffle, who was then working in the Sony Music office, wanted to give a friend flowers. He

Designer Spotlight: Tim Riffle2018-05-24T12:00:23+00:00
22 05, 2018

Domino Outpost Open Now at Noelle

2018-05-22T04:34:18+00:00

Home design magazine launches retail popup at Keep Shop Domino, the content and commerce company rooted in home décor, has opened a new retail popup in Nashville, taking over Keep Shop at Noelle with a curated mix of products from some of Domino’s favorite designers and a slew of local makers and creatives too. This is Domino’s first retail popup

Domino Outpost Open Now at Noelle2018-05-22T04:34:18+00:00
6 04, 2018

John Gidding Talks TLC Trading Spaces Reboot

2018-04-09T08:08:26+00:00

When Trading Spaces premiered on TLC on October 13, 2000, the world of design TV was a fairly new place, and the show’s instant popularity is credited with sparking the nation’s now-obsession with home design programming. The formula of the reboot is the same as the original - two sets of neighbors get two days and $2,000 to transform two

John Gidding Talks TLC Trading Spaces Reboot2018-04-09T08:08:26+00:00