23 10, 2019

A Better Place

2019-10-23T03:40:25-07:00

Couple fills Forest Hills home with art and inspiration By Hollie Deese Photography by Mary Craven Healthcare attorney Chris Howard and his wife, Angie, had tackled a renovation or two over the course of their years together. Eight years ago, they decided to embark upon building a home from the ground up, and they drew upon their earlier experience

A Better Place2019-10-23T03:40:25-07:00
14 10, 2019

Living Well

2019-10-14T05:08:48-07:00

House Beautiful teams up with Castle Homes for Whole Home Concept HouseBy Hollie DeesePhotography by Reed BrownHouse Beautiful is bringing their Whole Home Concept House to Nashville this fall, showcasing a nearly 6,000-square-foot home that is a stunner while also promoting happier, healthier and smarter living.“At House Beautiful, we believe your home should work for you — bringing you joy,

Living Well2019-10-14T05:08:48-07:00
11 10, 2019

Taking Inspiration

2019-10-11T07:10:35-07:00

Southern Living’s custom builder program showcases home modeled after Grassmere estate By Hollie Deese Photography by Greg Smit When Southern Living magazine was looking for the right place to build their next Showcase Home, it was hard to ignore the pull of Middle Tennessee. They were thrilled at the opportunity to be a part of the 2019 James Hardie

Taking Inspiration2019-10-11T07:10:35-07:00
10 10, 2019

The Storied South – Art Meets Literature

2019-10-10T03:45:02-07:00

Southern artists on display at The Arts Company The Arts Company presents an exhibition celebrating art and literature, with a distinctly Southern narrative, now through October 24. The Storied South exhibition highlights the visual splendor of the region as seen through the eyes and imagination of three southern artists – Johnny Nelson, Charles Keiger and Ke Francis. The exhibition

The Storied South – Art Meets Literature2019-10-10T03:45:02-07:00
9 10, 2019

Phoenix on Fatherland

2019-10-09T04:39:12-07:00

By Maria Meyer Photography by Tonda McKay It started with a pop. The lights dimmed. Soon campfire size flames were emanating from behind the dryer and smoke began to fill the closet and storage room. Tracey Ford, dressed in T-shirt, grabbed her purse and a pair of pants and walked outside to call 911 — thinking that the small

Phoenix on Fatherland2019-10-09T04:39:12-07:00
8 10, 2019

Challenging Misconceptions

2019-10-08T04:20:49-07:00

Photographer Anouk Krantz comes to Nashville for Artclectic By Hollie Deese Photographer Anouk Krantz was raised in France by a Dutch mom. She lives in New York and travels to remote areas of the world for work, but she has yet to make it to Nashville. That will change when she speaks at this year’s Artclectic — the annual

Challenging Misconceptions2019-10-08T04:20:49-07:00
2 09, 2019

Design for the People

2019-09-02T14:45:29-07:00

At Becky Rose Design, interior design isn’t just about properties — it’s about people By Olivia McClureTricia Photography by Tricia Shay For Becky Rose Grinwald, interior design is as much about her clients as it is about calculating measurements and choosing patterns. Grinwald grew up in a house her parents built in a small town in farm-country Wisconsin. She

Design for the People2019-09-02T14:45:29-07:00
27 08, 2019

Designer Spotlight: Kathy Sandler of Sandler Design Group

2019-08-27T05:34:29-07:00

For Kathy Sandler, a lifelong design dream became a flourishing reality By Olivia McClure Photography by Claire Cuevas, Kristen Mayfield, Kathy Sandler Kathy Sandler was introduced to interior design as a young girl watching her parents renovate their family home in Nashville, turning a two-bedroom, one-bath starter into a four-bedroom, one-bath home. “It’s the first time I can recall

Designer Spotlight: Kathy Sandler of Sandler Design Group2019-08-27T05:34:29-07:00
26 08, 2019

Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Summar

2019-08-26T05:23:02-07:00

Liz’s Barn Quilts offers a fun, joyful alternative to ordinary design By Olivia McClure For Elizabeth Summar, the road trips she took up and down the East Coast growing up proved to be more than just a summertime diversion. In truth, it was during these car rides with her mother that Summar was first introduced to barn quilts —

Artist Spotlight: Elizabeth Summar2019-08-26T05:23:02-07:00