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3011, 2022

Light the Way: Creating Visibly Different Spaces

By |November 30th, 2022|Categories: Accessories & Furnishing, Architecture & Design, Blog, Fall 2022, Feature, Home Decor, Interior Design & Storage, Interiors, Issues, Kitchen & Bath, Lighting, Video News|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Aimee Kinssies worked to pull all kinds of influences together to create the perfect mix in this recent new build. Seeing is believing Lighting takes center stage as essential, unifying element in home design Story by Joe Morris. Photography by Allison Elefante A lot must come together to create the perfect living space. Whether it’s a renovation or

2809, 2022

A Second Act in Watertown

By |September 28th, 2022|Categories: Annual Print, Architecture & Design, Blog, Current Issue, Feature, Interiors|

The couple behind Peach & Pine Interiors breathe new life into a 100-year-old home By Hollie Deese Photography by Caroline Sharpnack Many stories of complete lifestyle overhauls were birthed by the COVID-19 pandemic, and through the renovation of a historic home on 200 acres in Watertown, two couples experienced life-changing shifts that will inevitably be written into their family

1309, 2022

The Art of Hospitality

By |September 13th, 2022|Categories: Annual Print, Arts & Antiques, Blog, Current Issue, Downtown Living, Feature, Hospitality, Interiors, Venue Nashville|

The Art of Hospitality By Janet Kurtz Born of the mission to bring contemporary art to a wider audience, 21c Museum Hotels are working to change the way the public looks at art — and at hotels. Now xenia, the Greek concept of hospitality or “guest-friendship,” is alive at 21c Museum Hotel Nashville for the first time since the

1309, 2022

At Home With…

By |September 13th, 2022|Categories: Annual Print, Blog, Current Issue, Downtown Living, Feature, Interiors, Tips & Trends, Videos|

Interior Designer Evan Millard By Hollie Deese Photography by Allison Elefante For years Evan Millard has grown as a designer in Middle Tennessee, first as a student at O’More College of Design — pre-Belmont years — then as one of three designing as a collective out of a showroom in The Nations known as Modern Remains. Now, Millard is

609, 2022

A Night in June

By |September 6th, 2022|Categories: Annual Print, Blog, Current Issue, Feature, Hospitality, Interiors|

Sean Brock opens innovative dining experience By Janet Kurtz Photography by John Troxel Chef and storyteller Sean Brock brings each of his restaurants to life through subtly conveying of the importance of a dish or of an heirloom ingredient. Brock, known as an innovator and visionary, skyrocketed to success by creating thoughtful and well-curated restaurant concepts. Throughout his career,

1708, 2022

The Art of Connection

By |August 17th, 2022|Categories: Arts & Antiques, Interiors|

The Art of Connection By Robert Jones Photography by William DeShazer When I opened Overton Arts in 2018, my goal was to create a picture framing and art consultation business geared toward the interior design industry. I wanted to build a platform where I could play a role in uplifting the arts community in Nashville and helping it to

1708, 2022

A Future Built on the Past

By |August 17th, 2022|Categories: Building & Development, Interiors|

A Future Built on the Past A family business with longtime local roots continues to grow and expand By Hollie Deese Photography by Sam Calderon When Ted Bertuca Jr. talks about success, business is definitely part of the equation. But he looks more to other things that he hopes to leave behind as bigger examples of a successful legacy.

1708, 2022

Better Together

By |August 17th, 2022|Categories: Interiors, Outdoor Living|

Better Together A woman’s love for design turns into so much more with family by her side By Hollie Deese Photography by Allison Elefante Jill Johnson grew up one of seven children in Meadville, a small town in Pennsylvania north of Pittsburgh. She met her Alabama-born husband, Sam, when they were both working in Chicago, and the two were

1508, 2022

Extending Hospitality

By |August 15th, 2022|Categories: Building & Development, Interiors|

Extending Hospitality A farmhouse guest suite gets a refresh in Williamson County By Hollie Deese Photography by Paige Rumore The top penthouse in downtown Nashville’s 505 high rise couldn’t be more different in space and style than the guest suite of a Williamson County Colonial-revival farmhouse, but the two have more in common than first meets the eye. The

1508, 2022

Beech Beauty

By |August 15th, 2022|Categories: Building & Development, Interiors|

Beech Beauty A historic home gets the maximalist treatment By Hollie Deese Photography by Allison Elefante It’s 2022, and a 121-year-old home in the heart of the city is getting a second act as an Instagram influencer. Since 1806 Beech Avenue was first listed earlier this year, the 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom home (including guest house) has racked up hundreds of

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