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1311, 2017

Trend: Outdoor String Lights

By |November 13th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Outdoor Living, Outdoors, Tips & Trends|

Sometimes all you need is a little twinkle to make the evenings outside special, and there’s nothing that delivers better than some simple string lights. From Edison bulbs to mini Mason jars, light up the night with some subtle sparkle.   The Aurora Copper String Lights are battery operated, making the delicate wire lights easy to

1311, 2017

Saving Place

By |November 13th, 2017|Categories: Outdoor Living|

Rolling Tennessee hills to remain a part of the landscape Photography by Nancy Rhoda Nashville cattle farmer Karen Guy used to lie awake at night worrying about what would happen to her land, Hunter’s Hill Farm, after she was gone. A working farm today, it was once a working plantation owned by Andrew Jackson — so she knew it was

311, 2017

Outdoor Life All Year Long

By |November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Architecture & Design, Blog, Feature, Outdoor Living, Outdoors|

Photography by Reed Brown and Alyssa Rosenheck A life outside is one worth living — that’s the philosophy Alan Looney and his team at Castle Homes have fully embraced in recent years as more homeowners incorporate the great outdoors into their families’ daily routines. Creating an at-home oasis appeals to families with younger kids who love being able to host

2803, 2017

Nashville Murals Create Fond Sense of Place

By |March 28th, 2017|Categories: Arts & Antiques, Blog, News, Outdoors, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , |

Street Artist Adrien Saporiti with the  mural he painted five years ago. The image has since gone viral on social media. NASHVILLE. When a beloved street mural— one that had become a selfie souvenier for thousands of locals and visitors— was recently vandalized with tar, the Nashville community responded. The Tennessean reports that the owners of the 12 South building worked