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2812, 2018

Discover Hidden Lake Como

By |December 28th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Feature, News, Outdoor Living, People, Tips & Trends, Travel, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , |

Zeneba Bowers and Matt Walker are Nashville musicians and, as Little Roads Europe, travel consultants. The following is excerpted from the latest in their award-winning Little Roads Europe Travel Guide series, “Italy’s Alpine Lakes: Small-town Itineraries for the Foodie Traveler”. Lake Como is probably best known as a vacation home for various rich and famous glitterati - Clooney, Versace,

2811, 2018

Life Al Fresco

By |November 28th, 2018|Categories: Annual Print, Blog, Feature, Outdoor Living, People, Tips & Trends|Tags: , , , |

Middle Tennesseans make the most of outdoor space Photography by Ruby and Peach Photography and Paige Rumore Photography When fall means mostly mild weather peppered with the occasional 90-degree day, enjoying time outdoors is a big part of how Middle Tennesseans spend their time. And you don’t need that much space to make outdoor magic happen. Seth Argo with

1309, 2018

Spotlight: HotSpring Spas of Music City

By |September 13th, 2018|Categories: Feature, Outdoor Living, Outdoors, People|Tags: , , |

Dennis Croteau first got into the hot tub business back in 1991. He had been working at the seasonal family entertainment center his parents built in Crossville, so he picked up a side job refurbishing hot tubs in his off time. He began working at the Crossville HotSpring Spas store and in 2003 he opened his own, HotSpring Spas of

406, 2018

Farm to Home

By |June 4th, 2018|Categories: Current Issue, Feature, Making, Market, Outdoor Living, People, We Had To Share|Tags: , , , , |

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

2805, 2018

Trend: Accessory Buildings

By |May 28th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Current Issue, Feature, Outdoor Living, Outdoors|Tags: , , |

Photography by Marcelle Guilbeau and Janin Otwell Need more space than your current square footage allows? A solution could be right outside your back door, thanks to the rise in accessory buildings that are so much more than your the typical detached garage or storage shed. Today, people are building pool houses, private music studios, workout spaces, greenhouses, playhouses

2405, 2018

Designer Spotlight: Tim Riffle

By |May 24th, 2018|Categories: Annual Print, Current Issue, Feature, Outdoor Living, People, Tips & Trends|Tags: , , , |

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

103, 2018

Brie Arthur Speaks at Nashville Lawn and Garden Show

By |March 1st, 2018|Categories: Outdoor Living, People, Tips & Trends|Tags: , , |

The 2018 Nashville Lawn and Garden Show has brought nationally recognized author, PBS correspondent and gardening expert Brie Arthur to town as its featured speaker at this year’s show, March 1-4 at The Fairgrounds Nashville, where Arthur will present “Perennial Combinations in the Foodscape Revolution” on Saturday, March 3, at 1 p.m. and “Foodscape Revolution Simplified” on Sunday, March 4,

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

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