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Company History

Company History

2016
2012
2006
2000
2016

2016

In order to expand her video production business, founder Kelly Magill sold Nashville Interiors magazine to Chattanooga resident Katherine Nash. New to publishing, Nash produced one issue but decided magazines were not her passion.

2012

2012

Writer Linda Bryant needed assistance writing content for the annual magazine. She brought in a former colleague from The Tennessean to assist, Hollie Deese. At the time, Hollie was working from home as a freelance writer while raising her young children, then ages 5 and 2.

2006

2006

Current Sales Director Pam Harper joined the Nashville Interiors after seeing their booth at the Southern Women’s Show that year. She was hired as a sales rep and over the years has built strong and lasting relationships in the design and development community.

2000

2000

Nashville Interiors magazine was founded by Kelly Magill as an annual resource guide for renovators and builders looking for trade resources in the design and build industry that was sold on newsstands.

From the Publisher

I’ll be honest – I started and stopped this letter many times before I hit file. Which is basically a metaphor about how I have felt the past few months, and most likely, how a lot of you have felt too. A burst of creativity or spark of drive to somehow improve on everything while life was put on pause just as quickly turned to inaction as decisions became harder to make with a future so uncertain.

But then I was able to come back to this issue after some weeks of reflection, and I got to revisit the content we had been working on in a whole new light, before everything changed.

Like the long-lasting friendship between Abigail Breslin and Emily Bache, better known as The Wanderlust Girls. Wardrobe stylists and fashion bloggers, the pair met in seventh grade and have been best friends for 20 years. After moving to Madison a few years ago, Abigail helped Emily through an unexpected cancer diagnosis that hammered home just how important they were to each other – and readied them to tackle 2020 with a renewed fervor after surviving the worst year of their lives.

It also made me look at the minuscule paper creations artist Jessica Saylor makes for her business Tiny Towns in a much more meaningful way as we watch beloved mainstays shut their doors, perhaps permanently. By capturing a business as paper art, she is documenting all the work and emotion someone puts into a dream that can be gone in an instant. But the art is a reminder of what was once achieved.

And we couldn’t welcome Circa Lighting to town at a more needed time, after weeks of life indoors we see now just how important the right light is for our mindset, our workflow and our sanity. Our feature focusing on different spaces where families gather hammers home how Circa helps create a mood that certainly feels like it means more than ever.

This season we hope you are finding refuge in your own homes, connecting with family and using spaces in a whole new way as we all hold on tight to what is really important.

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