By Allie Myszka Photography by Reed Brown Mark Botsko For Mark Botsko, owner of Hendersonville-based Botsko Builders, construction has always been a way of life. Botsko’s father sold and installed Andersen windows all throughout his childhood, and although he doesn’t have any formal education in design or construction, Botsko learned everything he needed to be successful—and more—from being
When Trading Spaces premiered on TLC on October 13, 2000, the world of design TV was a fairly new place, and the show’s instant popularity is credited with sparking the nation’s now-obsession with home design programming. The formula of the reboot is the same as the original - two sets of neighbors get two days and $2,000 to transform two
By Allie Myszka Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck After living in their Clarksville home for years, Melinda and Chad Byard decided the dark, cramped interior of the house didn't exactly match the open, beautiful land on which it was situated. So through an extensive renovation and incredible attention to detail, Principal Designer Connie Vernich of Vernich Interiors saw to it
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1. Furniture Be most cost-conscious of your pieces that require the most fabric like a big couch or large window. Choose heavy duty, comfortable and affordable fabric on these items and choose a more expensive fabric for the pillows. It’s the same idea as taking an inexpensive black skirt with a great cut and pairing it with an expensive blouse.
2011 saw the return of the Middle Tennessee Parade of Homes and Grove Park Construction took the top honors. Nashville Interiors takes you on a tour of this winning house.
In designing spaces that really work, there’s a list of considerations that blend together to create a home that feels good. Daylight, interesting views, material choices, correct proportions and flow. Since homes are places where people have to function, good flow results in an efficient use of space that is still aesthetically pleasing. There are two main areas you have