By Kelsey Conner It's hard to believe the 28th Annual Nashville Antiques and Garden Show is already a month behind us, and we still can't get it out of our mind, from the tulips, azaleas and hydrangeas that tempted with thoughts of warmer weather to the artists throughout the gallery that sparked our imaginations. Here are some of our favorite
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,
Mark Deutschmann cares about Nashville. That much is obvious to anyone who has known the Village Real Estate founder a long time, or has just met him through the course of their day. In Nashville real estate since the late 1980s, the trained zoologist actually used to work with killer whales in British Columbia before moving into a house on
Libby Callaway moved to East Nashville in 2010, and most days you can find her in one of her favorite rooms in her house: the dining room. It’s a good thing she likes the space so much – it’s where she entertains, eats and works running her business, The Callaway. The communication and media company works with creative brands
Enjoy our first official digital issue. Now, when you're out shopping and planning, you'll be able to pull up Nashville Interiors on your ipad or smartphone and remind yourself of what those cabinets looked like that you loved or where that cool accessory was that you wanted to buy.
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.
When designing a new home, most homeowners are tempted to go about it in reverse, choosing the details before they really have a complete overall plan. Nashville architect Terry Bates advises, “You should always start with an overall general concept and move to specific design or you’ll either be over budget, or you’ll have to settle for less than you
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