About the Cover The inspiration for this kitchen’s color scheme was the pinky-coral tile – it looks like a sunset, and is uninterrupted by switches and outlets! Opaque taupe cabinets are a decided break from white or stained wood. Polished nickel cabinet hardware echoes the shape of the chandeliers. Kitchen by Bohnne Jones, Decorating Den Interiors http://bohnne.decoratingden.com/ 615-469-7334
About the Cover Freestanding tubs with floor mounted tub fillers have become more popular in today’s bathroom design. Flooring stands out in a bath and tile is the #1 choice.
Put a splash of blue into your design mix this year. Blue is the color of the year for 2020. This design was created for new owners of an existing home. Outdoor seating and dining galore is featured in this covered space and adjacent brick patio. Slate grey iron furniture is made comfy with pale grey cushions and blue accent pillows. A blue outdoor rug defines the ‘sitting room’ and outdoor rated lamp provides soft evening illumination. A combination of round and rectangle dining tables accommodate 10 on the patio. Photo courtesy of Decorating Den Interiors.
Pretty in Pink The magic of the holiday season and it’s variety of colors in inspiring. This year’s decorating ranges from jewel tones, all shades of pink and blue to the traditional red and green. Don’t forget to add those magical touches of silver and gold to make your holiday decorating complete.
Tucked in the back of the lot, this home tucked away in the neighborhood between 12 South and Green Hills is spacious with a gourmet kitchen and is professionally landscaped. The 3,372 square foot home is offered for sale by Gabriela Lira, real estate broker at REMAX Masters. For more information call 615/ 440-6327 or visit GabrielaLira.com. Photo by Garett Buell.
Peaceful elegance describes this bathroom in a multi-million dollar home in The Grove in College Grove, TN. Designed by Summer Ignagni at Let It Be Design Company, the house was built by Hatcliff Construction. This home is for sale by Susan Gregory of Parks Realty. www.homesaroundnashvilletn.com.
Contemporary kitchens feature flush cabinetry, stylized tile, and modern lines such as those found in this small kitchen. Subway tile is branching out to embrace more colors, finishes, and profiles such as the beveled edges shown here.
Imperial Dragon wallpaper in turquoise and coral sets off the Bennett settee in Ellis Herringbone woven fabric in cream with pillows in Mesa Ikat fabric in blue, Ogden embroidery woven fabric in coral, and the coordinating Imperial Dragon printed fabric. For more information visit www.thibautdesign.com.
Summer Classics’ outdoor furnishings promise beauty, comfort, and easy living. The company’s Croquet Teak collection—sturdy and timeless—features a handsome, classic look with hand carved detailing. The pieces are available in natural teak and oyster teak finishes. For information call 615/ 783-1889 or visit www.summerclassics.com.
Holiday decorating runs from traditional colors including red, white, and green, as well black, purple, natural shades, metallics, and everything in between. This living room is both festive and relaxing with a combination of turquoise, sparkling lights, and neutral furnishings. For inspiration visit the Vintage Market Days event Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville.