29th Annual Southern Women’s Show Returns with a New Look The Southern Women’s Show returns to Nashville April 30-May 3 with a new look and a startling list of stars and attractions for a smart and stylish 2015. In its 29th year, the show has rolled out a whimsical new logo that hints at festive entertainment and fun, according to Stacy Abernethy, executive show manager. Show hours are from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
New Premier Home Tour for Nashville Symphony launches Premier Signature Home June 12-28 Castle Homes, builder of the 2013 Southern Living Idea House, is launching a Premier Signature Home open house June 12-28 in the Hunterdon neighborhood in Forest Hills in Southern Davidson County. Built by Castle Homes, the home will feature the latest in home building, interior design, architecture, and outdoor living space. The elegance and charm of a Southern Contemporary Folk style home will showcase the latest home interior design and building in a new signature home event, Nashville Symphony Show House, Being built by Castle Homes in …
Voting is closed for the 2015 Readers’ Favorites We’ll be announcing the 2015 Reader’s Favorites Winners in our next issue of Nashville House & Home & Garden™ magazine. We are currently notifiying the winners. Thanks for all of your votes this year. Look forward to sharing the results with you. You can pick up a current copy of Nashville House & Home & Garden Magazine at a Publix Store or your favorite Home & Garden Stores throughout the Greater Nashville Area.
Nashville Lawn & Garden Show 2015 Gardens of Eden is the theme for the 2015 Nashville Lawn & Garden Show, scheduled for March 5 through 8. Participating garden companies are creating a paradise with their displays. Featuring an acre of live gardens, this year’s show has added a Wine Festival on March 7. “The Garden of Eden was the first garden and obviously the best. The Garden of Eden also contained a mix of all forms of gardening such as flowering plants, fruits & vegetables not unlike what we are striving for today,” says Randall Lantz, co-manager of the Nashville …
Accessibility, Outdoor Improvements Top List The demand for larger homes is on the rise, according to a recentl survey by the American Institute of Architects, which also indicates a greater interest in accessibility features and outdoor living spaces.
Five Simple Tips to Enhance Your Home’s Personality Your home can say a lot about you. A state-of-the-art kitchen outfitted with a double oven likely means you enjoy cooking and entertaining friends and family. Likewise, a backyard complete with play sets, a treehouse or a basketball hoop is a sure sign your house is also a hangout for the neighborhood kids. “My house is more than just a haven for my family. It’s a real life scrapbook, art gallery and personal sanctuary,” says Michelle Hinkley, mom to three young boys and the lady behind the home and lifestyle blog www.4men1lady.com. …
Plan More Time for Outdoor Living Daylight-Saving Time not only signals the onset of longer days, but also the beginning of the outdoor living season. Homeowners shopping for new outdoor furnishings this year will find fresh colors, surprising new motion furniture, and maximum value in all categories.
Readers Favorites Named for 2011 Readers of Greater Nashville House & Home & Garden™ have once again cast their votes for their favorites—their favorite designers, builders, landscapers, “little known” stores, and more. If you’re looking for a service provider and aren’t sure who to choose, try one of these—they’ve received the stamp of approval from readers of the only home resource guide serving the Middle Tennessee area.
Pantone Picks Color of the Year for 2011: Pantone 18-2120 Honeysuckle Pantone LLC, a global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, recently announced PANTONE 18-2120 Honeysuckle, a reddish pink, vibrant, energetic hue, as the color of the year for 2011.
Beware of Fly-by-Night Home Repair Businesses Offering Help with Storm Cleanup Also, Nashville Codes Department Offers Help, Advice As Tennesseans cope with repairs and cleanup work following the recent flooding, Secretary of State Tre Hargett warns them to be wary of unlicensed and unregistered businesses offering to provide help. Also, there’s information from the Nashville codes department intended to help those rebuilding. Other advice for deadling with flood damage can be found at www.rononrestoration.blogspot.com.