‘Believe’ DIY Tutorial

We are so excited to share this fun project with all of you for the holidays! DIY wood signs are so trendy right now and they can make a big impact in any home’s décor. AR Workshop in Nashville and Franklin specializes in teaching customers to make stylish and custom décor pieces for their homes. At AR Workshop, supplies include large stencils, Sherwin Williams® paint, wood, laughter, and wine. But… you can also accomplish a similar project at home. Materials Needed 1. A piece of wood (any size you desire) 2. Print Out (or trace) of the word(s) you would …

Holiday Decorating Trends

This year’s holiday trends embrace traditional red, white, and green, as well as the natural themes found in previous years. Sophisticated designs might lean toward metallics in natural colors. I’ve seen a lot of colors from rich purple to teal in addition to black and white trees too! Wide ribbon is still very popular in many various textures from velvets to faux fur and suede. Combine natural textures and colors with sparkle to create that special Holiday magic in your home. Use vintage ornaments from your family and add new colors into your tree for an updated look. Blend traditional …

November/December Cover 2013

                                      Pretty mesh burlap weaves through greenery sprinkled with frosted magnolia blooms on the chevron patterned front door of the Southern Living Idea House decorated by ReCreations Furniture and Interiors for the holidays. Open for tour through December 29, the house was built by Castle Homes at Fontanel. The five-building project also features tree ornaments in the guest house from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Photo by Ethan Pugh. For more information about the Southern Living Idea House see our article here. …

November/December 2012

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About the Cover Whimsical, holiday magic wraps the staircase of the Charleston Single built by Castle Homes for the Evans in Green Hills’ Abbottsford. Enhancing the staircase’s classic black and white color palette and delicate scrollwork, Gabriel’s Garden in Brentwood wove enchanting shades of silver, white, blue, and green with delicate floral elements to create a dreamy holiday setting. Photo by Peyton Hoge in conjunction with ForestHome Meda. See our section about holiday decorating here. Like us on facebook!  Click here