Parade of Homes at Witherspoon Oct. 7-22 Construction is underway on the houses taking part in the 2017 Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes™. The highly anticipated custom home tour will open Saturday, October 7 and continue daily through Sunday, October 22 at the Witherspoon community in Brentwood. Hours are from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission is $12 per person and children 12 and under are admitted free of charge.
HBAMT Home Show Slated February 13-15 If you’re considering remodeling or redecorating your home, or would just like to see what’s new in home improvement, the HBAMT’s Home Show slated January 13-15 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds is a great place to start. Hours are 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $10 per person and children aged 12 and under are admitted free of charge.
2016 Home Show Slated January 29-31 The 2016 Home Show sponsored by the Home Builders of Middle Tennessee is scheduled January 29-31 at the Tennessee Stata Fairgrounds. Last year marked the show’s return to the state fairgrounds from the AgExpo Park in Williamson County and attendance, despite a weekend of bitter cold and ice drew remarkable crowds, according to Lori Fisk-Conners, past president of the HBAMT’s associates council and in charge of last year’s event.
Nolensville’s Sherwood Green Estates is the site for Parade of Homes™ sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee. Four homes built by three builders will be open for tours as part of the event. Parade builders are Arnold Homes, Landmark Homes of Tennessee, and Regent Homes. A sophisticated cottage, the Arnold Homes house features a courtyard entry, white painted brick, and an exposed brick fireplace. The great room showcases an exposed beam ceiling with an octagonal design and a stone fireplace. A dramatic two-story space graces the dining room and a dramatic Juliet balcony overlooks the area …
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Exploring Green Interiors – Furnishing Your Green Home—Sustainable Furniture We have worked together to create a sustainable base for your home through past articles on building products and space planning. Now for the fun part—furnishing and decorating! What characteristics do you hunt for in your search for greener home furnishings?
Don Lofstrom — Franklin Company Name: Cedarwright Custom Homes Describe your enthusiasm for building: I’ve been building Lindal Cedar Homes for 10 years with homes now in three states—Tennessee, Kentucky, and Alabama. Building background: I started in construction building geodisic domes and custom adobe homes while in graduate school in Las Cruces, New Mexico, back in the 1970s. What was your favorite aspect of this project? My favorite part of this project was bringing the outside in with walls of glass, large acccordian doors opening up to large decks. What makes a home more “livable”? A liveable home has …