July/August 2019 Cover

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.

Green Design: Outdoor Furnishings


Green Design: Outdoor Furnishings Have you been enjoying the lovely spring weather as much as I have? While it never lasts long enough, that perfectly crisp spring air compliments outdoor living so well. Luckily, we live in an area in which the weather compliments outdoor living throughout the summer. Outdoor dining, lounging, and sunning are a major part of the season. It only makes sense to have the perfect furniture pieces to support these leisurely activities. Surprisingly, purchasing outdoor furniture can be one of the most intimidating decisions for a homeowner. It is a substantial investment for something used only …

November/December 2018 Cover

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.

May/June 2018

This bathroom sports the latest in gray, black, and white and includes Pfister’s Tisbury collection. The collection is born of the Golden Age of Travel and reflects glamour, adventure, and class. It showcases complementary elements ranging from robe hooks to free- standing tub fillers. Image courtesy Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & LIghting Gallery. www.fergusonshowrooms.com

Gunnar’s Cottage: Former Duplex Finds New Life on Nashville Show

Former Duplex Finds New Life on Nashville Show When Shane Stratton of Stratton Exteriors and Urban Properties bought the modest house in Lockeland Springs and “flipped” it last year, little did he know that the buyer was Michael Lohmann. Lohmann, director of photography for Nashville, the television show that many credits in part with Nashville’s rise as a popular destination spot for tourists and newcomers, and has used it as a set for the show. The house showed up in season three as the new house that Gunnar Scott moves into—the house where Micah’s grandparents arrive to announce their guardianship …

Reader’s Favorites Awards 2018

Readers Favorites Awards 2018 Readers of Greater Nashville House & Home & Garden™ have cast their votes for their 2018 favorites—their favorite designers, builders, landscapers, and “little known” stores, just to name a few. If you’re looking for a service provider and aren’t sure who to choose, try one of our winners—they’ve received the stamp of approval from readers of the Nashville House & Home & Garden™. Air Conditioning Service 1st Place – Roscoe Brown, Inc. 2nd Place – Lee Company 3rd Place – Derryberry’s Heat & Air Antique Store 1st Place – Gaslamp Antiques 2nd Place – Rare Bird …

Outdoor Living Downtown – Vertical Gardening & More

        To say Nashville is changing would be an understatement. Vertical, residential developments are becoming the new norm as more and more people want to live in downtown, urban environments. The shift has inspired us to focus on outdoor living for everyone, not just homeowners with under utilized screened porches. Here are our top 3 tips for outdoor living, urban dweller edition!   Terrace/Patio Gardens As we see more and more Nashville high rise buildings go up, we think it’s high time we paid attention to vertical living and the implications it has on urban living. If …

January/February 2018

This kitchen featuring Cambria’s Ella includes an open pantry in a separate space behind the stove and hood. It features open shelves, glass-fronted cabinets, and small appliances to make the homeowner’s life convenient while keeping many kitchen items and food prep out of sight

September/October 2017

About the Cover:  Designers say warmth is coming back to homes who have been stripped down to gray and marble for several years. And this room certainly says it all, combing fabrics from Thibaut’s Greenwood collection with striped wallpaper and pillows that tie the room’s tones together.