Kitchen Tip 1: Instead of creating a palette of complementary colors, stick to similar tones and vary the textures. Brooke used reclaimed Chicago brick for a backsplash and whitewashed it to match the cabinetry. Similar tones were mirrored when selecting the granite countertops. Save the color for accents.
Steve and Joy Chamberlin bought their West Hills split-level home the summer of 1990. With their then-3- and 5-year-olds and one on the way, the Chamberlins had plenty of room to spare and the kind of backyard that begs for busy children. The large, looming magnolia tree was well-suited for climbers.
Now in its 35th year serving families and individuals living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, Alzheimer’s Tennessee is in the midst of one of its largest fundraisers—literally. As in, 14 acres large.
Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography Elena Ganusova Tucked away on a hillside less than 15 minutes from Turkey Creek is an equestrian farm on a little more than 12 acres. Built in 2001 by a dressage rider and purchased by the current owners in 2005, Sycamore Hollow is must-see for those in the market for space to ride and room…
Article Jennie Treadway-Miller | Photography Elena Ganusova Three years ago, Melanie Alexander, owner of Alma Diem, caught a vision for her life: to create a peaceful community. Already an entrepreneur and businesswoman, Melanie felt a strong calling to take a next step, to bring other business people together, to build a space where God’s presence was not only felt but…
When the Joneses decided to build their home 10 years ago, their love for Old World style was the only way to go. They sought out an architect—Ron Hill of EuroWorld Designs—who drew inspiration from places he traveled to across Europe. For Alicia Jones, it was love at first sight.
A curving driveway suddenly opens to an expansive view, with a modern home situated amidst the mature trees. With the foliage surrounding the home on a large lot, it seems both part of nature and a separate marvel.
It’s a French country manor with an emphasis on fitness. With more than 9 acres of woods to hike through (or zip line through, if you’re in a hurry), an in-ground pool and a professional fitness room, you’re sure to stay in shape.
Situated on more than 6 acres, 1928 Rudder Lane is a prestigious estate with an ideal location, lush landscaping, luxury amenities and breathtaking views. It feels as though it were picked out of the country and deposited within five minutes of the conveniences of Northshore Drive.