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Children’s rooms offer parents a way to express their children’s personalities and weave a little charm into their children’s surroundings, whether it’s a nursery, toddler’s room, or designed for a teenager. Designer showhouses are a great place to get ideas. This room display’s the Carson bedding collection from Glenna Jean.

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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 Lawn & Garden Show.

The Show is actually four unique shows in one. The centerpiece is the walk-through, interactive garden displays from some of Nashville's top landscape & gardening companies. Visitors can enjoy the floral design gallery with designs from 20+ of the region’s top floral designers on display. You can enjoy free lectures on a variety of topics ranging from beekeeping to edible gardens. The Marketplace includes 150+ vendors with 250 booths featuring a variety of plants, seeds, home décor, gardening equipment, books, and free advice for your next gardening project.

The Tennessee Farm Winegrowers Alliance is presenting a one-day-only Wine Festival during the event. It will feature locally produced wine from over a dozen of the state’s most celebrated wineries. Hours for the Wine Festival are noon-7 p.m. the cost $12, in addition to the admission charge for the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show.

Wine Festival wrist bands will be available inside the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show and will allow the purchaser to enjoy wine tastings, a complimentary wine glass, and have the opportunity to purchase wine produced in the Volunteer State.

Tickets to the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show are $10 for adults or $9 for seniors 65 and older. Tickets are available online and on site.

The Wine Festival will be located near the rear of the garden building, in an area separated from the gardens. ID’s will be checked and anyone entering the Wine Festival area must present a valid photo ID, age 21 and older.

The Nashville Lawn and Garden Show runs Thursday, March 5 through Sunday, March 8, at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. It attracts more than 18,000 people annually from around the mid-south region and is one of the largest gardening events in the southeast. All events are indoors. For additional information, call the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show office at 615-876-7680 or visit






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.



Shopping Lebanon

Long known for a myriad of downtown antiques stores, offerings in Lebanon today also include home decor, plumbing fixtures, lighting, and accessories.


Ask a Designer

What Are the Colors of the Year for 2015?

Q. I’ve been keeping up with decorating trends, because I’m having a custom home built which will be ready at the end of the year. Several design blogs are talking about new colors, but the colors are really different from each other.  Who is the authority on color? I’m intrigued with marsala, but most things I’m seeing are brighter.  I’m good at planning things, and I don’t want to get stuck with a color I can’t work with after all my hard work! How long will the bright colors last? What goes with marsala?—M.B.

A.  The selections for color of the year were announced in early December for 2015. The colors are so new that showrooms don’t yet have fabrics stocked. You must really be doing your homework!



Oakleaf Hydrangeas

For years the experts have been telling us about the benefits of using native plants in our yards and gardens. Native plants are those that occur naturally in a regional area. Native species have evolved over time to thrive with biological and physical factors specific to their region such as soil, climate, and rainfall.


Holiday Gift Guide

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