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Hot Interior Design & Building Trends Seminar



A seminar focusing on the Hottest Interior Design and Home Building trends is scheduled 10 A.M.-3 P.M. on Friday, July 22, sponsored by Nashville House & Home & Garden Magazine, Dale, Inc., Sun Windows, and Ferguson Enterprises.

Find out about the newest design trends, textures, finishes, colors, and their uses for your home. If you're planning to build or do remodeling, or if you are making some changes to sell your house, this panel of experts will guide you through the maze of items including home technology, energy saving appliances, and more.

You won't want to miss the opportunity to bring your questions to local experts. You'll hear about how to incorporate colors and textures in your home. Did you know that building a new home may involve answering 30,000 questions—and can you imagine making those decisions without a guide to help prevent from making expensive decisions you'll live to regret.

FInd out which are the most important area in which to invest your building dollars  when renovating your home to get the most return for your money. The experts will discuss where to splurge and where to save.

You'll learn everything you ever wanted to know about building your custom dream home from David Patton, one of the Nashville area's top custom home builders, and Carol Carter, a leading interior designer. They'll discuss the latest trends in colors, finishes, cabinet styles, tile, granite, marble, and more.
Don't miss this seminar that will answer all of your questions while saving you money when building your dream home or remodeling and updating the home that you're in.

Featured speakers include Carol Carter of Carol Carter Design, Michelle Moore hostess of The Power of Real Estate radio show, and David Patton of David Patton Construction.

Seating is extremely limited and includes lunch. Advanced reservations are required for this first-of-its-kind event. Tickets are $65 per person.

To register, click here. For more information call 615/ 302-0008.


The Coming Decade for Residential Design 2016-2025

Adaptable, connected homes are here, but changes in scale and function will define the home of the (near) future.In an article for AIA Architect, authors Kermit Baker and Jennifer Riskus dissect the American Institute of Architects' recent home design trends survey report that although it seems that the design of U.S. homes will undergo fairly significant changes in the coming decade, the changes will be driven by economic and demographic developments instead of Jetsons-era innovations.


Readers Favorites Awards 2016

Readers of Nashville House & Home & Garden™ have cast their votes for their 2016 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™.



Shopping Hendersonville

Hendersonville has lots to offer those attracted to home decorating shops and services. This city, nestled against the lake, offers furniture, flooring, art, plumbing fixtures, outdoor furnishings, and lots of unusual finds.


Ask a Designer

Two shades chosen as

Pantone Color 2016

Pantone, an X-Rite company and the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, recently announced that PANTONE 15-3919 (Serenity) and PANTONE 13-1520 (Rose Quartz), are both the PANTONE® Color of the Year selection for 2016.



Annual Attraction

Say “flowers” and most people think “annuals.” Of course there are all kinds of flowering plants for residential landscapes. Perennials, vines, shrubs, trees—they all have flowers. However, it is annuals that win everyone’s heart. For many homeowners they are landscape mainstays. Why do we love them? Let’s count the ways.


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