Parade of Homes Weaves Magic of Holidays
Magical holiday events combined with a spectacular array of decorating and building ideas awaits as the Parade of Homes returns December 6-21 to the beautiful Kings’ Chapel community in Arrington benefiting Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee.
The Parade homes are open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. (last ticket sold at 7 p.m.). The annual Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee event is presented by Reliant Bank and LP Building Products. Tickets ($12 for those 12+) are available online and at the gate. The 16-day home tour features DIY blogger trees and 12 Days of Christmas Parade of Homes related activities. An After The Parade Sale is scheduled from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Dec. 22.
Nashville’s premier home tour unleashes the creativity of four of the area’s top builders teamed with incredible designers and popular Do-It-Yourself (DIY) home bloggers. John Powell, Kings’ Chapel developer, says the homes, ranging from French Provincial to English Country, highlight the beauty of Williamson County while providing so many great ideas for visitors.
“Wrapped in 350 acres of green space, the Parade homes are packed with great home inspiration for kitchens, baths, and outdoor living. We’re also hosting 12 Days of Christmas fun events including a Southern Living Tablescapes Workshop with Lifestyle Garden Editor Carmen Johnston, a Mother/Daughter High Tea and a Santa’s Workshop,” Powell says. “Each of the festive homes has blogger decorated trees based on actual wishes of Make-A-Wish children with themes of the circus, Greece, the Grammys, and Comic Con. The pretty Balsam Hill pre-lite trees are also part of an on-going Parade of Homes silent auction,” Powell says.
The holiday Parade of Homes, chaired by David Crane, of Crane Builders, includes builder, designer and blogger teams: Arnold Homes LLC with Julie McCoy Interiors and home blogger,