November 14, 2017

Nashville Interiors Magazine – Fall/Winter Issue Launch Party

If there was one magazine we were sure to ALWAYS pick up on the newsstand, it was Nashville Interiors Magazine! No longer, however, will you find this amazing publication “for sale” across the state. Hollie Deese has recently stepped into the role of publisher for the magazine and is changing things up for the better. She has increased production from once a year to twice a year and printing around 10,000 copies instead of only 6,000-7,000! It was also her goal to remove them from newsstands and instead, focus on targeted, free distribution across Middle Tennessee. If you stay at the Omni Hotel for example, you will find one in each room on the nightstand.

Recently, the magazine had their Fall/Winter Issue Launch Party and we were lucky enough to participate in this awesome event. Hosted during the 2017 Brentwood Parade of Homes, the evening was spent inside a gorgeous 7,771 square foot English Country home built by Castle Homes. From the handmade bricks on the exterior to the tile work in the powder to, my personal favorite, the hand-carved limestone fireplace mantel, the home's design was impeccable and the craftsmanship… flawless.  To describe the catering as ‘delicious' would be an understatement; Sinema never disappoints with their unique flavor combinations.  Amazing charcuterie, fruit and cheese boards, mini truffle quiches and signature cocktails proudly displayed on the carrara marble counters in the kitchen sealed the deal as one of the best launch parties I've attended in quite some time.

Congratulations to Hollie and her hardworking team for the successful launch of your Fall/Winter issue; we are proud to have sponsored this beautiful publication. As Middle Tennessee's premier building and design guide, we will continue to look for this amazing magazine to discover the hottest design trends in Nashville!


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