Preserving History in All Its Glory

These days, if something doesn’t work well or doesn’t look good, it’s likely to be thrown out and replaced with something new. Some things, however, like old buildings steeped in history, cannot be so easily replaced, nor should they be. 

Home Is Where You Make It

If one has lived in Williamson County long enough, one might remember the WAKM radio tower that stood on Mallory Station Road for more than 60 years. Like a lot of other beloved Middle Tennessee locations, history is getting new life breathed into it. In the location where Elvis once would “drop by” and country duo the Judds played frequently, a new active lifestyle, 55-plus community…

Any Way You Frame It

Artwork is often treated as the last piece of the interior design puzzle. Paint colors, furniture, flooring, even lighting gets center stage before anyone even thinks about what to put on the walls of your home. But the right frame around a treasured family photograph or a piece of artwork that you just love really makes a room appear finished. The right…

Spring into Home

Welcome to March, where opportunities seem unlimited with the introduction to spring. It’s the season of transitioning from cold to warm, from short days to longer ones, from hibernation to awakening, from bud to bloom.  Personally, I love the possibilities of springtime. I envision being able to actually put into action many of the things … Continued

March 2019 Around Town

Williamson Medical Center Recognized for Safety and Quality Williamson Medical Center has recently been recognized with a number of prestigious national and regional awards for outstanding patient safety and medical quality. CareChex, a division of Comparion, has named Williamson Medical Center among the top 100 hospitals for medical excellence in overall surgical care and top … Continued

‘The Nashville Mom’ Dawn Burns Partners with Ruby Sunshine for Biscuit Making

Ruby Sunshine is an all-day brunch eatery coming soon to downtown Franklin! The Nashville Mom, aka Dawn Burns, hosted an intimate cooking class experience with Ruby Sunshine's culinary director, Monica Larousse, in her home. Guests learned how to make Ruby Sunshine’s signature fluffy biscuits. Photography by the Nashville Mom

From Window Washing to HGTV

In 1982, as a student at MTSU, Mark Williams started a small gig washing windows and doing odd jobs. Fast forward to today, and he’s grown what started as his small enterprise into one of the largest remodeling companies in the U.S., RSU Contractors. Their services have been featured on HGTV's Property Brothers with remodels in the Franklin and Brentwood areas. Recently, RSU has partnered with Ellen Sherwood…

Franklin, Brentwood and Green Hills Lifestyle Magazines Celebrate Health and Wellness

Business owners specifically focused on the health and wellness of the local community were invited to Modern Acupuncture in Brentwood to mix, mingle, network and even try acupuncture! The gathering recognized each magazine's January wellness issues. Photography by Zach Durbin  

Feeling Right at Home

Chef Chris Rains met his wife, Erica, 10 years ago. Shortly after, they founded The Chef & I. What started as a private chef service grew into a large-scale catering division, and within five years, the two opened their first restaurant in Lenox Village. They've recently opened their second Chef & I location in the Gulch. CEO Erica Rains shares their story.  

Defining Luxury

 Details  9,132 square feet  6 bedrooms