Nashville House & Home & Garden™

MAY-JUN 2019

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M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 9 9 L o cated just off I-65 near 100 Oaks lies Berry Hill and what has come to be called the Design District. This area in- cludes everything from interior decor items housed in Gilchrist and Gilchrist's small bun- galow to the expansive home surplus items found at Southeastern Salvage. Tradi0ons in Tile and Stone's showroom features thousands of products from across the globe as well as materials from several American manufacturers. Visitors will find natural stone, ceramic, and porcelain 0les, as well as stone, glass, metal, and decora- 0ve 0le. Nearby, Emser Tile is the largest privately held designer and marketer of 0le and natu- ral stone in the United States. Featuring porcelain, ceramic, natural stone, decora0ve glass, and mosaic tile, the company's 70 locations and factory alliances in more than 20 countries means the latest trends are reflected in its showrooms. At Gilchrist Gilchrist, visitors will find a small house dedicated to all things shabby chic. Linens, lamps, and a variety of home decor items embrace the owner's love of all things white. A haven for candles, florals, and monogrammed gis, The Wreath Stand also features wall art, seasonal decor, tex0les and more. This cute shop recently moved from Goodle1sville and has found a niche in the de- sign district. Don't miss it! Those in search for Midtown Gallery Framers and York & Friends will be glad to know they've collaborated and now share space in Berry Hill where visitors will find Gary Tisdale's' excellent framing services combined with Ron York's tasteful and interes0ngly eclec0c collec0on of art, everything from wall art to po1ery and more. Central Woodwork's showroom feature a wide variety of windows, doors, moldings, stair parts, and related millwork. Central Woodwork maintains a large inventory of residen0al doors and is able to furnish spe- cial order needs quickly. The company's win- dows, built in Nashville, are popular for their tradi0onal appearance, rot-proof ma- terials, ease of installa0on, and affordability. N earby, Louisville Tile's showroom fea- tures the latest in 0le fashion, colors, fin- ishes, pa1erns, and textures, as well as a broad assortment of coordina0ng trims and decora0ve accent pieces. Whether you're planning a bathroom, kitchen, living space, or outdoor space, Louisville Tile has the staff and product—more than 25 0le brands—to put together the look you want. The staff of designers are on hand to help with your de- sign projects from start to finish. If you pro- vide your building plans the staff can help you select all of your flooring and 0le sur- faces. The L & L Flooring Company is a locally owned and operated flooring store that of- fers a wide selec0on of hardwood, carpet, 0le, resilient products, pet friendly prod- ucts, and green flooring solu0ons. Brands include Mohawk, Shaw, Dreamweaver, Arm- strong, and Bruce. Southeastern Salvage's buyers travel the world looking for "must have" products and great deals to pass on to the store's customers. Visitors can find virtually everything for their home—inside and out—from building materials and cabi- nets to home décor, lamps, and furniture. Mer- chandise varies from handmade products by ar0sts and cra!smen around the world as well as closeouts and liquida0on sales. Visitors will find the latest trends such as velvet couches, barn doors, light fixtures and more. Tagging its merchandise as furniture with a soul, Nadeau offers imported real wood furnishings that have a non-mass-produced feel at affordable prices. The selec0on varies from classic painted wood pieces to furni- ture with industrial and global styles. And some0mes a new pop of color or an unex- pected jolt of texture in a chair, a dresser, a table, or a storage unit is just what you need Photography by Jaime Rock Southeastern Salvage English & Company Peacock Alley Dalle berry hill

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