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JUL-AUG 2019

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JULY/AUGUST 2019 Vol 19 No 4 TM & GARDEN G R E A T E R N A S H V I L L E HOUSE & HOME T H E C O M P L E T E R E S O U R C E M A G A Z I N E F O R Y O U R H O M E editor's note PUBLISHER ............................................Lori Fisk-Conners VP EDITORIAL ............................................Nanci P. Gregg CONTRIBUTING WRITERS ..............................Lisa Snyder, .................................................................Nancy Maloney ASSISTANT EDITOR.................................Starshield Lortie ASSISTANT EDITOR ........................................Josh Ziegler PHOTOGRAPHER ............................................Jaime Rock GRAPHIC DESIGN.....................................Michael Snyder COMPTROLLER.......................................Heidi C. Johnson COLLECTION MANAGER ..................Cheryl Schenk-Erlich DISTRIBUTION MANAGER ...........................Will Conners CIRCULATION MANAGER ...............................John Gregg N ASHVILLE HOUSE & HOME & GARDEN ™ (H&H&G) is published by Publishing & Marketing Solutions, Inc. H&H&G re- serves the right to determine the suitability of all mate- rials submitted for publication and to edit all submitted materials for clarity and space. H&H&G is a news- magazine with emphasis on interior design and remod- eling. H&H&G does not knowingly accept false or misleading advertising or editorial content, nor does H&H&G or its staff assume responsibility should such advertising or editorial content appear in any publica- tion. Readers are encouraged to notify H&H&G when they suspect false or misleading advertising is pub- lished. Before attempting any renovation or repair project mentioned in H OUSE & HOME & GARDEN ™ , readers are ad- vised to consult with professional home repair and reno- vation specialists for assistance, and to take any and all appropriate safety precautions. H OUSE & HOME & Garden ™ has not independently tested any services or products advertised herein and has verified no claims made by its advertisers regarding those services or products. HOUSE & HOME & Garden ™ makes no warranties or representations and assumes no liability for claims regarding those serv- ices or products or claims made by advertisers regarding such products or services. Readers are advised to consult with the advertiser and/or other home repair and reno- vation professionals regarding any such claims and re- garding the suitability of an advertiser's products. No re- production of printed materials is permitted without the consent of the Publisher. Copyright 2019, all rights reserved. Subscriptions available for home delivery at a cost of $30.00 per year. NASHVILLE HOUSE & HOME & GARDEN ™ 1700 Witt Way Drive Spring Hill, TN 37174 615/ 302-0008 • Fax 615/ 302-2900 www.houseandhomenashville.com lori@houseandhomenashville.com facebook: @nashvillehouseandhome twitter.com/nashvillehhgmag SALES 615-302-0008 Follow Us On I t's time for family vacations and considering home projects that will keep us inside and out of the heat. For the feeling that you're on vacation without leaving home, check out the narrow- lot house with a beachy feel in Franklin's Berry Farms neighbor- hood—designed by architect Michael Katsaitis. And take a glimpse at a home in Adams, Tennessee, to see how technology is allowing a disabled veteran to live a more independ- ent life. The hands-free screens allow him to access lights, sound, and more through facial recognition. If you're thinking about mixing it up in the color department in the coming months, you won't want to miss our article about paint and color with advice from the experts on page 38. Next to kitchens, bathrooms are the rooms we most want to remodel. Check out the latest trends in our article on page 26. And on page 44 you'll find information about healthy homes. We have lots of content and recipes on our website that we don't have room for in our printed pages, so be sure to take a look at: www.houseandhomenashville.com We love to inspire you with home design ideas and great recipes, so enjoy! Follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/nashvillehouseandhome) for more recipes, events, and giveaways. —Nanci Gregg, Editor www.houseandhomenashville.com shopping cool springs Cool Springs is home to numerous home decor and home product stores. 8 cooking Take a look at these recipes from Chef Cas- sidee of Blackberry Farm in Wayland. 18 bead it Whether wood or glass, beads are a hot look for today's lighting fixtures. 20 smart home for veteran Facial recognition sofware makes this home very user friendly for an area veteran. 22 bathroom trends Hot bathroom trends include calm colors, floating vanities, and pops of color . 30 paint—don't be afraid of color Paint is certainly the easiest way to change a room or a home—don't be afraid of color. 38 healthy home Homeowners today are more interested than ever in living in a healthy home. 44 great home for a narrow lot This land-locked Urban Coastal Farmhouse takes advantage of its narrow lot. 50 in the garden 46 green interiors 48 around town 53 50 8 18 Peaceful elegance describes this bath- room in a multi-million dollar home in The Grove in College Grove, TN. Designed by Summer Ignagni at Let It Be Design Company, the house was built by Hatcliff Construction. This home is for sale by Susan Gregory of Parks Realty. www.homesaroundnashvilletn.com. 30

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