Locals lead Southern Living home’s design team


Locals lead Southern Living home’s design team

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A team of Middle Tennessee’s best designers has been chosen to bring the charm and beauty of Southern Living magazine to this fall’s Southern Living Showcase Home being built by Brentwood’s Castle Homes.
The design team will be headed by Castle Homes’ designers Caroline Weigel and Heather Looney, both of Brentwood.

Castle Homes is partnering with Southern Living magazine and LP Building Products in presenting the $1.2 million, French Country style home that will be in the Dorset Park neighborhood off of Granny White Pike near Old Hickory Boulevard.

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Brentwood Home Page news reports

A team of Middle Tennessee’s best designers has been chosen to bring the charm and beauty of Southern Living magazine to this fall’s Southern Living Showcase Home being built by Brentwood’s Castle Homes.

Today in BHP Real Estate
  • Top story: Recent storm damage brings tree care to mind
  • Where we live: Bridgeton Park
  • Showcase Home: Westhaven wonder perfect for entertaining
  • Property transfers and more

The design team, headed by Castle Homes’ designers Caroline Weigel and Heather Looney, both of Brentwood, includes Williamson County designers Dana Goodman, ASID, of Dana Goodman Interiors and Lee Shacklock of Lee Shacklock Interior Design. The team also includes designers Kippie Leland, ASID, Leland Interiors, LLC; Jennifer Jones, Allied ASID, Jennifer Jones, Inc.; Jerome Farris, Peddler Interiors; Kristen Finney, Allied ASID, Finney Interiors; Beth Jones, ASID, The Interior Collection; Amanda Burdge, Allied ASID, AB HOME Interiors, INC.; Treesa Hudson, Allied ASID, and Candyce Havenstrite, Bradford’s Interiors.

An addition to the design team are two decorative finish artisans, Bella Tucker Decorative Finishes of Franklin and Mojo Faux of Murfreesboro, that have been selected to create unique powder baths.

Castle Homes is partnering with Southern Living magazine and LP Building Products in presenting the $1.2 million, French Country style home that will be in the Dorset Park neighborhood off of Granny White Pike near Old Hickory Boulevard. The Ronald McDonald House was named as the benefitting charity.

Alan Looney, Castle Homes president, said the designers will be bringing an incredible infusion of new design ideas while helping the worthy children’s charity.

 “We are very pleased tour visitors will get to see the latest in design inspiration while helping Ronald McDonald House Charities provide a home away from home for families of critically ill children receiving care in Nashville area hospitals,” Looney said.  “The Southern Living Showcase Home will have two, adorable children’s rooms highlighting environmentally sensitive paints and materials. This select team of designers has been chosen for their incredible commitment to excellence in home design as well as their creative and cutting edge interior design work.”

The entire building process will be chronicled through Facebook, Twitter and YouTube videos available via the Castle Homes website at www.castlehomes.com.

The Southern Living Showcase Home takes place Oct. 22 through Nov. 6. The last ‘Idea House’ in the area was held in Governors Club over 10 years ago.

“A Southern Living Showcase Home has the latitude to present the latest in our region’s best products with a great Nashville flair and excellent home design,” Looney said. “The excitement is really building for a Southern Living home which reflects the charming lifestyle and entertaining ideas seen monthly in the United States’ sixth largest monthly consumer magazine.

“We are translating this inspiration into our own version of unique Tennessee living that will be a fun and rewarding experience for everyone involved.”

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Kelly Gilfillan is the owner-publisher of Home Page Media Group which has been publishing hyperlocal news since 2009.

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