Snapshot: Behind the Scenes With AH&L


We recently headed to Tennessee for the Nashville Antiques & Garden Show, which hosted more than 150 antiques exhibitors as well as headliners like Diane Keaton, Blackberry Farm’s Kreiss Beall and Atlanta’s own Suzanne Kasler.

We listened to Richard Smith, design director for No.9 Thompson, speak about his new collection for Jim Thompson Fabrics, which we can’t wait to feature in an upcoming issue (so stay tuned for more details!). Pictured: ZELIG.  

We couldn’t resist stopping by the Trinity School‘s annual Spotlight on Art this month. The curated artist’s market featured more than 350 artists whose styles ranged from contemporary to folk.

At this year’s Cathedral Antiques Show, nine designers participated in Inspiration Avenue, each decorating a space that was inspired by the culture and style of a different country around the world. Here, Amy Morris took cues from the Bahamas’ beachy aesthetic.  

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