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GOOD WOOD Nashville

Picture 7 Owner of Good Wood Nashville, Dave Puncochar is pictured in front of a custom wall in Pub 5 downtown Nashville and adjacent to his stunning floors in The Cordelle a beautiful event space in Rutledge Hill.

ABOUT THE BUSINESS: Good Wood Nashville was created when Dave Puncochar and his wife Jenny bought their 102-year-old Victorian home in East Nashville. The home had beautiful, old growth poplar floors, and the search to match and repair those floors is what birthed Good Wood Nashville. Through the search, they found the beauty of reclaimed lumber irresistible and had to get more involved with using it to create works of art in and around Nashville. Below, Dave, Jenny and their three children are in front of a Good Wood project for the Nashville Zoo’s kangaroo habitat.

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 THE LUMBER STORE: I love how approachable the Good Wood team is to work with starting with access to their lumber store. The lumber store is where Good Wood supplies reclaimed, kiln-dried (ensuring it is insect free) barn wood, beams and joists to furniture builders, cabinet shops, and diy’ers. The lumber store is open to the public Monday-Saturday 8-5.

The is NO minimum purchase required.

Prices are marked for easy browsing.

Species range from:  walnut, cherry, oak, poplar, beech, wormy chestnut, maple and other indigenous species.

They can supply the wood to you, your builder, ship nationwide and install custom elements in your home or business.

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FINISHED WORKS:

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EXTERIORS:

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SCOUTED: GOOD WOOD NASHVILLE

1015 W Kirkland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37216

615-697-9663- p

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SCOUTED: Skipwith Hall

RwmOdp_gbRIFj08Wp_kAOk4YpChinSo0X4aS3fL5DmM Skipwith Harlan Hill or Skipwith Hall is a historic home located just south of Nashville in Columbia, TN. This beautiful home was built in the 1800s for Revolutionary War hero Nathaniel Greene’s daughter Lady Cornelia Greene Skipwith and her husband Sir Peyton. The homestead was built on 1,100 acres of the original 25,000 acre land grant. In the late 1830’s Skipwith Hall was acquired by Major General Ben F. Harlan who developed a successful horse and mule breeding operation on the property. Harlan employed Maury County master builder Nathan Vaught to add six pillars and a sweeping veranda to the house making Skipwith Hall a distinctive monument to the Planter Age in Middle Tennessee. The newly renovated Skipwith Hall is now available to rent for hosting events.

IMG_7215-Edit-Edit Luxurious bedrooms for the bride and wedding party to get ready on-site.

IMG_7156-Edit Beautiful kitchen to keep your champagne cold. There is also a state-of-the-art catering kitchen located adjacent to the house.

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9ee8537922ef0a354ef7783467dde1f4 Huge outdoor patio space perfect for dancing the night away and additional restrooms for your guests.

Skipwith Hall is a unique venue that has been meticulously thought through to be both breathtaking and party ready.  To check availability or to see the total transformation of the space via before and after photos of visit: Skipwithharlanhill.com.

Do not wait too long because Spring wedding dates fill up quickly and remember to Tell Them SCOUT Sent YOU!

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Merry Tender Tennessee Christmas from TSG Nashville

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DAVID ARMS

Picture 13 Nashville artist David Arms is a wonderful addition to TSG Nashville Volume III. He is a gifted painter, tastemaker and great person. His gallery pictured above and below is located in a former barn in Leiper’s Fork. At his gallery you can view his original works or purchase the most unique gifts for yourself and friends as he sells an assortment of curated coffee table books, one-of-a-kind neck and bow ties in collaboration with Otis James using vintage fabric, custom-scented candles and more.

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The-Lamb-•-43x43 “THE LAMB” 43 x 43 Acrylic on Wood

No-Fear-•-21x25 “No Fear” 21 x 25 Acrylic on Wood

Chickadee-•-7x7 “Chickadee” 7 x 7 Acrylic on Wood

In addition to original works David also sells Giclee Reproductions. If you are unfamiliar with this technique you can read more about this process on his website, link below.

  These beautiful and unique note cards can be purchased individually or as a set for less than $20.00.

-4 Make a point to explore Leiper’s Fork and when you do stop in David Arms Gallery. I guarantee that it will be an experience that will make your day and you may find a painting to enhance your home for days to come.

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David Arms Gallery

4136 Old Hillsboro Road, Franklin, TN 37064

615.628.8561

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Holiday Gift Guide

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1. Shirt available at J Michaels Clothiers.

2. Shoes available at Haymakers & Co.

3. Custom neck or bow ties made from vintage fabrics from David Arms in collaboration with Otis James.

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4.  Midnight open scalloped round drop shield earrings by Armenta from Cindi Earl Fine Jewelry.

5. Give gift cards for spa services or get holiday party ready at Escape Day Spa & Salon.

6. Sisley Makeup Remover or any product by Sisley is great and only available at Private Edition in Nashville.

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7. A new piece of art work or custom framing a family photo at Bennett Galleries Nashville is a gift to be admired year-round.

8. Are you stocked up on wine for your holiday dinners, champagne for dessert and New Year’s? How about a bottle of bourbon for your dad? Grapevine Wine & Spirits can make suggestions sure to please your crowd.

9. M Street gift cards make great stocking stuffers or corporate gifts. The gift cards can be used at all M Street locations including MOTO Enoteca, Kayne Prime, Virago, Saint Anejo, Tavern or Whiskey Kitchen.

 

Remember to SHOP LOCALLY this holiday season and TELL Them SCOUT Sent YOU!

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Julie Couch Interiors

Julie Couch is a mom, wife, and interior designer. Below is a small sampling of her recent work followed by a look at her new showroom in the 12th South neighborhood.

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This summer Julie relocated from 8th Avenue to a lovely house off of 12th Avenue.  (If traveling from downtown turn right on Linden Avenue before you get to HERO, Jeni’s Ice Cream, etc.)  The new showroom is open to the public Wednesday- Friday from 10-5 and Saturday from 11-4. Inside you can find beautiful artwork, architectural elements, throws and pillows to refresh any space. In addition to the design retail she also carries a signature Julie Couch Candle ($26), Blessing Bowls ($36) and other affordable and unique gifts.

Remaining photos in this blog were taken by Alyssa Rosenheck.

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JULIE COUCH INTERIORS

1205 Linden Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212

615-873-1832

juliecouch.com

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