Take a sneak peek at these four outposts that recently popped up across Nashville: Schumacher, Kravet, The Shade Store and Ann Sacks.
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PHOTOS: BRIE WILLIAMS
SCHUMACHER DEBUTED A NEW LOCATION
Schumacher debuted a new 2,500-square-foot showroom in Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston (above) complete with a hand-painted floral façade by local muralist Maggie Sanger. This latest locale celebrates the physical experience of working with products and clients by providing collaborative worktables and the brand’s inaugural retail boutique.
KRAVET CELEBRATES ITS FIRST MUSIC CITY OUTPOST
At the Nashville Design Collective, Kravet celebrated its first Music City outpost, corralling legacy brands from Donghia to Brunschwig & Fils throughout 4,600 square feet. Look for numerous designer collaborations, including a newly unveiled line with local luminary Sarah Bartholomew and Lee Jofa.
THE SHADE STORE OPENED ITS LATEST OUTPOST
Tucked within the Kravet Workspace Nashville is the latest outpost of The Shade Store—displaying more than 1,300 materials including stocked fabrics and designer collaborations ranging from Martyn Lawrence Bullard to Alexa Hampton.
ANN SACKS MAKES A MUSIC CITY ENTRANCE
In the Berry Hill Design District, Ann Sacks made a Music City entrée with its first combination slab gallery and tile showroom (below). Joining its interactive sample shop are tightly curated stone specimens ranging from Ann Sacks’ signature Terrazzo Renata designs to choice selections of marble, porcelain, limestone, granite and natural quartz.