Creating a quintessential Southern Contemporary Folk home, top Nashville interior designers have partnered with the award-winning team of Castle Homes and Wade Weissmann Architecture for Music City’s newest signature event, the Nashville Symphony Show House, open for tour June 12-28 in the Forest Hills area of Nashville.

Showcasing the latest in building, architecture and interior décor, Castle Homes President Alan Looney said Mark Simmons Interiors, Julie Couch Interiors and Rozanne Jackson Interiors for The Iron Gate are teaming up to help one of our city’s greatest treasures.

Built by Castle Homes and designed by Wade Weissmann Architecture, Music City’s newest signature home event the Nashville Symphony Show House, benefits one of our city’s greatest treasures.  The building and design team pictured left to right:  Wade Weissmann, Wade Weissmann Architecture, Alan D. Valentine, Nashville Symphony President/ CEO, Julie Couch, Julie Couch Interiors, Rozanne Jackson, The Iron Gate, Deb Tallent, of Mark Simmons Interiors, Alan Looney, president of Castle Homes.  (Photo by Geinger Hill)

Built by Castle Homes and designed by Wade Weissmann Architecture, Music City’s newest signature home event the Nashville Symphony Show House, benefits one of our city’s greatest treasures. The building and design team pictured left to right: Wade Weissmann, Wade Weissmann Architecture, Alan D. Valentine, Nashville Symphony President/ CEO, Julie Couch, Julie Couch Interiors, Rozanne Jackson, The Iron Gate, Deb Tallent, of Mark Simmons Interiors, Alan Looney, president of Castle Homes. (Photo by Geinger Hill)

“When you step through the doors of the Nashville Symphony Show House, you’ll be inspired by the stunning architectural details including a sculptural staircase, historic building elements and creative home décor representing the latest in fine southern living,” Looney said. “Our talented designers, along with Castle’s in-house design team, have embraced the tone and tenor of the home’s style through fresh choices in color palettes, textiles, original art and accessories.“

Looney said the non-profit performing arts organization is the perfect partner and benefactor for the home event already being called “music to the eyes.” Nashville Symphony President and CEO Alan D. Valentine said his organization is honored by the partnership.

“We are both extremely thrilled and grateful to be a part of this unique initiative, which will provide valuable support for the Nashville Symphony’s ongoing work throughout Middle Tennessee,” said Valentine. “Partnerships such as these are a perfect example of the outstanding community spirit that makes Nashville so special, and I am looking forward to an exciting series of events this June at the Castle Homes’ show house benefiting the Nashville Symphony.”

Some of the don’t miss features of the home, including the stunning sculptural staircase, are historic yet low-maintenance building ideas, Nashville’s first residential use of AirRenew’s drywall product, Nichiha fiber cement plank siding, gorgeous outdoor living areas as well as a beautiful gourmet kitchen with an oversized, reclaimed wood island.

Castle Homes is hosting a garden party for area home, garden and food bloggers prior to the tour opening with garden lifestyle expert and Southern Living Magazine Contributing Garden Editor Carmen Johnston along with the iconic Miss Daisy King and PBS Volunteer Gardener Troy Marden, author of “Southern Gardener’s Handbook.”  Marden will also have a book signing during the tour on Saturday, June 20 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

A custom build and over 5,000 square feet, the home is located in the bucolic Hillsboro Road area of southern Davidson County on two acres in the Hunterdon neighborhood. With a convenient area shuttle at Congregation Micah, 2001 Old Hickory Blvd, Brentwood, TN (37027), the home will be open for tour daily, from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m., June 12-28, with a variety of events including a patron’s party, book signing and a garden party for regional home lifestyle industry bloggers. Click the button below to purchase $15 per person general admission tickets.

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