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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Ways to Deck Out Your Walls for Fall

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Brown Paper Blossoms Create large wall blossoms by cutting petals out of brown paper bags. Use museum putty to attach them to the wall in an organic pattern for a temporary, fun and festive look. Design by Destiny Alfonso See More of this Article Here See More of this Lovely Home Here

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Molding and Trim Make an Impact

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One of the primary characteristics distinguishing a pretty room from a basic box is the attention to molding. In the cheapest construction, moldings will be minimal and puny — or even nonexistent. Interior moldings provide attitude as well as architectural interest. “No one uses chair rail for “cushioning” chairs anymore,” says Designer Sarah Jernigan. “It’s […]

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Franklin Real Estate -15 Best Autumn Decorating Tips & Ideas

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Autumn or fall is the best time of the year to incorporate earth tone colors into your home decorations. The return of cooler temperatures, fall colors, and nature changing before our eyes is all the evidence we need that autumn is officially here. Adding autumn touches of decor to your home will help you transition […]

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2nd Annual Fork Fest

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Venue Name:  Leiper’s Fork Village 4144 Old Hillsboro Road Franklin TN 37064 Date: August 28, 2014 – August 30, 2014 Time: Begins at 7pm each evening Admission: Free admission Recurrence: Daily Visit Website The 2nd Annual Fork Fest is a great kick off for Labor Day weekend with three great nights of music, movies and fun. On Thursday, August 28th, […]

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WCS Posts Record High Composite Score

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It’s official – for the third consecutive year, WCS has achieved another spot at the top of the charts. The ACT composite scores are out, and WCS students have succeeded yet again with the highest composite average score in the history of the district.  The WCS class of 2014 posted an ACT composite score of […]

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Franklin, TN’s Diverse Communities

Charming small towns. Booming suburban cities. Quiet rural enclaves. Williamson County’s communities reflect lifestyles and tastes as diverse as the county’s residents. Young families are flocking to many of these areas, drawn by community amenities, good schools and well-priced homes. Older couples are downsizing into condominiums and apartments in other parts of the county. And […]

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Choosing the Right Furniture

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Make it fun by assessing your needs out front! Will it last? Will it be hard to take care of? How much should I spend? Like the move process, the task of properly furnishing your home can be an anxiety-inducing experience, especially since a furniture purchase can seem so very final. But if you follow […]

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Why Use a Realtor®? 6 Important Reasons

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Real estate is a big deal. For most Americans, a home is the most expensive purchase they’ll make in their lifetime. It’s a serious transaction with significant financial and emotional ramifications for the parties involved, and having proper representation is critical. Today’s buyers and sellers agree. In 2012, a full 89 percent of buyers used a […]

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Tennessee Top 10 Things To Do With the Family

Tennessee is a state of many titles. From the birthplace of rock and roll to the land of the Great Smokies, Tennessee is a travel utopia for families who desire music knowledge, a living history lesson, outdoor adventures, and nature experiences. These are our choices for the Tennessee top 10 things to do with the family. […]

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Franklin, TN Attracts Creative Class

A thriving local arts scene, trendy workspaces and a prime location are working together to make Williamson County the next hot location for creative minds to work and creative businesses to thrive. In April, the Americana Music Association and Sugar Hill Records  moved into new space at The Factory at Franklin. Dark Horse Recording is currently constructing two new studios, also at […]

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