Whew. Nashville, you know how to put on a show. A stylish show at that. Last week, my hometown hosted its 29th annual Antiques and Gardens Show. It’s the oldest event of its kind in the country and, forgive my bias, but its also the best. From the stunning indoor flora and fauna to the more than 150 dealers, the event was a true feast for the eyes. (See below for some of my favorite finds and vignettes. And, yes, a few of these items came home with me.) More importantly, it drew some of the country’s top designers and creatives. From the Faith Hill, Ray Booth, and Bobby McAlpline key note to Bunny Williams’ panel it made for three days of learning, scheming, and, let’s be honest, talking shop with some of my best friends in the biz. (Shout out to my pal Paloma Contreras who had a lovely book signing at SB.) If you didn’t have a chance to attend this year’s show, you must put it at the top of your design bucket list for 2020. See you there!