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Out & About2023-04-30T11:36:22-05:00

From around the world of design, the MILIEU INSIDER features stories, events, gift guides, and book reviews, exclusively for our online readers

MILIEU In Nashville

In January, the 34th Annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville opened its doors to design, antiques, and garden enthusiasts from around the country. The show floor, a myriad of vendor booths and installations of greenhouses and living gardens, brought the flora outdoors indoors.

Welcome to Beautiful

Ina Garten Headlines the The Antique and Garden Show Nashville Lecture Series this January 2024

MILIEU Presents at the DISCOVER ADAC Fall Market 2023

MILIEU celebrated its 10th Anniversary with two interior designers who have been featured on the pages of MILIEU—Michael Del Piero of Michael Del Piero Good Design based in Chicago and New York’s Hamptons; and Rozanne Jackson of The Iron Gate in Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee.

In Full Bloom

The best experiences of the outdoors were found indoors at the 33rd annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville in February. MILIEU was honored to be the national media sponsor of the opening keynote lecture, “The Beauty of Home & Entertaining with Aerin & Alice,” referring to Aerin Lauder, who heads her namesake brand, AERIN, and Alice Naylor-Leyland, who founded the tablescape brand Mrs. Alice.

Showing The Colors

Bungalow Furniture, of Scottsdale, Arizona, in partnership with MILIEU Magazine and LEE Industries, hosted a festive gathering on November 10th, celebrating classic American style and all things red, white, and blue.

Real Talk, Real Design Outdoors and In

The Junior League of the New Orleans Garden Club and Interior Decorating Club hosted a joint meeting at the lovely Uptown home of Lori and Bobby Savoie, with MILIEU’s Design Director, Leslie Newsom Rascoe, as the keynote speaker.

Round Top Antiques Show Round Up

Round Top, this beloved Texas town that is population 90 on any “normal” day, transforms into a bustling and lively community of 90,000 without losing its nostalgic charm, farmland beauty, and true Southern hospitality.

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