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Find inspiration at Nashville Antiques & Garden Show

The Tennessean (Nashville) logo The Tennessean (Nashville) 2/9/2022 Staff reports
The East Garden at a previous Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. © Submitted The East Garden at a previous Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville.

Author and television show host Martha Stewart will be keynote speaker at this year’s Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville set for Friday-Sunday at Music City Center.

The annual show features more than 150 antiques dealers, landscaped gardens, lectures on design and horticulture, panel discussions and book signings.

“Following a year of uncertainties, including a canceled show in 2021, we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to ... unveil an incredible lineup of designers, horticulturalists and visionaries that will be converging in Nashville," said Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Co-Chair Ashley Smith.

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The event, which draws about 15,000 visitors, raises money for Cheekwood Estates and Gardens and the Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) Charities.

The theme this year is “Home is where your story begins” and features a keynote lecture with Stewart, “The Making of a Garden over 30 Years” lecture by Bunny Williams, a conversation with Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of The Home Edit moderated by Gen Sohr of Pencil & Paper Co., and LexTalk Live, a design panel led by Alexa Hampton with Jenn and Mike Gracie, Christopher Spitzmiller and Ashley Whittaker.

Garden designers are Anne Daigh and Wade Rick of Daigh Rick and Joseph Hillenmeyer. Cheekwood’s exhibit will be led by Peter Grimaldi, Cheekwood’s vice president of gardens and facilities.

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