While we aren’t out of the winter slump quite yet, the 27th Annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville plans to bring about the freshness we need. Feb. 3-5 will be packed with high-caliber speakers, inspirational designs and plenty of expertly curated antiques. This year’s event, themed “Cultivated Style,” features interior-design celebrity Nate Berkus as a keynote speaker and book signer, as well as multiple design and garden talks, cocktail parties and over 150 vendors from antique dealers to artists to horticulturists.
The show is the largest of its kind in the country, pulling in more than 15,000 attendees each year, and benefits two main entities: Cheekwood and Economic Club of Nashville (ECON). Cheekwood is a gorgeous, 55-acre botanical garden and art museum rich with historic overtones and located in Nashville, while ECON supports various other charities in the city that focus on economic, social and political issues. This includes its own program, which provides children lacking resources with the opportunity to experience Nashville’s plentiful cultural institutions.
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