Luxury flooring leader and tenant in the Nashville Design Collective Textures Nashville launched a new, weekly podcast, “Couture and Construction,” a show dedicated to the people and stories behind beautiful places. The first three episodes with Andrew Denny, owner of Textures Nashville and creator / host of the podcast, are available now for streaming or download via Apple, Google and Spotify Podcasts, and from here on out a new episode will be released weekly on Mondays. Every episode will consist of an interview with a different local influencer prominent in the design / build industry such as Interior Designer, Lori Paranjape or Landscape Architect, Gavin Duke or who is in the development of a major design / build project in Nashville like upcoming guest, Chef, Sean Brock.
There are thousands of important decisions that arise in each luxury build which can be very difficult to navigate. Being one of Nashville’s leading trade partners for nearly 20 years, we have come across our fair share of obstacles along the way. With the knowledge we have gained, we decided to make a podcast with answers & advice for so many of life’s luxury building questions.
Introducing Couture & Construction, a weekly podcast dedicated to the people and stories behind beautiful places! Each week, we sit down with a fellow industry leading guest and delve into an array of luxury building related topics while giving exclusive behind-the-scenes stories that shed light on the design industry.
Wondering how social media is directly impacting the interior design world?
Don’t know how to maneuver discussing your luxury build budget with your builder?
These answers and many more are available for you right now, with new episodes dropping every Monday! Couture & Construction is available for listeners on Apple, Google, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn + Alexa. We look forward to having you listen & to answer some of the industry’s leading questions!
“We felt sharing the behind-the-scenes perspective from local experts could help create an understanding of expectations and benefit the community by revealing a unique outlook regarding the design and build process.”
– Andrew Denny, Textures Nashville