Orlinda Furniture Co. produces high-quality furniture with amazing eye appeal, historic significance, durability and comfort.
Kingsport residents create a lasting legacy for community carousel.
It’s that time of year again! Grab your cameras and start snapping, and send in your photos to the 19th Annual Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
Put a fresh spin on dying Easter eggs with old patterned silk ties.
The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade gives rural Tennessee residents the chance to be creative.
Valerie Meadows is the 2013 photo contest winner, with her barn photo that captures Tennessee’s spirit.
Learn how to make easy felt shingle trees to decorate your mantle this holiday season.
A barn quilt in Johnson City, Tenn., has been chosen to be a part of the American Quilt Trail Redwork Kit.
Find creative, handmade wool gifts from Good Wool Etc.
Easily turn pine cones into festive decor this holiday season.
Watch the new documentary, For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville, in its entirety on ABC.com.
Marble enthusiasts from all over will gather in September for the annual Rolley Hole Marbles Tournament at Standing Stone State Park in Hilham.
Learn how to make simple, easy and pretty pillows out of placemats.
Monroe County Vaulting Club in Madisonville balances competition with confidence.
Watch a video on the progress of the Kingsport Carousel Project and watch for a story in an upcoming issue.
Check out the honorable mentions from the Farm category in this year’s Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
Get a glimpse of the honorable mentions from the Tennessee category in our 2012 Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
Check out some of the 2012 Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest entries that brightened our day.
Take a look at some honorable mentions from the Home category in this year’s Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
Knox County artist Sarah Weber captures life on the farm in oil paintings.
Eagle Reclaimed Lumber of Murfreesboro converts dilapidated antique barns into recycled, eye-catching lumber for furniture, flooring and more.
Looking for a picture to use as a cover photo for your new Facebook profile? We have several beautiful Tennessee photos for you to download and enjoy. Just follow these simple instructions.
Planning to hunt wild turkey this spring? An online resource offers a quick and simple way to connect with landowners in your preferred hunting areas.
View the honorable mentions for the Animal Kingdom category of the 2011 Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
View the honorable mentions for the Agriculture is Life category of the 2011 Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
View the honorable mentions for the Tennessee Gardens category of the 2011 Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest.
Signal Mountain glass artist Susan Parry created ornaments for the trees at the nation’s Capitol, as well as wearable art in her home studio.
Readers submitted more than 1,700 photos for this year’s Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation Photo Contest. The winners can be found in the magazine, but these photos of some “odd couples” caught our eyes, too.
Check out some of our favorite funny snapshots from the 2011 photo contest.
A local banker has written a suspense novel, set in Tennessee, about a family’s anguish over the kidnapping of a young woman, which appears to be orchestrated by her banker father.
Chattanooga artist uses fabric dyes to paint detailed country and farm scenes on shirts and overalls.
Dean Wyatt spends his retirement creating intricately carved wooden toys, which he donates in honor of people in his community.
From ice to wood to peach pits, these artists have carved their niche in Tennessee.
Petticoat Junction, located in a recently renovated historic home in Normandy, invites women for weekend retreats.
Check out the photo contest winners chosen by our readers during a month of online voting.
Freeze tag, honeysuckle and sparklers are but a few of the childhood memories entered in our annual photo contest. These are our favorites.
From snow scenes and springtime flowers to summer sunsets and fall foliage, our Tennessee Barns category in the 15th annual Tennessee Farm Bureau Photo Contest attracted entries from throughout the year.
From a sleepy canoe trip down a tranquil river to an apron-clad mom holding a chicken, these are the photos that we feel epitomize rural living. Animals – both pets and wildlife – seem to pose for the camera, while scenic landscapes make us proud of Tennessee’s rural beauty.
Announcing the winners of Tennessee Home and Farm magazine’s 15th annual photo contest! The 2010 grand-prize winner came from the Tennessee Barns category.
Matt Simonds of La Vergne-based Specialty Ice Carvings can design a sculpture from something as simple as a logo, drawing or photograph.
After a 12-hour day as executive chef, Matt Simonds will often drive to his home in La Vergne, grab a chainsaw and head to the walk-in freezer in his basement.
Chugging into Nashville this winter is the 17th Annual Christmas Toy Train Show, which takes place on Saturday, December 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Short Sheet Fabric in Crossville features one of the largest selections of home interior fabrics in the state. The shop is housed in an old eight-room school building, with each of the rooms filled with a variety of materials, including cotton prints, upholstery and multipurpose fabrics.
Where can you find every Tennessee game animal imaginable, peacefully coexisting in one room?
Lynnville, TN is known for Col. Littleton’s heirloom-quality leather products.
Lodestar Farm lets kids get up close and personal with a rare breed of horses.
Talented East Tennessean handcrafts custom dulcimers and hosts live music on his Pickin’ Porch.
Tennessee woman crafts bowls, birdhouses, art and other gifts out of everyday gourds.
Culleoka, TN man carves peach seeds into animal art.
Model railroading remains popular with hobbyists.
Jane Carter Buis expresses her heritage through unique masks, animal figures and decorative pieces made from gourds and wood.
Photo contest judges share their secrets for success.
Teresa Brittain makes glass beads using the lampworked method.
Karl Weinert opened the Tennessee Boat School in 2004, inviting families, friends and co-workers to come to their 185-acre farm in Big Sandy, TN, and build a boat in a day under the instruction of a seasoned boatwright.
Jack Martin learned the art of broom-making from his grandfather, and he still uses tools and techniques from his great-grandfather to create Hockaday Handcrafted Brooms in Selmer.
Marbles enthusiasts from all over the world gather each September for the National Rolley Hole Marbles Championship at Standing Stone State Park in Hilham, Tennessee.
David Meador of Nashville, Tennessee is a US Blind Golf Association national champion and member of the Tennessee Golf Foundation Hall of Fame. He tells his story and jokes about shooting a low score with a high handicap.