Abode: Creative, Unique Knoxville Homes

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Welcome to Our New Abode

If you were visiting Knoxville (or planning to move here) and picked up some of those handy real estate guides at the grocery store, you might get the impression that living here means one thing: buying a mini-mansion that’s indistinguishable from your neighbor’s—in a subdivision named after an Olde English village.

But there are other options in Knoxville for those who seek living spaces that are creative, modern, unique—you just have to know where to find them.

With Abode, we hope to become your guide to finding great home design in Knoxville. Consider this a sneak preview for an ongoing magazine that celebrates the area’s most unique houses—whether they’re floating, tiny, or something else entirely. Plus, we’ll look at the local craftspeople, renovators, innovators, designers, and architects who help make living in Knoxville different from any other place.

Got a cool house Knoxville needs to see? A fascinating preservation project? New ideas for sustainable living? Drop us a line at editor@knoxmercury.com.

And if you happen to own a home design or real estate-related business that needs to reach our audience of discerning consumers, let’s talk!

For information about advertising in Abode, contact us at: sales@knoxmercury.com or 865-313-2048

Quick Ideas:

Cool Housewares and Decor Ideas From Knoxville Designers

Room Remodel:

Cabinetmaker Daniel F. Duncan Creates a Classic Feel for a Modern Kitchen

House Tours:

Organically Modern: a Holston River Home

White Lily Flats: Repurposing History

Preservation:

Knoxville Architect George Barber’s Final Home

Real Estate Listings:

Knoxville’s Upscale Urban Living Options

 

Coury Turczyn

Editor Coury Turczyn guided Knoxville's alt weekly, Metro Pulse, through two eras, first as managing editor (and later executive editor) from 1992 to 2000, then as editor-in-chief from 2007 to 2014. He's also worked as a Web editor at CNET, the erstwhile G4 cable network, and HGTV.

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