Louisville Magazine

MAY 2019

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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26 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 5.19 SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION Founded in Louisville 15 years ago, Kentucky Select Properties is the area's top selling, 100% locally-owned and independent residential real estate company. In addition to providing wise counsel, extraordinary service and a little bit of fun to its real estate buyers and sellers, Kentucky Select was recognized as the "Most Generous Small Company in Louisville" at the 2016 and 2018 Business First Partners in Philanthropy awards. The company received the "Extraordinary Philanthropy" award at the 2016 global Luxury Real Estate Conference in Aspen, Colorado and was presented with a "Torch Award" from the Better Business Bureau for exemplary ethical business practices. 2018 marked the best year in the history of the company with $316 million in sales transactions. Earlier this year Kentucky Select officially opened its headquarters at the 113-year old Hilltop Theater building at 1757 Frankfort Avenue in the historic Clifton neighborhood. This new, state- of-the-art open workplace encourages collaboration, supports the more mobile, fast-paced world of modern real estate and better allows Kentucky Select agents to provide a great customer experience. Next time you're in the neighborhood stop by and see us! Trusted Direction in Real Estate kyselectproperties.com Walk into Natalie Officer's spacious studio and you immediately understand the artistic vision of the Natalie O Design team. Simultaneously impeccable and inviting, the crisp aesthetic eschews the sterility of strictly modernist design, and instead hums with creative energy. That energy manifests palpably in Natalie O's two in-studio art galleries, dedicated to artists from Louisville and abroad. Natalie describes it as a union of art and design, benefiting the arts, the design studio, and the community around them. Air. Light. Art. "We're invested in our community's crafts people, and our artists. We have been from the beginning," she says. Located in the Hope Mills Factory, and poised between Germantown and Paristown Pointe, Natalie O Design exemplifies the renaissance of Louisville's urban core. "The rising current of design and art is all around us. It's an incredible time to develop Natalie O Design, elevate Louisville art, and build something beyond myself, something aspirational." Photograph by Luke Metzinger natalieodesign.com Bishop Lane (502) 452-2037 Westport Village (502) 426-3991 louisville-tile.com Louisville Tile Distributors has offered the latest trends in ceramic, porcelain, stone, glass and metal tile to the Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee markets for over 60 years and continues to grow. It has been recognized as one of Louisville's 50 fastest-growing private companies. What's more, for four years in a row, it has voted one of Kentucky's best places to work. Louisville Tile focuses on offering customers the latest trends in tile along with the best possible customer Louisville Tile: Trends and Traditions service. According to Amy Balsimo, showroom design director at Louisville Tile, gray and white tiles remain highly popular. She is also seeing warmer tones slowly emerge along with color such as blue, emerald green, and soft pinks. "Beige, taupe, and warmer tones are popping up everywhere. Gold accents are also very popular," Amy reports. Trends that we are seeing right now include a lot of graphic patterns, texture, and also clean lines. Check out these latest trends and their inventory of go-to traditional styles at Louisville Tile's two convenient locations in Louisville. Thinking about adding value to your home by refreshing your kitchen? For as little as $5/sq. ft. or less, Louisville Tile can make your dream a reality. Appointments are encouraged and can be scheduled through the website or by calling one of the showrooms.

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