Former The Curtain Exchange NOW TannerMeyer Servicing Nashville, TN Again!
We are happy to announce that TannerMeyer is servicing the Nashville Area again and we have built a studio in the heart of the city. For 7 years, Kip Meyer owed and operated the Nashville location formally called The Curtain Exchange of Nashville. After selling the Nashville location and returning to operate the Memphis location, Kip Meyer and Tim Tanner decided to leave The Curtain Exchange franchise. This allowed us to re-brand as TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding & Blinds with much success.
As we have grown away from our retail stores we are now a by appointment only business servicing the Nashville and Memphis areas. This flexibility has allowed us to dedicate more time to servicing our clients in both areas.
Over 200,000 fabrics
Custom Drapery, Roman Shades, & Top Treatments
Drapery Hardware including motorization
Designer Bedding and Linens
All Hunter Douglas Shades, Shutters & Blinds including motorization
Products that sync with Home Automation
Consultation and Installation Services
Additional products and services
To find out more or to schedule your appointment,
visit our website at: www.tannermeyer.net
or call us at: 615-669-7005 Nashville
Our website is filled with helpful information including a Budgeting and Estimation Page, videos on various products, and videos inside our workroom to see how our custom products are crafted.
TannerMeyer Awarded Best Of Houzz 2017
Over 40 Million Monthly Unique Users Nominated Best Home Building,
Remodeling and Design Professionals in North America and Around the World
Memphis, TN – USA, January 30, 2017 – TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding & Blinds of Memphis, TN as won “Best Of Customer Service on Houzz®, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The 12 Year Old Design Company was chosen by the more than 40 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals.
The Best Of Houzz is awarded annually in three categories: Design, Customer Service and Photography. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 40 million monthly users on Houzz. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2016. Architecture and interior design photographers whose images were most popular are recognized with the Photography award. A “Best Of Houzz 2017” badge will appear on winners’ profiles, as a sign of their commitment to excellence. These badges help homeowners identify popular and top-rated home professionals in every metro area on Houzz.
“Thank you to Houzz for recognizing our commitment to excellence!” said Owner Kip Meyer
“We’re so pleased to award Best of Houzz 2017 to this incredible group of talented and customer-focused professionals, including TannerMeyer,” said Liza Hausman, vice president of Industry Marketing for Houzz. “Each of these businesses was singled out for recognition by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts for helping to turn their home improvement dreams into reality.”
Follow TannerMeyer on Houzz https://www.houzz.com/pro/tannermeyer/tannermeyer-drapery-bedding-and-blinds
About TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding & Blinds
For years we have been asking our customers what is most important to them when shopping for designer drapery, bedding, and blinds. Of course selection, price, and quality are important, but at the end of the day the resounding answer is “MAKE IT EASY.” Making it easy is what we are all about at TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding, and Blinds. Just how do we do this you may ask? A large part of the reason the process is easy is because founders Tim Tanner and Kip Meyer have spent years in the design industry specifically focused on only Drapery, Bedding, and Blinds. That being said, service is a very important aspect of our business and we are honored to be awarded “Best O Houzz” in this category.
Houzz is the leading platform for home remodeling and design, providing people with everything they need to improve their homes from start to finish – online or from a mobile device. From decorating a small room to building a custom home and everything in between, Houzz connects millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across the country and around the world. With the largest residential design database in the world and a vibrant community empowered by technology, Houzz is the easiest way for people to find inspiration, get advice, buy products and hire the professionals they need to help turn their ideas into reality. Headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, Houzz also has international offices in London, Berlin, Sydney, Moscow and Tokyo. Houzz and the Houzz logo are registered trademarks of Houzz Inc. worldwide. For more information, visit
Shutters at TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding & Blinds in Memphis, Tennessee
TannerMeyer, the largest provider of Designer Window Treatments and Bedding in the Mid-South now offers Shutters.
Price, selection, and quality are very important when shopping for Shutters but TannerMeyer in Memphis, Tennessee also makes your experience easy. A large part of the reason the process is easy is because founders Tim Tanner and Kip Meyer have spent years in the design industry specifically focused on Shutters.
TannerMeyer’s designers work with you to pull together the perfect look for your space. They give you quick integrity pricing on Shutters that does not have the markups of a designer. TannerMeyer offers the best quality, the best turnaround time, and the best customer service. Take the guesswork out of the process and let TannerMeyer in Memphis, Tennessee provide you with a “one stop shop” for Shutters.
TannerMeyer excels in designer drapery, bedding, and blinds. This is all we have done for nearly a decade, and we are proud to boast nearly 5000 reference able clients in Memphis, Tennessee and nationwide. In fact, we have been featured on HGTV, in movies, in celebrity and public figures’ homes, and in homes of a billionaire or two.
Kip Meyer’s Bio
Kip has been in the design field for over 10 years. He first started out learning how to sew on a second hand sewing machine, along with lessons by his next-door neighbor. Soon he was a human sewing and embroidery machine. While vacationing in Florida he just happened to walk into a unique drapery boutique. Immediately he knew this concept would work in Memphis, and he left his lucrative Marketing job to fulfill a dream of owning his own business. Two months later, along with his partner Tim Tanner, the first location was opened in the Laurelwood area of Memphis. A year later the second location was opened in the Green Hills section of Nashville. In 2008 an outlet and consignment location was opened. Today, many celebrities, titans of business, and politicians have Kip on speed dial. Kip’s reputation in Nashville and Memphis is stellar and he continues to exceed client’s expectations daily. His superior leadership and customer service skills are an inspiration to his staff, and he truly believes that his success is also a result of his quality employees.
Tim Tanner’s Bio
Tim Tanner is a native Memphian who has been in the design, real estate, and entrepreneurial field for over 15 years. Having designed and sold over 50 properties of his own, Tanner understands the value of staging, space, color, fabric, lighting, flow, and curb appeal. When he and Kip stumbled upon that drapery store in Florida many years ago he also knew immediately that the concept would succeed in Memphis. Tim and Kip opened their first boutique nearly a decade ago and steadily improved it and the process over the years. Tanner’s reputation in the real estate and design world has garnered him many articles, chances to work on movies, design jobs all around the country, and even a featured spot on HGTV. Tim also believes that customer service and the strength of his staff is what separates TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding, and Blinds apart from anyone else.
Home Color Trends From TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding & Blinds
Once a year Kip Meyer, co-owner of TannerMeyer Drapery, Bedding & Blinds, and I travel to the Market in Highpoint, NC to buy fabrics, bedding, and accessories. Believe me when I say it’s a multi-day experience meeting hundreds of vendors, seeing thousands of items, and walking for 10 hours a day. However, on the last night of our adventure (throbbing feet elevated on pillows and a full bottle of Chardonnay at hand) we were inspired by the latest colors and trends we are seeing in the home market. It’s a widely known fact in the industry that color trends in the home tend to mimic the apparel market—albeit a couple of years behind. Color trends also are influenced by the economy, books, TV, world events, and movies. For instance, gray and taupe dominated the market during the recession. Now that the economy is on an uptick, we are seeing vibrant colors bouncing back into the picture–with a bang! Speaking of color and world events, the last couple of years have seen Great Britain in the limelight with the Diamond Jubilee, Olympics, and the royal wedding/pregnancy, etc. Big are the vibrant reds and blues of the royal flag this year. In fact, there were many more color trends in the home market. Let me highlight them.
Because of movies such as “The Great Gatsby” the “roaring 20s” is a big trend in both clothing and home couture. Vintage influences added to modern are popular, and lace overlays and metallic embellishments are all the rage. The use of burnished brass or brushed copper can add a timeless look to any room and be both contemporary and traditional, without being hard and edgy. In fact, we have seen a rise in sales of metallic fabrics in the last couple of years locally.
Remember red? Well, it’s back. Not the Ralph Lauren dining room red that dominated the 80-90s. I’m talking about the vibrant reds. This year we are seeing reds such as cherry blossom pink, coral hibiscus, and poppy red. In fact, these reds and other vibrant colors are finding their way back to the home in large floral designs or futuristic geometrics. Vintage aged floral patterns are also big.
“Am I Blue”
Navy is the new black. In fact, many designers now regard shades of medium to navy blue as neutral tones. What really stands out this year are the pops of vivid blue, such as sophisticated sapphire, bold aquamarine, or violet. This look is elegant but also classic and comfortable. Velvets are hot this year, and many have lovely blue tones (in addition to the popular metallic velvets).
We are seeing lots of designs that are mixing sensual spice colors. Cinnamon and chili are splashed with cream, mustard, or dark coffee. Mixing cultures is the new way to make a room look eclectic, and the color of spice lends itself to many multi-cultural items. Spice often hints of warm fall leaves, but it can also sizzle with heat. An updated 60’s and 70’s retro mix is big as well.
Ladies & Gentleman, the color of the year is: Emerald Green
Verdant Greens and emerald greens are popping up everywhere. Cool moss or mellow fern colors add a relaxing mix to any room. We are seeing a mix of warm, cool, and khaki greens with the more high –browed emerald. To soften your greens mix them with browns or milky white. Notice the major use of emerald in the recent “Oz” movie, and the release of the “Wizard of Oz—3D”?
The next time you go to pick a paint color, don’t just grab that tried and true beige or taupe. Think of at least a pop of color on an accent wall! Don’t pick that safe fabric you’ve seen for years. Pick the large vibrant print! Or, if you don’t want to commit to the large print on a big scale, use it in pillows and/or accents. Try to instill fun and interest with mixing cultures and adding metallic to your space. After all, times have been tough. Don’t we deserve a little color in our world!