Please excuse my proud mom moment! My son, Keegan, has a new company called Eternal Returns. My new hometown of Nashville and one of our very own local (and family) businesses, Eternal Returns, took center stage in the July 22nd airing of America’s Most Desperate Kitchens on HGTV.
The Home and Garden Network, HGTV, aired the Collectible Nashville Kitchen episode on their new television show called America’s Most Desperate Kitchens, hosted by cousin duo Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from Kitchen Cousins. The two are known for turning mediocre kitchens into dazzling and tantalizing spaces. This series follows the cousins as they find the most embarrassing and outdated kitchens in America. Out of hundreds of applicants, a home in Nashville, TN, was chosen for a significant kitchen makeover. Eternal Returns was contacted to build a dry bar out of reclaimed pallet wood for the new kitchen.
According to HGTV American’s Most Desperate Kitchen episode, Collectable Nashville Kitchen features a broken and dysfunctional afterthought of a kitchen, the cousins blow-out not only the walls but the ceiling too, creating a cavernous living area without changing the overall footprint of the house. Open and friendly, and with fun storage in a hand-aged island, the homeowners get room to cook together while making friends feel welcome. You can view a photo collection from the show here on HGTV Retro Collectibles Kitchen.
All proud mom bragging aside here is what Eternal Returns is doing: Eternal Returns is a waste solutions company located in Nashville, TN, that provides recycling and composting services for local businesses and residents. They upcycle used materials, such as pallet wood, barn wood, glass, and plastic into new creations. For America’s Most Desperate Kitchens, Eternal Returns provided recycled pallet wood from local businesses in Middle Tennessee to create a rustic dry bar that will be featured in the kitchen.
Eternal Returns mission is to help Middle Tennessee grow as an environmentally conscious community. They have done other reclaimed projects for companies like Whole Foods Market and The Doug Jeffords Company.