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TO A HOTEL

Vacation or corporate stays

• Accommodates 6

• 3 BR 1-1/2 BA 

• Private first floor residence 

• Art in every room

• Fully equipped kitchen

• Free wifi

• 2 Flat screen high definition TVs

• Linens and towels

• Washer/Dryer

• Off street parking

• Walking distance to the Tennessee River.

• Free electric shuttle buses around the corner

• Ideal destination for families, corporate stays, art and outdoor enthusiasts 

 

• Rates: $195/night

• 17.2% tax

• $75 cleaning fee

• Two-night minimum stay.

 

SPECIAL RATES  

FOR LONGER

TERM STAYS.

 

Visit online:

http://hipgreenscene.com/2016/06/chattanooga/

http://www.mikiboni.com
http://www.chattanoogafun.com

 

 

THE JOURNEY

ARTISTS GALLERY RESIDENCE, 

CHATTANOOGA

 

In 2007, their pioneering spirit drew Tom and Miki to Chattanooga where they were part of a group of artists from around the country selected to receive an artists incentive to live and work downtown. They have settled in the Southside’s Main Street arts district. Their home, a 100 year old brick Victorian, took two years to restore. As in Vermont and Florida, Paulsin’s talents have again made this house a standout, converting the downstairs into one of the most popular short term furnished residences available downtown. The artists live upstairs in their loft/studio. Known as The Artists Gallery Residence, the space is designed as a living gallery, with art for sale in every room. There is also a show room which opens during open studio tours the first Friday of every month.


BRADENTON, FLORIDA'S 

VILLAGE OF THE ARTS

In 2000, they moved to Bradenton FL, where they were among a core group of artists who pioneered the Village of the Arts, a creative community in Bradenton, Florida. Kaos Gallery South found a home in that artist’s colony and has been featured numerous times in magazines and on HGTV.



MOUNT SNOW, VERMONT

Beginning in the mid-nineties, Kaos Studios & Gallery opened its doors for the first time in the Mount Snow Valley village of Wilmington, Vermont. It served as both a gallery and working studio for Boni, and it also represented the works of other fine regional artists. It was there that Miki Boni and Tom Paulsin met and later married.


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