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MTSU students get a head start on holidays with ‘True Blue’ display

Thanks to some interior design majors, an array of MTSU blue is adding to the festive air at a Murfreesboro business.

These items are part of the “True Blue Holiday” booth, created by MTSU interior design majors and on display at Hylabrook Antiques Mall in Murfreesboro. (Photos submitted)

These items are part of the “True Blue Holiday” booth, created by MTSU interior design majors and on display at Hylabrook Antiques Mall in Murfreesboro. (Photos submitted)

The “True Blue Holiday” booth was featured in the Christmas open house at Hylabrook Antiques Mall, 204 Chaffin Place, in early November.

The display will remain available for public viewing until spring semester classes begin Jan. 17, 2017.

Deborah Belcher, chair of the MTSU Department of Human Sciences, said senior Brittney Blair of Memphis, Tennessee, and junior Kiana Woodward of Shelbyville, Tennessee, volunteered to design and install the booth with Belcher’s coordination.

“The department has been partnering with Hylabrook Antiques since fall 2014 to provide interior design students with hands-on opportunities to lay out furniture and merchandise accessories and artwork,” said Belcher.

For more information, contact Belcher at 615-898-2302 or deborah.belcher@mtsu.edu or Hylabrook Antiques Mall at 615-907-6066.

— Gina K. Logue (gina.logue@mtsu.edu)

Vintage copies of MTSU yearbooks complement the other items in the “True Blue Holiday” booth, created by MTSU interior design majors and on display at Hylabrook Antiques Mall in Murfreesboro.

Vintage copies of MTSU yearbooks complement the other items in the “True Blue Holiday” booth, created by MTSU interior design majors and on display at Hylabrook Antiques Mall in Murfreesboro.


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