Nashville is a fun, vibrant, and eclectic city, yet I am a hesitant fan of it today. One of my very best friends is packing up in Dallas and moving there after this weekend. While it is a wonderful and exciting move for her, I am sad to lose the everyday presence of a fabulous friend. On a positive note, I get a marvelous excuse to visit the growingly popular city.
In honor of her impending address change, I thought I would share with you one of my favorite Nashville projects by Brookschmidt & Coleman. It is a home that has classic structure and chic flair. It is a perfect representation of my sweet and always chic friend, as well as a great way to send my lovely readers into a lovely weekend.
Photos of this home by architects Ridely Wills and designed by Brookschmidt & Coleman were featured in Elle Decor.
A striking and bold wallpapered entry. I love the pop of the red bench.
Hues of blue and hints of strong color in this living room. I am obsessed with the blue marble on the fireplace (and the blue of the french door).
A strong yellow is used in this circular dining room. What fantastic natural light.
A dramatic and fresh look for this den. I adore the lamps and the subtle red on the curtain’s trim.
An effective use of black from the dining chairs to the hood. I love the layout.
My favorite room in this house. The white sofas with black piping, as well as the black and white ticking on shades make an effective statement against the mossy green walls.
A sweet and southern sitting area off of the master bedroom. Classic florals and traditional antiques.
The lamps add a stark punch of pizazz in this soft master retreat.