In honor of the impending arrival of Markham Robert’s new coffee table book The Way I See It , I wanted to share one of my favorite projects by Markham Robert that has been featured in House Beautiful. Markham’s style is classically chic and timeless in every aspect of his decor. This Nashville home is beautifully inviting, flawlessly arranged, and full of every necessary detail. It combines classic and current details, which is very signature to Robert’s design aesthetic.
I can hardly wait to see more of his remarkable designs when his book arrives in stores September 30th (I pre-ordered mine on Amazon!). Photos of this well-appointed Nashville home are by Thomas Loof for House Beautiful.
This wallpaper is subtle, yet makes quite a statement in the entry of the Nashville home.
A decadent library with perfect plays of pattern and paneling.
I love the use of color and modern photography. Christopher Spitzmiller lamps always make a statement.
A great room for entertaining and lounging. I love the use of green, of course.
The walls in this powder room are upholstered in Holland & Sherry’s olive twill and lined with antique ikat.
How incredible are these painted marbleized floors?!?! I am obsessed.
The backsplash compliments the blue and white checkerboard floors and gives a fresh and modern look to the home. I also am a huge fan of the amount of gray in the marble.
A little girl’s bedroom I would copy without hesitation. Sheer eyelet curtains trimmed in a sophisticated rose pink.
A guest room traditionally finished in Farrow & Ball wallpaper.
A phenomenally shaped marble tub in a bathroom full of clean white and light.
A mix of texture and contrast in this bedroom with a tufted frame and subtle wallpaper.
A black painted ceiling on this porch with shades of brown and navy below. I love the herringbone brick floors.