A NASHVILLE RESIDENCE
|Scope:||Renovation two-year project|
Located in the heart of Belle Meade in Nashville TN, this is a place to call home. Roger and Ann transformed an outdated single level home to a two-story home perfect for entertaining guests. Keeping only a few existing items like the tile flooring in the den, some appliances and a few exterior walls, Roger put his creative talents to work transforming the floor plan of the home to flow appropriately for he and Ann’s lifestyle. With an emphasis and love for curated antiques, the architectural, contracting team, and vendors all played a special role to create an effortless backdrop for Roger and Ann’s near 30 years of accumulation of found objects, antiques, and upholstery pieces.
In this home you will find Roger’s unique eye for layering, each room having an abundance of texture and pattern, accessories, and touches making every room have individual flair yet remain cohesive as you walk throughout the entire home. They have enjoyed hosting parties and friends and look forward to doing so as the home continues to evolve over time as every designer’s home does.
A Belle Meade Renovation
Not long after the completion of their previous home near Green Hills in Nashville, Roger and Ann got an offer they couldn’t pass up. A few years later they eagerly settled into their new home after a long renovation.
As you enter the home you immediately notice the hand painted hardwood floors. Roger and Ann transformed what was formerly a grouping of rooms to a long entry hall separating public and private spaces in the home welcoming guests in an expansive space with lots of visual interest. Added millwork and modified cased openings, the entry immedaitely invites you to explore the rest of the home.
Roger and Ann pulled hues from the existing tile flooring in the den and carried it’s richness throughout the home’s color palette. From the tile in the den to the mohair pillow in the bedroom, to the small threading in the pillows of the sitting room, each space feels cohesive from one room to the next. Walls in opposing finishes of high gloss lacquer to rough grasscloth and upholstery fabrics make every part of a room feel noticed and thought through.
Each room feels like an ever-evolving, curated, place to call home.