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Blackberry Farm

While many mountain retreats feature interiors that feel rustic and rough-hewn, Roger and Ann’s clients wanted their vacation home in the rolling hills of Tennessee to include higher-level finishes and feel anything but lodge-like. The goal was to design a space that felt both appropriate for the surroundings and honored the clients’ preference for more refined, less rustic finishes.

Working with the Blackberry Farm building team, Roger and Ann created a home that provided a subtle backdrop for the stunning natural vistas as well as their client’s contemporary art collection. To reach that end, they incorporated clean-lined upholstery, a neutral palette, and natural materials against which the dramatic artwork plays beautifully. Extreme care was taken to ensure that the interiors held their own yet never competed with the home’s star attraction — its enchanting views.

  • Landscape Architect: Page | Duke