Wednesday, February 17, 2021

A gorgeous neutral home tour in Nashville

Oh my goodness. 

This is an oldie but goodie.

When Architectural Digest first showed this gorgeous home, I about fell off my chair.

I mean, if I could have any home, it would be this one.

It also just so happens that one of my favorite designers is responsible for this great interior.

Do you follow April Tomlin Interiors?

If not, do so right now! 

Anyway, this is the Nashville home of Josephine Skriver and her husband Alex DeLeon. 

The rough white shiplap is so pretty, and I am dying over the lucite stools.


60 baskets line this stairwell. How gorgeous is that?! 

You can find basket sets here, here, and here.



That faux fur stool can be purchased here.

The hanging chair is so  good.

I am pretty certain this is the fabric used on that great graphic pillow.



That gallery wall is what dreams are made of.



Similar stools can be found here.



Love the black matting on that photo!



The floor to ceiling windows create a great indoor outdoor feel in the dining room.



The bed is made to look like it's hanging but it's actually anchored into the wall.

Creates such a vacation like feel, don't ya think?



An antler chandelier is unexpected but the raw material and tone of it fit right in.

Here is a link to that exact chair, which I happen to love.



I have these fireplace spheres and get asked about them all the time, so here is a link to those!

Again, loving the tone on tone look and the contrast between the furnishings and the dark floors.



What do you think? 

It's a winner right?

xoxo, Melaine 

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