Bold contrasts run throughout this new construction home in the Oak Hill area of Nashville. The base of black and white sets the stage for a classic, modern look.
In the living room, clean-lined shelving frames the fireplace mantel as a feature as soon as you enter the home. The shelving allows for ample storage in this cozy family home. Bright light spills through the front windows, highlighting the room’s features.
Photos: Gieves Anderson
We recently completed a kitchen renovation for a client in West Meade, and we are excited to to share some photos, along with details on the project.
With the kitchen as the center of this family’s home, our goal was to give their kitchen a fresh and functional update. To begin, the client requested some changes to their existing kitchen – updated crown molding, hardware, countertops, appliances, sinks and faucets. In addition, they wanted to replace all of the hardwoods on their first floor and make some minor repairs on their perimeter cabinetry. Some of the more major updates included adding storage to their island, creating a built-in banquette to incorporate their table into the design, and designing a wet bar to allow moving their ice maker out of the main kitchen area. They were also interested in changing their overhead lighting and finding a place for a built-in television.
Project spotlight – recently completed new construction home in Oak Hill.
This bright and open kitchen features lots of storage. The open reclaimed wood shelving provides interest against the shiplap-clad walls and ceiling.
Photos: Alyssa Rosenheck Photography
We’re inspired by the rich colors and textures of Autumn. Here are some beautiful pieces to bring the season to your table!
1. Stump wood placecard holder; 2. Brass chainwork candle holder, available through Sara Ray Interior Design; 3. Stoneware salt and pepper shaker set; 4. Birch serving board; 5. Harvest foliage dinner plate; 6. Aero flatware; 7. Blue stripe napkins; 8. Gold abstract paper table runner; 9. Thorn centerpiece, available through Sara Ray Interior Design