Sara Ray Interior Design

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Belmont-Hillsboro Bourbon Bar

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For this project, we designed a custom bar to highlight our client’s growing bourbon collection. The built-in shelving features a metallic sunburst tile backsplash, and the bar is grounded with a velvet channel tufted base. A mix of materials, including leather, brass, velvet, and linen, works with the eclecticism of the collection to tie the whole room together.

We designed the built-in bar and selected all finishes, furnishings, lighting, art, rugs, and accessories, for this space.

Photography by Gieves Anderson.

Morgan Farms – New Construction

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This newly-built home features classic design elements with a modern twist. With a base of white walls and accent molding, the clean lines of the fixtures stand out. Custom details and designs throughout the home make it unique and cohesive, a benefit of making selections from the building phase. Pops of color in the furnishings and accessories round out the spaces and add interest to the otherwise neutral home.

We selected all interior and exterior finishes and fixtures, as well as furnishings, art, rugs, and accessories, for this custom home.

Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck.

4605 Lealand – New Construction

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This Oak Hill new construction home boasts a transitional design aesthetic through finishes, fixtures, and tile. Classic features, from lighting to hardware selections, tie each room together and further accentuate the transitional feel of the home. This home was designed for our client, Hallmark Building Group.

We selected all interior and exterior finishes, plumbing and lighting fixtures, cabinetry, and hardware, along with creating unique designs for the fireplace mantel and wet bar.

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Photos by Gieves Anderson.

Historic Edgefield

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This 1880’s East Nashville home was already bursting with character – our client’s passion for unique folk art pieces and family history was clear from the start. Our challenge was to lighten up and modernize the spaces, creating a mix of old and new, for an expressive, meaningful, and captivating environment. We brought in custom furniture and rugs, and family heirloom pieces were reupholstered with modern fabrics. The hallway’s floor was painted in a bold, graphic pattern, leading through the home to a beautiful garden in the back yard. This was truly a special project, and our clients love the transformation!

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Photography by Gieves Anderson.

 

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