Sara Ray Interior Design

Project Spotlight: Oak Hill New Construction

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


Brass plumbing fixtures and shelving brackets warm the space. The open shelving is functional and provides an area to display special pieces.



We custom designed the pantry with the client’s needs in mind. It serves as overflow for serving and party pieces, as well as cookbooks and small appliances.



Tucked into a corner of the dining room, this butler’s pantry is small but has a lot of style, with its metal grout joints and oversize antiqued tile. We repeated the brass plumbing fixture – it’s from the same collection as the kitchen faucet. The clean, sleek lines are perfect for this small space.



The master bathroom has lots of contrast and drama with its dark floors, doors, and other features, while the countertops, cabinets, and walls remain light.


The deep soaking tub and shower are fitted with brass plumbing fixtures, as well. The black grout joints in the shower continue the contrast from the floor.


Crystal knobs provide the right amount of sparkle, adding a touch of femininity to what could otherwise have been a very masculine space.


The double fireplace opens to the living room and dining room. The antique rug, vintage pouf, and gorgeous artwork add a nice punch of color to this cozy setting.



Builder: Hallmark Building Group

Resources include: Nashville Rug Gallery, Julia Martin Gallery, Gas Lamp Antiques, Flea Market Fab, Woodstock Vintage Lumber, Designers Gallery

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