American Modern

American Modern

Posted on Jan 5, 2013 in Pottery, Staging, Uncategorized, Vintage Props | No Comments

  Russel Wright is an icon of mid century industrial design. Perhaps most known for his dinnerware, he designed furniture and other housewares as well. Wright brought modernism into the average American home, often via the family dinner table. Take a look at the sophisticated color palette and graceful forms of his “American Modern” dinnerware ...

Hillsboro Village Bungalow

Hillsboro Village Bungalow

Posted on Jan 4, 2013 in Design, Lighting, Selections, Uncategorized | No Comments

    When my dear friend bought this craftsman style bungalow, it was in the midst of a half finished renovation. This allowed us to correct several poor decisions and restore the home while maintaining the architectural integrity of this charming bungalow. On the exterior we kept the eye catching barn red color but toned ...

Deco Inspired Bath

Deco Inspired Bath

    This deco inspired bath was designed for the use of two children. The homeowners wanted their new jack and jill bath to play off of the original downstairs bath, with tiled walls and a retro feel that suited their period home. The wall color was chosen because of the homeowners love for her ...

West End Master Bath

West End Master Bath

    My years spent working at Kenny & Company has armed me with product knowledge that comes in handy if you are involved in a kitchen or bath remodel. This is a master bathroom renovation that I had the pleasure of working on with my friends at Copp Canale Interiors while I was employed ...

Staircase Makeover

Staircase Makeover

Posted on Dec 5, 2012 in Casegoods, Design, Inspiration, Selections | No Comments

  This 12th South homeowner needed some help dealing with a staircase that was a late addition to the home. We trimmed out the doors to create the look of wainscot and carried the baseboard around the front of the staircase. Then we gave it all a good coat of paint and turned an eyesore ...

Craftsman Living Room

Craftsman Living Room

Posted on Dec 5, 2012 in Furniture, Staging, Uncategorized | No Comments

  Here’s a quick before and after of a living room that I have recently worked on.  My client had some quality craftsman period antiques.  We reupholstered the wooden reclining chair and then had fun with the furniture arrangement and accessories.  The result is very cozy room that showcases the unique pieces that this homeowner ...

Melrose Fireplace

Melrose Fireplace

Posted on Nov 2, 2012 in Casegoods, Design, Inspiration, Lighting, Tile | No Comments

  This 1930’s tudor cottage remained largely unaltered from its original state, with the exception of a poorly executed attempt to stone the fireplace. This was a do-it-yourself project gone wrong. We quickly removed the sloppy stonework and crooked sconces and went to Preservation Station to find a mantle and sconces suitable for this period ...

Cisco Street Remodel

Cisco Street Remodel

Posted on Nov 2, 2012 in Design | No Comments

  This 1930’s cottage has plenty of charm, but needs more space for the growing family that calls it home. We will be gutting the home and expanding to make this 2 bedroom, 1 bath home into a 4 bedroom, 3 bath home. Our main objectives are to keep the home in scale with the ...

Linden Avenue Bath

Linden Avenue Bath

  I recently finished up working as a consultant on a master bath remodel in a lovely home on Linden Avenue. The home is a modern construction, four square house that draws its inspiration from the period homes of the neighborhood. This project is a perfect example of how I can work with clients in ...

Melrose Bath Remodel

Melrose Bath Remodel

  I have been working on a charming tudor cottage in the 12th South neighborhood of Nashville. The bathroom was a mess, so it was first on the to do list.  We gutted the bathroom and recreated a space that looks like it could be original to the house. Plumbing fittings, fixtures and tile were ...