I hit another Home Tour in Nashville this weekend. This one was for charity so I just had to go (like I need a reason). Plus, one of the homes featured is owned by friends of ours who got help from another friend with the decorating. So, let's start there, shall we?


Not the best shot of the outside, so let's go in.
I'll start with my two favorite rooms, the family room and kitchen. It may be hard to tell from my photos but the walls were covered in a natural grass cloth making the large room feel very warm and cozy. Also, loving the coffered ceiling and chandelier - it looks like the Isa chandelier from Oly Studio.
The Titans were playing so of course men were watching the game while women toured.

This shot does not do the kitchen justice. It is gorgeous.
A close-up of the backsplash tiles.

The screened-in porch off the kitchen/family room.

Perfect mudroom with cubbies and corkboard, drawers and adorable chandelier (which I cut off, sorry).

Beautiful powder room covered in Potalla Background by Alan Campbell.

Upstairs playroom. They have three girls under the age of seven. Notice the pink ceiling and green chandelier.
Loving this green Venetian-inspired chandelier.

 Upstairs laundry/craft room between playroom and girls' rooms.

Love the little details throughout.

This is the ceiling of the craft room. If you couldn't tell, the lady of the house is a huge Lily Pulitzer fan. This is LP paper on the ceiling.

More sweet details in a window seat in one of the girl's rooms.

And the cutest little "Jill and Jill" bath that you've ever seen.

Close-up of the tile floor.

 A corner of another girl's room. I have those same pom poms in my daughter's room. Until she makes me take them down. I just think they're fun.

The guest room.

Tile in the guest bath. More attention to detail.


I think this is the Flower Drop Chandelier from Oly Studio. I know she got a deal on at least one of these chandeliers from the incredible Beckwith Interiors in Nashville (which I'll have to do a separate post on) because it was a floor model.


And lastly, the dining room . . .
where we'll be eating in a few months when our friends host our supper club. Can't wait. Hope you enjoyed the tour.

I took a few photos in another house, but I'll have to share those another time. Remember, there's still time to enter the giveaway.
 
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