By celebrating historic architecture, creating functional spaces and being bold with color, Beth Haley has earned a spot on our interior designer crush list! Image: Nick McGinn
Nashville Interior Design
StyleBlueprint features the best of Nashville interior design, from gorgeous homes at all price points to interviews with the most influential interior designers, to tips on remodeling—you’ll find it all here. We feature seasonal trends and timeless classics to provide beautiful inspiration for your own home.
These local eateries boast interiors worth talking about. In addition to serving delicious food, the restaurants provide an environment you will want to return to again and again.
Classic English style defines the design of this home. Mark Simmons was able to carry the look into three separate spaces that make up the home’s central living area. Take a look at how he perfectly designed an open floor plan.
Our latest interior designer crush divulges design secrets, lessons learned and more. Meet Bryan Patrick Flynn!
A dilapidated farmhouse enjoys new life while honoring its rich historic past. Take a look! Image: Showcase Photographers
Ever wonder what job perks a builder has? Take a look at this house, where custom finishes and fabulous design create the perfect place to call home!
Master bathrooms should be places to relax and rejuvenate. Thanks to added touches of luxury and thoughtful design details, these bathrooms are just that.
The master suite inside a 1920’s Belle Meade home was renovated for the first time in 30 years, and the end result is breathtaking!
The annual O’More Designer Show House is back! This year, 16 designers are responsible for show-stopping spaces in this unique home. Image: Brennan Smith
When she wanted beauty and he wanted comfort, interior designer Lisa Gabrielson delivered, creating an inspiring, bright and approachable place to call home. Take a look! Image: Christina Wedge
Start shopping now for your holiday essentials! These six items will help you set the stage for a lovely get together.
Take one look at this terrace-level transformation, and we think you’ll agree that this isn’t your parents’ basement.