OK- before we write anything further, we just wanted to say THANK YOU to the 500+ people who read our blog yesterday. Who knew SteinMart was our ticket to the over 500 viewer mark? But, today I’m talking chairs. How rescuing chairs somehow rescues me. With the Whitland Home Tour deadline ticking away (less than
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.
Rachel Halvorson is a local designer whose talent and eye I truly respect. You’ve seen her name pop up here a few times. I asked her to share some basic tips which we could all use when decorating our homes. Overall, her advice seems to be: go bigger not smaller. I guess once you go bigger,
Gilchrist Gilchrist has everything from linens to home goods, and it’s all wrapped up in a quaint Berry Hill cottage.
Challenge: She had to spruce up her guest room for less than $200. Could she do it? Of course she can! Wait. Let’s back up a minute. Quick background on Rachel and how I found her. My house is for sale. I know you all are teaming with jealously over how lucky I am to
This is a quick little post about when I sat down with Sally Truitt, a local designer, whose taste I admire. I asked Sally to pick a few things to liven up our homes ushering in warm breezes and leaving winter behind. I love her ideas and here they are: Roll up your wool rugs
I first read about these seashells in Real Simple a year and a half ago. They struck a cord with me. Now, I’m on the prowl for the perfect wedding present for my dear cousin, Samantha. She is the only other girl cousin I have on my Mom’s side, so we have always had a
I’ve been looking for a lamp. I’ve looked at all price points and I just couldn’t find what I was envisioning. I wanted something that would work with my combination of antiques, modern art, and comfy furniture. Nothing to distract from my warm colored walls. You’ll never guess where I found this gem: WORLD MARKET.
*note, this interview was done when Joe Smith was the owner of Ilex. He has since passed away and the shop has changed ownership and now resides on 8th Ave. Ilex’s information can now be found here: Ilex for Flowers. Occupation / Type of Work: Floral Designer, Event Planner, and Visionary Extraordinaire Joe, can you give
I love the beauty of branches in Wintertime The starkness holds it own special beauty that the leaves of summer hide. When I pull down my last Christmas decoration, I see my house with the same view as that stark branch…and I love it. I don’t want clutter now. I want to see the bones
I have always liked pottery, but my Mississippi friends showed me why I needed to love pottery. So, while this entry is about Tennessee pottery, the road that took me here was through a town called Merigold, MS. This is where McCarty pottery is found. It, along with Peters Pottery from Mound Bayou, MS, line