Great design style graced with a blend of graphic patterns, florals and classic Georgian Revival architecture perfectly describes this renovated 1926 Nashville home selected for this feature.
Designed by Sarah Bartholomew Design with a goal of reflecting her client’s personality, the finished project that began in 2015 deserves a perfect score. The refreshing blend of color, textiles, flooring and wallcoverings leave you with a ton of inspiration that will be hard to shake off.
The entry greets you with a burst of color balanced perfectly with textiles and flooring .
Perfect symmetry and design elements blend with ease in this living room anchored by two “Catherine” sofas from Century and windows dressed in Chevron Bar fabric from Brunschwig & Fils.
Fresh green Versailles Velvet fabric by Kravet adds life to this study.
Soft blues brighten this white kitchen with upholstery and lighting.
Refreshing florals update this lovely breakfast room.
Luxurious layers of solids and florals in greens and blues grace the Louis XVI style upholstered bed.
The graphic “Fireworks” wallcovering by Albert Hadley offers a nice contrast to the gold sconces and mirror.
An overall design inspiration, this amazing project is loaded with details that deserve a second look. To view the entire gallery please click over to Nashville Home with Pretty Color and Pattern at Traditional Home.
Photography: Emily Followill