We peeked inside O’More Designer Show House in Nashville when it was open for tours last fall, and not to frighten you, but I’m seeing SCHOOL SUPPLIES everywhere, so fall can NOT be too far away. Let’s revisit this amazing collaboration of top notch designers in the South and entertain 11 Interior Design Ideas from this Nashville beauty!
Photography by Brennan Smith courtesy of O’More Designer Show House
11 Interior Design Ideas: Nashville Show House
Overview of the 2017 Show House
O’More Designer Show House 2017 provided inspiration and insight to design enthusiasts throughout the Southeast and is located within Você, a neighborhood on Granny White Pike. The show house provided inspiration particularly for home buyers longing to live in an intimate space, while also desiring ample room to entertain.
“We could not be more thrilled with the interior designers who have agreed to contribute their talent and time to this year’s Show House.” ~ Shari Fox (O’More President)
The Show House showcased the work of 18 designers plus that of O’More’s amazing students, who served as apprentices to the designers.
Designers Included in O’More Designer Show House 2017
Susan Besser, Franklin Preservation Association and Corey Morris, C. Morris Studio (“Do All” Room)
Bob Brown, Robert Brown Interior Design (Screened Porch)
Lila Frank, Lila Pryor Frank Interiors (Master Bedroom and Vestibule)
Evan Gibbs, Pfeffer Torrode Architecture (Stair Landing and Upstairs Foyer)
Joanne Haynes and Gretchen Pennell, J. Haynes Interiors (Second Floor Guest Bedroom)
Minnette Jackson, Minnette Jackson Interiors (Friends Entry and Gallery)
Kimberly Kelly, K7 Interior Design (Library)
Kate Ladd, Vernacular (Foyer)
Susan Lamb, Parkes and Lamb Interiors (First Floor Powder Room)
Chelsea Skye Mills, Sanctuary South (First Floor Guest Bedroom)
Amy Morris, Amy Morris Interiors (Family Room)
O’More Fashion students (His/Her Closets)
Kathy Sandler, Sandler Design Group (Upstairs Laundry Room, Coffee Station, Master Bath and Hall)
Jonathan Savage, Savage Interior Designs (Dining Room)
Elaina Siren and Jamaica Zralek, Red Leaf Interiors (Courtyard/Front Porch)
Randi Stovesand, Tanley Blake Interiors (Kitchen and Scullery)
Interior Design Idea No. 1
That rebellious black exterior! Would you, could you also choose an ebony exterior?
Departing from the trend in recent years to paint houses all-white, the Show House was painted completely black – setting a strikingly dramatic tone.
Interior Design Idea No. 2
Wake up traditional style with cosmic couture.
This conversation starting coffee table in the family room was designed by Amy Morris.
Interior Design Idea No. 3
Add animal print to a bedroom. This one is by Lila Frank.
Interior Design Idea No. 4
Mass pottery in your favorite color on a dining table.
Here, Jonathan Savage’s sophisticated dining room table is topped with a plethora of my personal favorite color and a fun monogram.
Interior Design Idea No. 5
Showcase stems + Place florals at eye level!
A trio of organic lovely casually welcomes visitors to the foyer and was designed by Kate Ladd.
Interior Design Idea No. 6
Add handsome luxe sophistication to a kitchen by restraining the color palette.
The show house’s kitchen and scullery by Randi Stovesand with Tanley Blake Interiors is a study in textures and timelessness.
Interior Design Idea No. 7
Paint bead board a color other than white.
Bob Brown’s seriously stunning screen porch is a coup for classy cocooning (do we ever see black bead board ceilings or art hung from firewood?)
Interior Design Idea No. 8
A liberal dose of marble glam, m’am…compliments of designer Chelsea Skye Mills.
Interior Design Idea No. 9
Dress your library with a smile.
Designer Kimberly Kelly created a magical and chic-with-a-smile escape to read or dream.
See the same gorgeous wall covering in a Maryland dining room RIGHT HERE.
Interior Design Idea No. 10
Nothings says welcome like a Dutch door.
This charming “friends entry” authored by designer Minnette Jackson sets a tone and also whispers an intimate story.
Interior Design Idea No. 11
Visit every show house to which you are able. It’s a win-win for all involved, and you never know what inspiration awaits!
In case you love designer secrets…find secrets behind an exceptionally beautiful show house kitchen (also in Nashville!)…SEE THIS.
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