Leland Interiors, L.L.C. and Leland Antiques, L.L.C. were founded in 1997 and are the successors to Ted Leland, Inc. founded in 1967. The award winning Leland interior design firms, based in Nashville, Tennessee, have built a reputation for high end residences and executive offices with projects ranging from California to Florida, imparting each with attention to the smallest detail. The process of conception through installation begins with closely listening to the dreams and needs of the client and interpreting their desires into a uniquely creative and functional space.

As direct importers of antiques for over thirty years, the firm advises clients on the purchases of antiques for their design projects and often incorporates antique architectural pieces into new construction for a soft, time worn and quality appearance.

Kippie Leland A.S.I.D., owner/designer of Leland Interiors, received her interior design degree in 1980 and is a registered designer with the state of Tennessee. She worked with her father Ted Leland from 1982 until his retirement in 1997. She describes her personal style as “A collected look using pieces softened by age, beautiful fabrics, and quality design.”

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Services Provided
Plan review, design consulting, project management, installation, custom fabrication, and consult with architects and landscape architects.

Areas Served
Davidson County including Nashville, Brentwood, Belle Meade, Green Hills and West Meade.

Certifications and Awards
2011 - Received the Tennessee Chapter ASID Kenneth Kimbrough Award
2011 - Participated in the Nashville Southern Living Showcase Home.
2011 - Honorable Mention award in the F, Schumacher international contest, "Show Off Your Schumacher Wallcovering".
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Contact: Kippie Leland
Location: 2133 Ashwood Ave.
Nashville, TN 37212
Commented: Mirror on door measurement please. (Or how much of a border around it? The mirror needs to clear the door knob then use that same measurement on the other sides. Hopes this helps.
November 7, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What brand are the sconces? Sorry, not sure, the client had them in a previous home.
November 4, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Are the dining chairs antique? They are very good reproductions, unfortunately, the company we bought them from has since gone out of business.
October 20, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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