Green HillsContemporary Family Room, Nashville

Brad + Jen Butcher

Family room - large contemporary open concept medium tone wood floor and brown floor family room idea in Nashville with gray walls —  Houzz
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Aerica D'amaro wrote:May 24, 2015
  • Emily Walley
    thank you.i found a champagne one locally.our rug store had returned from market
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    decorhut

    This is beautiful, love the soft and shiny hair. A perfect pick.

balogunbb wrote:Mar 7, 2017
American Design International wrote:Sep 14, 2016
wendylinden wrote:Sep 11, 2016
Chelsea Anderson wrote:Jul 22, 2016
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    Crowell + Co. Interiors

    That is a cut piece of jute that I had cut and bound locally at Myers Carpeting.

melissa86 wrote:Apr 22, 2016
Michelle McCullough wrote:Feb 17, 2016
accountess9 wrote:Dec 22, 2015
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    Crowell + Co. Interiors

    It is a CR Laine sofa that is t the trade. I am sure you could google who in your area sells them.


dantzis wrote:Oct 14, 2015
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    Crowell + Co. Interiors

    they were built with the home and are about 18 feet high. I don't know the stain as my clients were the second owners. Sorry!


hjoy_hannah wrote:Sep 15, 2015
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sonagalfayan wrote:Aug 10, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    mitchell_parker
    Mitchell Parker added this to Room of the Day: Color-Coded Bookcase Spiffs Up a Nashville LibraryJul 1, 2015

    To figure out the style that the homeowner and his girlfriend would like, Crowell began by sending them images from Houzz and narrowing things down from there. When they responded enthusiastically to a blue velvet chesterfield sofa, she built the room around that. While the bookcase was already wired for lighting, the medieval-style fixtures that were in place didn’t sit well with Crowell. She swapped them out with modern candle-like sconces.She and her clients also didn’t like the Santa Fe-style plaster finish on the walls that had been installed by previous homeowners. So the first thing she did to the space was add drywall and paint. For the walls, she chose Cornforth White from Farrow & Ball. “It’s the perfect light gray,” she says. “I probably use it in every single house I do. It doesn’t read blue, green or purple, which is easy with gray paint.” She used Lamp Room Gray by Farrow & Ball, which has a little bit of green in it, to darken the bookcase backing. Through the back-and-forth with Houzz images, Crowell knew the homeowner’s girlfriend liked Hollywood glamorous style, so she brought in a couple of noir dome chairs. The rest of her approach focused on mixing. A marble-topped coffee table with silver legs is mixed with brass side tables. “I just love mixing metals like that,” the designer says. Meanwhile, a cowhide rug is layered on top of a jute rug. “Jute is so inexpensive,” Crowell says. “I like to do something inexpensive and then something nice on top.”She chose simple, neutral drapes with studded fabric at the bottom that wouldn’t dominate the high-ceilinged space. “I didn’t want to have 20 feet of pattern,” she says. Coffee table: Surf, Worlds Away; sconces: Currey & Co.; side tables: Gabby

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    naika_andre
    NJA Interiors added this to Living SpacesJul 1, 2019

    Love the color coordinated books in the built in bookcase, lighting, accent chair and tufted sofa.

    georgina100
    Ruth Lee added this to House bitsJul 1, 2019

    Shelving to roof looks good , possibility in family

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