Get Inspired: Nashville Country Charm with a Minimalistic Twist
From the moment you step into the house, you will see different textures and glamourous details. This space features a vintage Murano glass globe light. It hangs in front of an antique Moroccan mirror, and mid-century stools.
She kept the home decor very clean and neutral. Everything is the same color palette, but she uses unique textures like woods and stones to avoid making the room look too sterile. The room features a vintage Maitland-Smith cocktail table and a Verellen sofa.
This earthy kitchen is full of natural light. It features a plant wall to bring serenity to the space. The stand-out piece of the kitchen is the globe pendant light from RH.
Musgraves kept the room very minimal and serene. The large travertine table is surrounded by different colored velvet chairs from CB2.
Globes and orbs are a common theme throughout the home. This space features a late 19th-century table and a hand-knotted Moroccan checkerboard rug.
A touch of Paris is featured in the guest bedroom. The bed is a 1900 French original. The bed adds elegance to the minimalistic room.
The most unique room of the house is the power room. It’s decorated with vintage nude sketches paper all over the walls.
The Nashville pad was originally built in 2012. It was full of wallpaper patterns and bold color schemes. Musgraves teamed up with interior designer, Lindsay Rhodes, to transform the home into a tranquil country abode for a country superstar. They wanted the house to have dimension, which is why they chose muted warm tones. It might be the first time I’ve seen a Nashville home designed with a Los Angeles-style minimalistic twist. What do you think?