I’ve got a new Home Tour post for you today! I’ve actually already saved 15+ homes for potential blog tours this month because I’m really enjoying deep diving into designer portfolios for this series. I’ve discovered some seriously talented industry professionals. Today’s tour is in Nashville and has been designed by the talented Lilly Taylor. This gorgeous neutral and modern Hill Place home has me dreaming of slow summer cloudy or rainy days in the comforts of a quiet and inviting home. Click through for a fun and inspiring tour… I’m looking forward to hearing your thoughts on this one!
Being a neutral space, I appreciate the addition of texture & warm materials inserted throughout this room… herringbone flooring, a wool rug, soft custom drapery panels, cabinet caning, woven decor, baskets, throws, etc. White hues can look clinical, but these design elements make this living space feeling inviting and cozy.
I also noted the buttercream paint color… it’s one of those perfect chameleon neutrals! To me, this home does a good job of pairing modern and traditional design elements & furniture for a sophisticated and classic look.
The white kitchen is spacious, but my personal favorites in this open concept room are the range and the walk-in pantry. I love how it’s styled, too! Functional? Maybe not, but it certainly is beautiful.
Have you been noticing more distressed mirrored backsplashes lately? I have and while I do like the look, I’m not sure it would be practical for everyday use in my own kitchen. I could definitely see this application at a bar or in a butler’s pantry, though. What are your thoughts? It’s a great trick for reflecting light to brighten a room.
Moving on from the kitchen, down the hall and into the bathroom…. the millwork in here is really lovely- as are the light fixtures!
I really like the inset mirrors within the paneling, along with the apron front countertop for an extra substantial look. That’s a nice designer touch! Again, we’re seeing another timeless neutral paint color worth saving.
One of the areas I was most impressed with was the outdoor patio… for being a small space, it’s really well done! I love all of the brick and clean aesthetic.
Having a pizza oven for our Friday night ritual would definitely be a dream. Can you imagine Pizza Fridays with one? If you have a narrow yard or patio, this is a clever thing to add to fill negative space wisely.
The transitions throughout this home work really well thanks to the similar paint colors, consistent millwork, and cohesive aesthetic. I love that little chandelier in the hall- it looks vintage.
I hope you enjoyed the home tour! It’s always fun to peek inside the walls of someone else’s space. I have so many good ones saved, of all different aesthetics in a variety of locations. I think this is going to be a fun and enjoyable series for us! I hope you’re having a great week.