With its historic homes, cafes, retail destinations, and nearby colleges, the Belmont-Hillsboro neighborhood has long been a desirable retreat for homeowners searching for an urban-meets-classic Nashville oasis — the perfect blend of hip shops and suburban life, where 20th-century bungalows and quaint sidewalks prevail. That effort is made clear in each room of the house, where you’ll spot curated vignettes, carefully distributed pops of color, and greenery to bring out the surrounding earth tones. “Relaxed sophistication, a soothing color palette, and distinct spaces designed for entertaining friends and connecting with family make this home feel welcoming,” says Beth. Winding up to the third level of the residence and opening into the media room (which overlooks the neighborhood), it is a focal point on each floor. Giant windows flood the home with natural light, and various houseplants add greenery to offset the mostly-neutral color palette. Mixing and matching new custom pieces with her client’s existing furniture, Beth created a sanctuary that has the breezy air of a secluded treehouse.
Minimal ornamentation and soothing tones channel an almost Santa Barbara-style interior, with a smattering of blue to bring in a pop of color here and there. “The bedrooms all contain numerous windows, some with unique sizes,” says Beth, “and all are highlighted by adding a small seating arrangement.” This layout allows for optimum relaxation — a spot to slowly wake up and transition into the morning or hibernate until bedtime.
Each room is thoughtfully designed to mesh vintage furniture and modern embellishments — a combination that adds to the home’s charm and style. Additionally, custom pieces abound, ensuring that fixtures and furnishings are sized appropriately and fit the design style impeccably.