Tudor style inspired dwelling with reclaimed barn wood in Nashville

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This transitional style home was designed by Millworks Designs and staged by Fresh Perspectives, located in the Oak Hill area of Nashville, Tennessee. This newly constructed dwelling is comprised of 5,644 square feet of living space with five bedrooms and four bathrooms with two half baths. The home was developed to exude an historic feel, featuring a mix of old and new materials throughout.

The home is located around the corner from the prestigious Governor’s Mansion, a desirable place to live. Highlights includes: transom windows, reclaimed fireplaces, exposed brick walls, a reclaimed newel post mixed in with exposed beams, expansive rooms, and even a cool loft space—accessible via a ladder. The interiors scheme showcases a Restoration Hardware vibe attributed to the selection of furnishings and accessories.

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Exquisite hardwood flooring throughout the main living spaces adds to the overall aesthetic. While expansive windows illuminates the interiors with natural light. There are also several outdoor decks to enjoy the sights and sounds of the surrounding 1.3 acres of countryside. This residence is chalk full of character, a charming place to call home.

Above: The dwelling features a Tudor style inspired exterior facade with reclaimed barn wood.

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What We Love: This tudor style inspired home is beautiful both inside and out. We love the use of reclaimed barn wood and hints of reclaimed materials throughout. The Restoration Hardware inspired interiors scheme makes the living areas feel warm and comfortable. An open and airy layout makes this family home feel inviting from the moment of entry.

Readers, what are your thoughts on this home, do you find the interiors scheme to be appealing? Is there anything you would like to have seen designed differently? Please share your opinions in the comments below. We love reading your feedback!

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Above: The dining room features a reclaimed newel post and transom windows.

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Above: The kitchen features a mix of old and new with gray cabinetry and reclaimed pantry doors.

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Above: A sitting room is located adjacent to the home office.

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Above: A hallway nook offered some additional decorating space, so the designer opted to create an extra office space.

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Above: The master bedroom retreat offers an industrial-vintage aesthetic.

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Above: In the bathroom, furniture style vanities helps to balance the central focal point of the space—the freestanding tub.

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Above: A game room offers an extra bonus—a ladder that leads to a loft space for kids to play.

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Photos: Courtesy of Millworks Designs

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