Prepare to be wowed! Nashville-based interior designer Sarah Bartholomew is known for creating interiors that balance beauty and function, layer color and pattern and embody both elegance and practicality (she is a mother of four after all!), so it’s no surprise that her family’s home is filled with her signature fresh take on traditional style. The beautiful Georgian home is layered with bold pattern, natural texture and an inspiring mix of old and new, not to mention a crisp color palette I absolutely adore! The blue and white kitchen is one of my favorite spaces. I mean what’s not to love about this cozy breakfast nook above?! Photographer David Hillegas captured so many more stunning spaces and vignettes, keep on scrolling for more!
Gorgeous console in the foyer. Pierre Frey’s Toiles de Nantes wallpaper is the real showstopper though!
The colors and textures couldn’t be prettier in the living room. Love the fringe on the sofa!
Such fresh colors in this darling girls’ room. The walls are painted Farrow and Ball’s Borrowed Light.
Yet another beautiful moment. I love the vibrant floral fabric on this settee (Brunschwig & Fils’ New Athos).
This laundry room is one of the most gorgeous I’ve ever seen! Quadrille’s Climbing Hydrangea wallpaper is a stunner.
To read all about the home and see lots more photos, check out this article in Southern Living. And be sure to visit Sarah Bartholomew’s website for even more photos and a look at the rest of her droolworthy portfolio. If you love her style as much as I do and want to get the look in your own home, take look at her shop section and this feature on Chairish. She’s a must-follow on Instagram too!