Wouldn’t you love to turn a favorite house from your childhood into your family’s dream home? With the help of Nashville-based interior designer Sarah Bartholomew, that is exactly what the lucky homeowner of this 1926 Georgian Revival was able to do! Photographed by Emily Followill and gracing the cover of the May/June issue of Traditional Home, the stately home is brimming with fresh, cheery hues and artfully mixed patterns. The entryway above is a stunning introduction to the springy palette woven throughout the home. Loving the center hall table covered in Quadrille’s “Veneto” fabric!
The blue stools and Coleen & Company scalloped lanterns add a dash of color to the white kitchen.
So in love with the “Bird and Thistle” wallpaper by Brunschwig & Fils. Gorgeous detail on the chairs too!
The homeowner has some amazing collections, including the Chinese porcelain vases and jars lining the mantel.
So many beautiful details in the daughter’s bedroom. You know I’m digging the color palette too!
There’s still a lot more to see…to finish the tour, read all about the home and learn sources, visit Traditional Home. And for more beautiful and inspiring designs by Sarah Bartholomew, visit her website and Instagram. I seriously can’t get enough of her signature fresh spin on traditional style!
For another gorgeous home I’ve featured by the Nashville-based designer, go here!