Bringing this 1897 historic home back to life was a rewarding challenge for our team of interior designers. From selecting the refreshing grey color on the walls, to selecting the right wood finishes on the furniture, every detail in this house was thoroughly thought through. The goal was to create a balance between a new family moving into the house while maintaining the character of a house that sits old and wise in Downtown Bowling Green, KY. A Wesley Hall custom sofa draws attention to the tall statement window at the front of the home, while the leather lounge chair frames the conversation space. The stately dining room is made more casual with the reclaimed wood dining room table and fabric chairs, while the scalloped mirror and floral print draws the eye the 16 foot ceilings.
This new construction home brought a refreshing new palette to our team of interior designers when the builder asked us to stage it for the annual Bowling Green Parade of Homes. The stunning and colorful Loloi rugs were the talk of the Parade, as well as the vinyl rugs that were scattered throughout the home. Kentucky-inspired, the décor in this home reflects that of the Bluegrass state. You’ll find horse statues throughout and a beautiful barn oil painting in the dining room that ties the farmhouse-designed home together.
Owner, Interior Designer