Tour Model Taylor Hill’s Rustic Nashville Retreat

Hill ultimately scored a new reclaimed oak table from Riverside Franklin, a home store outside Nashville. She picked up the mismatched chairs from the well-loved local antique store Patina + Co. and the Nashville Flea Market and had her mother spray-paint them with Rust-Oleum’s Midnight Blue.

Elsewhere, Hill’s late grandmother’s Blue Willow china fills two corner cabinets, yard sale finds she painted white. On the walls, copper frames surround the home’s original cerulean blueprints, signed by the architects. “When I saw them, I was like, You know where those would look good? In my giant, empty, white-walled dining room,” Hill laughs.

The light-filled den is an ’80s addition to the original 1936 house. “The couch is a beast. It’s from RH and was worth every penny. My dog loves to run around on it, so it has some scratches, but I think it’s meant to be lived in. I don’t want a couch where I’m like, don’t sit there.” The coffee table was an eBay find, while the pillow, throws, and poufs are from companies ranging from Hermès to Ugg, with a Costco faux fur thrown in for good measure.

Photography and styling by Alyssa Rosenheck

In contrast to the shadowy front rooms, the giant den that occupies the home’s innermost corner provides a blast of sunshine. “The living and dining rooms are dark and cozy, and then there’s this big, modern space,” Hill says of the room, a 588-square-foot ’80s addition that has two long walls of windows. Her challenge: finding a throughline with paint. A glossy coat of Naval by Sherwin-Williams covers a wall of built-in shelves, filled with books, bar accouterments, and her collection of elephants, which Hill says is her spirit animal.

An oversized RH couch provides lounging space. “This is where we watch movies and have morning hangouts when my whole family’s here,” Hill says. “The couch is 13 by 9 feet and people still have to sit on the floor.” Poufs, pillows, and throws from brands like Hermès, Pendleton, and Ugg help make it a cozier endeavor.

Upstairs, the airy primary bedroom is anchored by a metal bed by Novogratz that Hill found on Wayfair. “I love it in here,” she says. “I wanted this room to feel very mountain-y. I wake up and I feel like I’m on vacation in a log cabin.” The bedside tables and rug were scored from Dealer’s Choice, a nearby auction house.

“This is my entire apartment in New York, this one room,” she says of her closet, which features exposed beams and an antler chandelier. “I didn’t have enough closet space there, and here I am now with a whole room I’ve made into my closet.” The pink fabric chairs are a Chairish find, while the stained glass in the window is from Dealer’s Choice. The rugs are a high-low mix from the Southern Loom, Costco, and Target.

Photography and styling by Alyssa Rosenheck

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Heading out of the primary bedroom, visitors pass a pleasantly incongruous modern black-and-white striped bathroom (“I call it the Beetlejuice room,” says Hill) on their way to the main event, Hill’s closet: a light-filled, pink jolt of femininity.

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