Clear-coat walnut, full overlay doors combine shaker and slab styles in this Oak Hill home. Glass-paneled upper cabinets reflect the room’s splendid view and enhance its open design.
Two islands, two purposes, two looks. A two-level island that echoes the primary custom cabinets offers seating as well as serving space. With a second sink and painted cabinets (Urbane Bronze), the working island adds function and visual interest.
Walnut for the kitchen and the entertainment center along the back wall complement the structural ceiling beams and wrap the grand space in an earthy bow.
The home’s design leverages a spectacular view of Nashville with a wall of windows, vaulted ceilings and spaces as open as the sky.
A strong modern aesthetic is established immediately in this Green Hills home, where new construction blends mixed exterior finishes and a subtle entrance.
The main entrance is both bold and understated. A delightful life-size sculpture of a sheep greets guests who glance through the open steps.
An expanse of high-gloss white cabinets (SW Extra White) brings the “wow” factor, a look created with full overlay slab cabinet doors and beveled edges. An oversized island with seating perfectly complements the dining table and mid-century chairs.
The kitchen palette continues across the custom built dining table and fireplace mantle. Espresso stain grounds the space, inviting the lush foliage outdoors to join the conversation.
White cabinetry in the master bath gives the expanse of marble - and the whimsically bold chandelier - center stage.
No tug-of-war in this shared bath, which has more than ample style and space. High gloss and full overlay doors add a sense of tidiness.
Hidden steel supports anchor a floating espresso-stained oak desk with space for two.
Custom-built, wall-to-wall storage, also in oak, provide the small office the flair of a well-appointed corner suite.
No cabinets here yet the pool area reflects the simple, modern elegance seen throughout the home.