Under Construction

Hi all! I just got back from a site visit in Nashville earlier this week. I wanted to share some of our progress photos. The house is moving along and I can’t wait to see it completed! It has been an awesome and fun project with a great team and clients which makes it all the better! I will post some after photos once it is complete. But here are a few photos of where we are today!

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(If you follow me on Instagram you have probably seen some of these photos already… Sorry for the repeat)

XO,

Paige

15 thoughts on “Under Construction

  1. Can you share the manufacturer’s name of the hardware? The whole project is beautiful, as always, but I just love the hardware.
    Thanks

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  2. Paige,
    The entire house is stunning – very unexpected (especially the wallpaper in the powder room). But what truly caught my eye – That newell post! It’s one of the prettiest things I’ve seen in awhile. That sort of detail is what makes a space. Love it. M.

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  3. Looks beautiful Have been showing brass toned hardware to all my clients But, I do want to point out the unless that sconce is wet rated…you will never pass inspection NYS Code is 8 feet for electricity above a bath tub Check into you state regulations

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  4. With so many subway tiles out there,pls enlighten me w/your choice of tile used in bath ..your tiles in shower pic looks gorgeous…..great job all around..top notch y’all.
    Thanks in advance for sharing the info on subway tile and color used!!

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    • Thank for following us! We don’t list specifics of our custom home projects….But your question makes me think we should have a blog post about subway tile and which ones are our favorites. We will work on that!

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      • It’s been 2.5 years since this post. Would you please share the source of the subway tile now? Have searched to see if you have a “favorite subway tile blog post” and didn’t find one. Thank you!

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  5. It’s like fixture/hardware heaven!! I need some smelling salts to revive me! Would love a post on subway tile. Great work…

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