The HGTV Smart Home 2014 is described as “an English country home” in Nashville, Tennessee.
Fancy futuristic tech wizardry in houses doesn’t excite me much, I’ve gotta admit, although it’s interesting to see the things they come up with.
I’m always more interested in how designer Linda Woodrum decorates them. Take a look!
HGTV Smart Home 2014
The master bedroom is right inside the front door, off the entry hall.
I’m not sure I’d want visitors to see my bedroom right off the bat when they walked in. I’d have to remember to keep the door closed!
Not only that, but they used a dark brown color in the master suite (Sherwin-Williams Foothills 7514). Another color we don’t see as much of as we used to since gray tones took over.
One of my favorite rooms has to be the upstairs den with the blue board and batten and planked ceiling:
I’m loving all the blue and white in general that started with the front door.
They used Indigo Batik SW 7602 as a signature color that we see again in the kitchen and adjoining family room.
The window treatments can open and close with the touch of a remote.
One more thing that I didn’t expect to see in the house: a stage set up in the lower level. Kind of a fun nod to the fact that the house is in Nashville.
What do think about this year’s Smart Home? Wanna win it?
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