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Inside Louisa Pierce’s Nashville Home

Get a taste for Louisa Pierce's in-demand style from her Nashville home

December 2016/January 2017

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A charming double porch greets guests at the home Louisa Pierce dreamed up for her family.

photo: Caroline Allison

Pierce in her living room.

photo: Caroline Allison

In the kitchen, a range hood covered in subway tile, restored gas station lights, and walnut countertops.

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A lacquered Karl Springer console in the entry was a gift from Austin Scaggs’s father, Boz Scaggs.

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A fireplace Pierce covered in two types of tile.

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Toile and damask wallpaper collide beautifully in a hallway.

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Black and white stripes and a pottery collection that belonged to Scaggs’s mother accent the dining room’s built-ins.

photo: Caroline Allison

An antique brass sink brings an old touch to the new bar.

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The master bath, where Pierce made privacy shutters from a Moroccan screen.

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A photograph by Pierce’s brother Edward Badham hangs in the master bedroom.

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An abstract portrait behind the nightstand.

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An Indian brass tray that belonged to Pierce’s grandmother anchors a collection above the headboard.

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison