Inside a Rock Star's Nashville Sanctuary – Garden & Gun

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Inside a Rock Star’s Nashville Sanctuary

Tour the home of musicians Nathan Followill and Jessie Baylin

February/March 2015

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The Followill home, designed by the architect Robert Anderson, and renovated by architect Steve Durden, blends seamlessly into the landscape.

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Nathan Followill, his wife, Jessie Baylin, and their daughter, Violet, at home with their 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280, in Followill’s favorite color, baby blue.

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A massive photograph by Lyle Owerko in the sitting room.

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A self-portrait by Nashville artist Emily Leonard graces the modern bookshelves in the library.

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The Followills’ pool.

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Followill’s Grammy Awards line the top shelf.

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The minimalist kitchen.

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Baylin’s dressing room.

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Art by Richard Feaster complements the stunning 1970s Karl Springer goatskin armoire.

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Baylin and Followill on the bocce court.

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A (former) king of the jungle reigns over the shuffle board table in Followill’s bar.

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison

photo: Caroline Allison