Homeowner’s transitional style creates a vibrant city home.
A retired corporate executive and self described country boy, owner Jeff Campbell lives primarily in a small northwest Tennessee town, far from the life of Nashville’s thriving downtown music venues, restaurants and sports arenas. But it was precisely Nashville’s central location that drew Jeff to Terrazzo where he now also owns a home in the city.
Jeff has designed the space himself in what he calls a transitional style modern, though softer than sleek. Jeff has used his favorite feature the soaring 11-ft. ceilings to his advantage to display an extensive collection of art. Read more…
Masculine color palette provides neutral backdrop for guitar collection
Originally from Haubstadt, Indiana, Bryan Stunkel has lived in Nashville for four years. He’s gotten to know the city well, and feels that Terrazzo offers city living with all the best attributes.
Bryan says, The Gulch is conveniently located near downtown, midtown, West End, Green Hills and 12th South and yet maintains a unique urban sense all its own.
The distinctive layout of his large one-bedroom allowed Bryan to add a wall in the expansive living area to create an additional bedroom for his brother while maintaining ample space for entertaining in the living room and separate dining area. Read more…
Jason Hancock residence. Sleek, minimal design rules.
Kate Cortner Design enjoyed free reign with Jason rarely using his veto power to create this incredibly open space, which is thoughtfully interspersed with angular furnishings and pops of color.
Straight lines and neutral colors dominate the living space from the sleek, low-profile leather sectional to the curvaceous and colorful red stools, spiral ceiling fan and marble coffee table. At the back of the room, an antique wood bar provides functional contrast. Read more…
Rosemary Darby residence reflects owner’s passion for design
Rosemary Darby is queen of her 9th floor castle, but her pretty pug, Miss Chloe, may be empress. Chloe rules in front of the fire on chilly spring nights and enjoys her floor-to-ceiling view on downtown Nashville. Rosemary is also the creative director in charge, with a professional passion for design; she owns Fresh Salon on Music Row.
Rosemary chose to embellish the sharp clean lines of her space with warm and comfortable textures, colors and coverings. The master suite is an intimate sanctuary of stormy gray custom linen blackout drapes and matching walls that flow effortlessly into the spa-inspired bath and glorious walk-in closet. Read more…
Phil Gannaway residence features “urban Ralph Lauren” look
Terrazzo is the perfect urban retreat for owner Phil Gannaway, a Clarksville-based ophthalmologist and avid music lover. This is Phil’s second home — a home-away-from-home — where he can steal away when time allows to drink in Nashville’s music life. Designer Connie Vernich worked to reflect the homeowner’s love of music in his home and provide him with the “urban Ralph Lauren look” he sought. Utilizing tailored traditional furnishings with sleek chrome and contemporary artwork, the space is a blend of urban sophistication and upscale chic. Plush navy velvet chairs lined with brushed metal rivets visually separate the kitchen and living areas. The subtle rivet design continues on the taupe brushed linen couch, further complemented with tailored navy velvet pillows. Read more…
Bill DuBois. Terrazzo homeowner sets his business sites on The Gulch.
Bill DuBois is an East Coast transplant who moved to Nashville 13 years ago and never looked back. Hes a self-confessed city guy who loves the energy of the urban environment, and from his Terrazzo home overlooking The Gulch and Music Row, he enjoys a birds-eye view of his adopted city. The owner of a commercial construction firm that builds medical, financial, restaurant and retail storefronts for a number of national brands, includingSweet CeCes, Bill is the guy you can thank for bringing the fabulous frozen yogurt store to The Gulch.
Hes one of the owners of the new store, which will soon be under construction next to Turnip Truck, with a grand opening planned for March 1, 2011. “I think Terrazzo is the best place in Nashville. Its a beautiful, cool building located in a growing, thriving neighborhood. I love the convenience of walking to restaurants and shops in The Gulch, yet I also enjoy the quick access out of downtown, when I need to drive to the office or the airport.” Read more…
Leah Larkin and Ron Bofink. Seasoned urban residents call Terrazzo home.
Leah Larkin and Ron Bofink have been urban residents of Nashville for nearly five years, and since early this year, the couple — along with their Maltese, Rocco — have called Terrazzo home. “We watched all of the condominium buildings go up, and Terrazzo is the one that most appealed to us. The building is beautiful; we love the architecture. What really swayed us is that we felt we were getting more value. Terrazzo floorplans are larger than the other properties we considered.”
David McDowell. Contemporary design takes a minimalist approach.
Lisa and Robert Vaughn. A stylish “tree house” for a stylish urban family.
Lisa and Robert Vaughn, their teenage son, Bo, and dog, Buddy, live in an upper-level corner residence at Terrazzo overlooking downtown and the southern hills.Lisa says the expansive glass and clean contemporary design is exactly what they had dreamed of. “We were in New York for a few days last fall, staying on the 38th floor, and I said, ‘this is how I want to live…in a tree house’.” They purchased their Terrazzo home in early December and moved in on New Year’s Eve — just in time to enjoy the fireworks from their wraparound terrace.