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  • [door clicks open]

  • - Hi, Dee!

  • I'm Taylor Hill and welcome to my home.

  • Come on in.

  • [gentle uplifting music]

  • This is my house here in Nashville.

  • I have been living here for almost three years.

  • I looked and looked and looked.

  • I must have looked at 50 houses

  • and then I stumbled across this log cabin

  • just here in the middle of Nashville

  • and I was shocked that something like this existed

  • and I basically fell in love at first sight.

  • I walked in the front door and said, this is home.

  • This is where I'm meant to be.

  • This is everything I can possibly want in a house and more.

  • [gentle guitar jingle]

  • Here in my living room,

  • I was very inspired by Ralph Lauren

  • and his home and Telluride.

  • I drew a lot of what I wanted to do with the space,

  • kind of from photos I had seen from that.

  • And I fell into a deep dark hole on the internet

  • to find shearling chairs that looked Western

  • and had some leather detail on it,

  • but I finally found these chairs,

  • which I love so much.

  • And then I have all these beautiful rugs

  • throughout all of my house that I'm obsessed with.

  • That's where I started was on the floor with the rugs

  • and then built up from there.

  • And then of course,

  • I have my Ralph Lauren 50-year anniversary book

  • with a million photos,

  • also where I got some of my inspiration from.

  • Thanks, Ralph, love you. [laughs]

  • This is my mom's.

  • She's had this for longer than I've been alive,

  • more than 25 years.

  • It's been in every house she's ever had growing up.

  • And then, you know, she sold my childhood home

  • and moved to the mountains full-time,

  • and she was like, I have nowhere to put this.

  • And I was like, well, I have a house now, I'm a homeowner,

  • so you can give it to me.

  • And she just hung it on the wall.

  • And I was like, it's like it was made for this place.

  • Thanks, mom. [laughs]

  • So there is a church pew over there in the corner

  • that is from the Nashville Flea Market.

  • We stumbled across a booth

  • that had all of this old furniture from local churches

  • all around Tennessee.

  • I'm pretty sure the guy said

  • that that one was from Paris, Tennessee,

  • which I didn't know there was a Paris in Tennessee,

  • but apparently there is.

  • It came like this, it was painted white.

  • People use it to take off their shoes

  • or put on their shoes.

  • Tate, my dog here, loves to lay here.

  • It's really cool in this corner,

  • close to the floor cause of all the cement and stuff, so.

  • He likes that, right?

  • This I found at a local antique store called GasLamp.

  • I love it in there.

  • I pretty much go there every day.

  • And I was just walking around in there looking one day

  • and I saw this painting

  • and I tried to take a step back because to me,

  • I really felt like this was one of the most

  • Tennessee things I had ever seen.

  • It was so serene and peaceful

  • and the colors and the cows.

  • It reminded me of the first time I came here

  • and really why I fell in love with Nashville,

  • just the rolling hills.

  • It's so green and so lush.

  • I really fell in love with it.

  • I use this room kind of as a calm space.

  • I don't have a TV in here.

  • I have no electronics in here.

  • This is really where I come to unplug, read a book,

  • feel like I'm away from the world.

  • When I have my family in town,

  • we'll sit in this room and play the guitar,

  • which makes me really happy because that's Nashville

  • and I find this space really inspiring

  • and conducive to creative thinking.

  • So for me, this is where I come

  • to really think and brainstorm

  • and a lot of people come to think and brainstorm. [laughs]

  • [upbeat jingle]

  • This is my dining room.

  • I love everything in this room.

  • I picked out every single thing you see in this room

  • and it took me forever to do it.

  • For me, family dinners are very important

  • and how we all sit down at the table

  • means so much to me.

  • And I love a round table,

  • a big round table,

  • so everybody can see everyone,

  • everybody's conversing and can talk to one another

  • and you're not leaning over someone

  • to shout down the end of the table,

  • 'cause I have such a big family.

  • So finding a ginormous round table that was not too modern,

  • was impossible, literally impossible.

  • I bought one table and then the next day,

  • I found the actual table.

  • So then I had to return the other table to get this one,

  • which is what you see here today.

  • The photos that you see on the wall

  • are blueprints of this house

  • from when it was originally built in the forties.

  • I did find these blueprints when I first moved in

  • in a cabinet and I unrolled them

  • and I was like, well, that's old and cool.

  • Put them up on the wall. [laughs]

  • When I first moved in,

  • it was painted a really beautiful color

  • of like a dark charcoal gray, which looked amazing,

  • but it gets the least amount of light,

  • so I decided to paint the whole room white.

  • Then when I found the blueprints, I was like,

  • I know the perfect spot for them,

  • where they're going to pop.

  • So then I got the inspiration for the mix-matched chairs

  • to all be blue, so they have some sense of unity

  • and then they go with what really is the star of the room,

  • is the blueprints on the walls.

  • Interior design is something that I've always loved

  • and when I bought this house,

  • this is the first house I ever bought.

  • So I had a vision and I had a feeling when I walked in here

  • and I really wanted to grab onto that

  • and express that and make it my own

  • and take on the challenge of really doing it myself

  • and seeing if I could do it.

  • I really learned so much about this house

  • and about each room

  • and every little piece by doing it myself.

  • So I feel as if I really appreciate it

  • to the full capacity that it should be appreciated.

  • These plates are my grandmothers.

  • My grandma passed away when I was five,

  • so I never really got to meet her.

  • And these were in my house growing up.

  • I never really understood what they were,

  • where they were from

  • and why my mom always kept them locked away.

  • So when I bought this house

  • and she came here and she was,

  • she was just in awe,

  • she thought that this room

  • would be the perfect place to keep them.

  • And then it was just,

  • everything kind of clicked 'cause the blueprints and plates

  • all kind of matched and came together.

  • So it really feels like my home

  • because I have pieces of my family watching over me.

  • Next, we will go into my other living room.

  • I have two, but this is the one that we use the most, so.

  • [funky jingle]

  • This is the second living room.

  • It is massive.

  • This is like the hangout room

  • and probably one of the most used rooms in the house.

  • I really thought of it as the place

  • where we would all gather, sit, have movie nights.

  • When I come down, first thing in the morning,

  • I love to sit in here because it's so bright.

  • All the windows and the greenery I can really see outside.

  • And it's just one of also just

  • another one of my favorite places to be, again.