I have a pretty serious obsession with Nashville based interior designer Sarah Bartholomew, and I know I’m not the only one. House Beautiful just did a big feature on her gorgeous home, and I’ve seen photos of her work cropping up all over Pinterest and the blog world as well.
I think that what makes Sarah’s work so interesting is that she often uses a variety of prints, colors and patterns but grounds them with plenty of natural elements and antique and vintage furniture and accessories. This really helps to achieve that ‘collected’ look that you always hear decorators talking about. Everything works together without looking too perfect or decorated; the rooms feel like actual people live in the spaces and have filled them with their favorite textiles and flea market finds, which is exactly how you want them to feel. Scroll on for more beautiful design inspiration below.
^ Sarah uses Peter Dunham’s Samarkand print a lot (on the chairs) which is one of my absolute favorite fabrics. You can buy a pillow made of the fabric on Etsy, here.
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