Professional Nolensville Interior Designer
Whether it’s your entire home, one room or any one piece, we’re at your service. We are able to provide everything from floor and wall coverings, custom window treatments, fine furniture, upholstery and area rugs and even the important finishing touches such as artwork, accessories and permanent botanicals. Best of all, we come to your home or place of business to plan, design, specify and furnish your project, from concept to completion.
Our Nolensville clients benefit from our outstanding personalized service, customized designs, and the products that we bring especially for them. They love that their home will look unique and not have the same look, design, or products that anyone else in the neighborhood has. We know that you will discover that we are both fun and easy to work with. Our mission is to find out your likes and help you create a home that is comfortable and something you will be proud to show to friends and family.
“A little over six years ago, I had my living room furnished by you and everything still looks like new. When my recliner stopped working recently, you came out right away and fixed it at no charge.
I can’t tell you how much I appreciate no only you taking care of the recliner after six years have passed but for the good work you did in decorating my living room in the first place. One of my favorite things you did when we first started working on this was the questionnaire you had me fill out to learn my style and what I wanted.
You decorated my living room, as well as moved a few pieces around in the other parts of my house, just as I was retiring, and it helped to make the transition to spending more time at home so enjoyable.
Thanks again for everything.”
Contact us today at 615-469-7334 to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation.
Nolensville is located in Williamson County, Tennessee with a population of 5,861. This area was settled by European Americans after the American Revolutionary War, when pioneers began to move west of the Appalachian Mountains. William Nolen, a war veteran, his wife, Sarah, and their five children were passing through the area in 1797 when their wagon wheel broke. Surveying his surroundings, Nolen noted the rich soil and abundance of natural resources. He decided to settle here and the community was later named for him as Nolensville.
Nolensville, TN Resources:
Nolensville Farmer’s Market – The Nolensville Farmer’s Market is a producer-only market, open on Saturday mornings at the Historic Nolensville School.
Nolensville Public Library – The Nolensville Public Library promotes intellectual growth and creativity by developing collections, facilitates access to information resources, teaches the effective use of information resources and critical evaluation skills and offers research assistance.
Nolensville Historical Society – The Nolensville Historical Society promotes a knowledge and awareness of the historical heritage of Nolensville and the surrounding areas. The society promotes the preservation and restoration of historic sites in and around the Nolensville community.