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Pastoral Perfection

A light-filled Tennessee loft bridges past and present with reclaimed materials and farmhouse furnishings.


GAP Interiors/Mark Lohman

Feature No:   5110 

Qty of Images:    16 


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To create living quarters for guests above a former horse stable, Teresa Palmer conceived the 600-square-foot loft with an open floor with high ceilings and plenty of windows. She chose recycled lumber for the floors and opted for old-fashioned horizontal shiplap paneling instead of drywall. A pale palette is gentle to the eye and makes it easier to relax. Because the barn was originally a working stable, incorporating a few equestrian touches and unfussy country furniture made sense.



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