Nashville Parade of Homes: Schumacher Homes

Happy Friday to you all!  I’m back today with the last house of the Nashville Parade of Homes. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series of beautiful architecture and designs in these stately homes in Brentwood, Tn.  It sure was fun seeing them in person.

This particular home was built by Schumacher Homes and interior design by Tim Causey and Chuck Feltner with ReCreations Home.

The home is 7,777 s.f. with a list price of $2,795,000.  I think you’ll see that this home is decorated in a Traditional way with lots of wood and darker tones, so if this is the style you love, you’ll enjoy this one.  Hope you enjoy the tour!

Did you see anything you liked?  Beautiful house, isn’t it?

The tours were all lovely to look at and I’m so glad we got to see them!  I’ll be back with more fun homes in my Feature Friday series.

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- Rhoda

Comments

  1. This house is dark and masculine, but I’m liking it! Love me some gothic architecture. Everything looks brand new, but made to look like it’s been around awhile and has a story.! I love the Marietta Pilgrimage Tour of Homes every year and am so glad to get a peek into Nashville’s cribs. Thank you for your blog!

    • Hey, Jan, it was decorated by men and it does have a masculine vibe. Can’t wait for the Marietta tour again this year, my honey and I will be there too.

    • While it is a beautiful home I’m tending to think the heavy dark furniture looks so dated to my eye now. I guess we’ve had so many years of white rooms and greys it takes me awhile to adapt to change.

  2. The blue host and hostess chairs in the dining room make my heart sing! When is the Marietta tour? Before I broke my leg and arm, I had wanted to drive over!

  3. I enjoyed the wood, and enjoyed the wood kitchen cabinets in the kitchen.

  4. All that dark wood is not really my style but I love the bar stools, shower and closet area. Thanks for sharing Rhoda.

  5. Any home of that size would have to be wonderful but the furnishings are not to my liking or the style of the wood floors. They look like they could even be splintery. It’s so nice seeing all of the different style houses that you & Mark visited though. I have enjoyed that very much. Just like I enjoy your Blog very much!

  6. Karla in N.C. says:

    Wow, what a beautiful home! Thanks for sharing Rhoda. I especially appreciated the repeating of the “cathedral” shape in the master bath – mirror, shower door and tile mosaic above the tub. Pretty cool!

  7. Thank you Rhoda. I really enjoyed this home tour series! Such beautiful homes and so much fun to see!

  8. Such a beautiful home! The darkness is definitely not to my taste but I love, love, love that outdoor porch!

  9. Pat Barfield says:

    Rhoda,do you know where the “candles” in the dining room chandler came from. Haven’t seen these before.
    Thanks

  10. I really do like this although it’s nothing like any home we’ve ever considered. It’s sturdy elegance.

  11. Beautiful home. Classic, understated elegance. It will age gracefully. Truly timeless.

  12. That is a beautiful home. Masculine in style, and an interesting mix of traditional with rustic. The floors are interesting to me, as they are more rustic and I expected a much more polished look for the style of the home. I do like the floors though!

    I bet it was an amazing house to see in person!

  13. There were a lot of things I liked about this one – what would you call the style of wood on the floors/stairs – I’m looking for new floors and I think that would be a good neutral one?

    • I see those floors as rustic type wood. They are called reclaimed style or hand scraped, something like that if you’re looking.

  14. Love the winding staircase!

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