Inside Taylor Hill’s Rustic Nashville Retreat | Open Door | Architectural Digest

Today AD is welcomed to Nashville, Tennessee by model Taylor Hill for a tour of her rustic personal sanctuary. Three years ago, the Colorado native was considering buying her first Manhattan apartment until a fateful visit to Nashville changed her plans. Taylor settled into a stunning log cabin built in 1936 by Hart Freeland Roberts, the architecture firm responsible for renovating iconic local buildings like the Ryman Auditorium and the Parthenon. The four-bedroom home sits back from the street on a lush, tree-filled 1.29-acre corner lot with thick bamboo groves and a shaded pool – a verdant oasis in one of the country’s quickest growing cities.

See more of Taylor’s home here:

Styled and photographed by Alyssa Rosenheck.

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Ralph Lauren Book:
Pottery Barn Mattox Leather Armchair with Shearling:
Hermes Avalon throw blanket:
West: The American Cowboy:
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Inside Taylor Hill’s Rustic Nashville Retreat | Open Door | Architectural Digest


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