Client ProjectsPacific Charm Project Reveal

We are excited to reveal this pacific-northwest-inspired design for some wonderful clients in Brentwood, TN! It’s been such a joy to work on this project and we are thrilled with the end result. We gave the kitchen a bigtime facelift, spruced up the living areas with some furnishing, decor, and lighting, and made major updates to the bathrooms to make this home reflect its new owners. From fun wallpaper in the kids bathroom to a really unique kitchen backsplash, we loved infusing this project with purposeful charm and livable luxury.

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Quarles Home Living Room Reveal

We are so excited to reveal the final photos of our personal living room today! We are taking things slowly with the updates at our home, so this is the first space that we can truly mark off as “complete.”

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Client ProjectsProject Update: Hartland Homestead

If you’ve been following along on Instagram, you may have seen us talk about the Hartland Homestead. This is a project we have been working on since last summer, and we are now starting to see the house come back together!

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Episode 34: Joel and Nathan Anderson of Anderson Design Group

If you’ve followed us for long, you’ve probably seen us post about the travel posters we collect depicting places we’ve been. Just a few weeks ago, we wrote on the blog about how we find inspiration for our home in our travels. The vast majority of our travel prints come from a local Nashville business that we love – Anderson Design Group. They have been designing art in Nashville since 1993, as founder Joel Anderson recounts in our discussion. They are a family business, local to Nashville, and have a team mentality. With over 1800 posters, calendars, books, postcards, and more, Anderson Design Group truly makes beautiful art, and we loved having a conversation with them about their business!

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Episode 33: Design Basics Series – Q&A (Live Episode)

A few weeks ago, we recorded a LIVE Q&A episode on Facebook and Instagram Live, answering YOUR questions about design basics. You can check out the video on our Facebook Page, or listen to the audio-only version on the podcast!

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Episode 32: Design Basics Series – Art

This is the final installment of our Design Basics Series, and it’s one of our favorite topics – ART! We love art and have collected some vintage art over the years that we absolutely love. Chandler says it in the episode, but art really is one of the easiest ways to express who you are and who your family is in your home. And in conjunction with this episode, we have some exciting news – we are launching an online store! We hope to add products over time, but we are starting with, you guessed it, art! Specifically, digital art prints. We are offering six beautiful vintage digital art prints to begin with that we are so excited about. Be sure to check them out at The Peach and Pine Collection.

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Episode 31: Design Basics Series – Accessories

Today we’re talking about something that most anyone who is into interior design loves to talk about – accessories! Accessories are a big part of what makes YOUR home feel like YOUR style. Whether that’s books, containers, art, greenery, or fun decorative objects, accessories make a huge statement in your home. As usual, Chandler shares a few of her “rules of thumb” about accessories on this week’s episode.

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Episode 30: Design Basics Series – Textiles

Textiles are a part of home design that can often be overlooked but are incredibly important. There isn’t a simpler way to establish your design style in your home than with textiles. As you’ll learn (or may already know), textiles are simply fabrics in your home – pillows, window treatments, bedding, etc. On today’s episode, we’ll hit the basics of using textiles in your home and give a couple tips and tricks to help you use them effectively.

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Episode 29: Design Basics Series – Furniture

This is the third episode in our Design Basics Series, and today we are talking about furniture! Like most people, we had a shoestring budget when we were just out of college and freshly married. We bought plenty of furniture that was function over form and super cheap, but we found that those things really aren’t built to last. As we’ve grown our business and worked with talented carpenters/woodworkers like Kyle Levy of Broken Compass Woodworking (remember episode 8?), our appreciation for the fine craftsmanship of quality furniture has really grown. There is a time and a place for places to invest in quality and places where you might not want to. It’s important to think of your furniture as an investment rather than just an expense. We hope that this episode helps you think through your own home and how you can best invest in pieces that will last.

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