“When it comes to modernism, I am into the warmer midcentury look. I like symmetry, clean lines, and no knickknacks; but I do like a place that feels like a home,” Yadon says. “Brandon prefers a more stark modern look with no frills, curtains, or pillows. Marcelle helped us find a middle ground.”
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“Marcelle Guilbeau Interior Design is a Nashville boutique design firm. Marcelle has accreditation through National Council for Interior Designers Qualification and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. One of the sustainable homes designed by Marcelle won LEED-Platinum certification and is featured in the book Shades of Green, Tennessee.”
“Lending warmth to a modern space is no small task. But for Nashville, TN-based interior designer Marcelle Guilbeau, it’s a must!”
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“David and Marcelle’s modern little home and studio is actually a beach house without the sand and surf.”
“As spaces become more open Guilbeau says, homeowners want the kitchen walls to blend with the rest of the home. We see neutral colored cabinets at the perimeter with a dark island or a pop of color in the center of the kitchen The Neutral cabinets blend with the walls and make the home seamless space”
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