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32 Chic Rooms with All-Wood Ceilings

Warm and welcoming inspiration awaits.

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Art Deco Meets MCM In Nashville

“As a designer, I help my clients connect with their heart. I bring the ideas and resources to explore and discover what makes their heart sing. I created a method to map out one’s Soul Style to help my clients discover their unique style combination,” says Marcelle Guilbeau.

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Take a fresh approach to updating your entire house

The dining room is a place for making memories,” says Marcelle Guilbeau of Marcelle Guilbeau Interior Design in Nashville, Tenn.

Designer Marcelle Guilbeau suggests perusing magazines or Pinterest to help determine your design preferences for a dining space.

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Take 2 – WKRN – Nashville Home and Remodeling Expo

You’ve seen her beautiful, livable designs in magazines and the web. Now see award winning, Nashville Interior Designer, Marcelle Guilbeau and learn more about her take on trends.

“Trends are fun. Trends are here for you to play with. They’re not here for you to define yourself.”

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Nashville Post Boom 2017

Marcelle Guilbeau knows condos need personality. The repeat Best of Houzz honoree brings elements if classic, industrial and contemporary design to her residential and commercial work.

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The Most Common Questions People Ask Interior Designers

“Everything is trendy at some point or another. Just give it some time, and it’ll come back!” says Nashville based Interior Designer Marcelle Guilbeau.

“Being able to work with the trends is all about knowing your own aesthetic—so that no matter what you do, you won’t tire of it.”

You also need to be honest with yourself and ask the hard question: Would I still love it if it wasn’t trendy?

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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. Curbed Articles:

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