Chelsea and Jared’s apartment is all about finding a balance between the building’s history (it once was a canvas bag factory!) and their more modern personal style. The original hardwood floors and brick wall create the perfect backdrop for the couple to mix in their personal style with modern pieces, resulting in a space that is industrial but still manages to be cozy and warm. The large windows provide incredible natural light throughout the living room and kitchen, beautifully captured by Lauren Anna Mills of L.A. Photography. Take a tour of the space below and be sure to check out Chelsea’s blog: Fenway Journal!


west elm - Chelsea of Fenway Journal Home tour


west elm - Chelsea of The Fenway Journal Home Tour

“Our brick wall and wood floors are original to our building! We were incredibly excited about the inherent character of our space, and we wanted to work with the bones that were already there.”


west elm - Nashiville, TN hometour on the blog!



west elm- Nashville home tour


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west elm - nashville home tour

“It was an evolution in a sense; one corner of our home influenced the next one and so on.”

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west elm nashville home tour lauren anna mills photography


west elm nashville home tour lauren anna mills photography



west elm nashville home tour lauren anna mills photography


west elm nashvillel home tour lauren anna mill photography


west elm nashville home tour lauren anna mills photography


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Josh @ The Kentucky Gent

March 31, 2016

Such a gorgeous loft space! Gotta love a loft with lots of character and natural light.

andrea

April 8, 2016

Is the bar in this post West Elm?

Maxwell Tielman

April 13, 2016

Hi, Andrea! It’s not—it’s actually an antique printing press!

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