The initial proposal for Nonesuch House, a new residence in Nashville, Tennessee,
by John Tackett Design.
|A new Gatehouse that also provides lodging for a caretaker matches the architectural details and materials of the main house.|
|John Tackett Design's sketch for the service entrance to Nonesuch House, Nashville.|
Since this side of the house is viewed by the owner on a daily basis, it was given architectural interest.
|The Stair Hall with the Entrance Hall beyond.|
The canape was relocated for the photo.
|The Living Room of Nonesuch House features light-absorbing upholstered walls.|
|The Dining Room walls are upholstered in fushia silk. The white cabinet is from the owner's previous residence in London.|
|The Gatehouse can be viewed from a second story Guest Bedroom suite.|
|The bathroom for the lady of the house features a gas-ignition wood burning fireplace.|
|A portion of the service entrance to Nonesuch House, a new residence by John J. Tackett.|
All the color photos are reproduced from the 2005 book by Frances Schultz and Paula S. Wallace, A HOUSE IN THE SOUTH; OLD FASHIONED GRACIOUSNESS FOR NEW-FASHIONED TIMES available for purchase through The Devoted Classicist Library.