Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps

Texas Consulate

Texas Consulate

1311 Woodland Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

Historically regarded as ‘The Purple House,’ a place where musicians have come and gone, we restored this 1910 historical building in East Nashville to become a boutique bed and breakfast. Developed by native Texans, the home is dubbed The Texas Consulate, a name honored by Nashville’s Mayor, and welcomes travelers and musicians, with a soft spot for Texans. Much of the original structure and details remain, including the wood flooring, trim and casing, architectural niches, fireplaces and tile, brick chimneys, doors and hardware, cast iron tubs, and other special trinkets. We suggested minimal architectural interventions to accommodate the adaptation, in addition to curating hand-selected furniture, fixtures, and objects that celebrate the building’s art deco character.

 

Architect of Record: David Hunter

Development Team: Taylor Perkins & Will Steakley

Photography: Chris Phelps