Home Tour: Christina Karras’s Colorful Abode

Christina Karras, the creator behind the hit television show Nashville, opened up her 1920s Spanish-style Bungalow to Lonny and what a treat it was. The charming and colorful abode is full of artistic expression. It’s not surprising that a writer lives here. It’s brimming with inspiration.

The original essence of the home has been well-preserved. Features like the beautiful arches and detailed fireplace remain, giving it that classic old Hollywood flair. It mixes perfectly with the fresh elements Christina has introduced to the home. It definitely has a personality all of its own.

Enjoy this fun and eclectic home tour full of inspiring moments.

Home Tour: Christina Karras's Colorful Abode | HomeandEventStyling.comThe entrance is cheerful and speaks to the charming interior waiting on the other side of the rustic front door.

christinakarras02Pops of turquoise create a whimsical vibe and pair well with the soft pastel walls.

christinakarras03The living room is feminine and cozy with a primarily rosy palette.

christinakarras04Books, flowers and a candlestick create a classic setting on the coffee table.

christinakarras05The fireplace features original brick and tile work that is the focal point of the space.

christinakarras06The white eat-in kitchen has a comfortable vibe with a rustic table right at the center of it.

christinakarras07In the formal dining room, there is a coastal touch thanks to the table and chairs.

christinakarras08The master bedroom is a romantic, eclectic escape full of beautiful patterns.

christinakarras09The bathroom captures some of the old Hollywood glamour of the home with a unique spin.

christinakarras10A spare bedroom takes on a serene, lavender wall color. Love that hanging chair.

christinakarras11The outside living area is just as unique and whimsical as the inside.

christinakarras12Another end of the deck embraces the California vibe with laid back living.

Overall, this home is a truly inspiring look at making a space entirely your own and mixing the old with the new.

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