Terri Clark's Tobacco Barn Flooring
The most recent issue of The Cottage Journal is focused on all things country— from photos of rustic dream cabins to articles on modern farmhouse decor. Featured in the magazine this month is eight time Canadian Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year, Terri Clark.
The article takes readers on a tour of her rustic Nashville cottage, which we were excited to be a part of. The 3,400 square foot home sits on eight acres of land and is filled with wooden accents. We installed the flooring and a barn door that serves as a headboard in the singer's bedroom.
"Underfoot, floors made with reclaimed wood from a tobacco barn gleam in the afternoon sun as a rich, aged scent permeates the air with a sense of history. Brent Coursey, a Tennessee craftsman of Woodstock Vintage Lumber, installed the floor and barn doors."
"While Terri has sold over 4 million albums and has 13 Top Ten singles, at the end of the day, she's a regular girl who enjoys relaxed evenings at home with good friends, good music and good design," writes Katie Wood of The Cottage Journal.
P.S. Craving some Terri Clark after reading this? Listen below!