I was born in the mid-1980s and have been living in Nashville for almost 30 years.
When I moved here, it was a big deal.
Nashville was known for its funky and creative neighborhood, and its new breed of hipsters.
But there was one thing I didn’t get to experience: the retro interior designers of the mid-’90s and early 2000s.
I had a hard time fitting in with them because they were very hip, and I didn.
My job was to help create a cohesive aesthetic for a new home that could help me blend in.
I started in my first year of school and made a career out of helping people navigate a new era of homes and lifestyles.
That’s when I met a man named Ryan.
We were just hanging out, talking about his home in downtown Nashville.
And Ryan said, “Well, we could make you a custom interior designer.”
I said, I’ll do it.
He told me how much he liked what I was doing.
He was so excited to help me.
So we met up with him, got the job, and started building my own home.
He gave me some advice on how to make my home look modern and fresh.
I’ve always loved what he built and now I’m a designer.
It took me about a year to build my own house.
I loved that I could build it quickly and be able to customize it.
And I also had an opportunity to create something that I would be proud to sell and that would be a piece of the fabric of my own neighborhood.
Ryan helped me to take a chance on myself.
It was a beautiful time to be an interior designer in Nashville.
I remember seeing people in their 30s or 40s, who were in their 40s and 50s, wearing vintage furniture.
We were seeing the first wave of millennials who were moving into the city.
The people were very young and had their own taste.
And so, I was able to give them something that would match their taste.
They loved the retro look and felt like they belonged.
It wasn’t long before the retro style was in the mainstream.
The retro trend is the modern trend and the home is the retro home.
But what I learned during my first few years designing was that there’s a lot of overlap between what’s in the retro and what’s going on in the contemporary.
The retro design trend was all about the contemporary and the futuristic.
In my first home, I had two cabinets in the living room, one with an old-school typewriter, the other with an all-in-one typewriter.
I put a large window and a wall of glass in the front to get the sunlight and make the home feel more contemporary.
The modern home had a modern furniture and was about contemporary materials and technology.
I’m not the first to embrace retro, but it has been a big part of my identity for years.
I grew up with a lot in common with other designers, but I didn�t feel like I was really connecting with them.
When Ryan and I met, I started talking about my own retro and modern style.
I really connected with what he was saying, and that’s why we became friends.
It is very difficult for designers to connect with people who have a different taste in design.
I am not an urban designer, so I can’t relate to the style of a person who lives in a more urban area.
But, I can connect with what Ryan and his company do.
We both have our own tastes in furniture, and we both love the look of the retro.
Ryan is a veteran interior designer.
He’s worked on hundreds of homes.
I met him through a mutual friend who was also working in the home design business.
We worked together for about two years.
The first couple years were just getting to know each other.
I started working with Ryan and Ryan started working for me.
It became very clear that we were both really into the same thing.
We are both a fan of retro and contemporary designs.
We love the way it looks, the feel, the materials, the workmanship.
The workmanship of the wood, the craftsmanship.
The way it feels in your hand.
We like how it’s done.
We have a lot that goes into the design of the home.
It’s a real art form.
We have a team of people who help us design the home in different ways.
We put together all kinds of plans.
We make sure it looks good.
We work with clients to come up with what they want to have.
They have a vision for their home.
They want it to look like a classic home, and they want it in a location where they can walk their dog or do something they enjoy.
Ryan and me are both fans of retro, and this is what we want our home to look.
The way we want the house to look, the way we create our designs, we love the