Kaitlyn Bristowe, from Season 11 of The Bachelorette, has a stylish Nashville home that will make you want to take serious design notes for your own space. At the time of the home's redecoration in 2017, Bristowe and then-fiancé Shawn Booth (whom she met on the reality show) worked with Jessica McCarthy of Decorist for the interior design to completely upgrade their home. Part of the focus was on the bedroom and Bristowe’s office, where she hosts her podcast, "Off the Vine."
In an interview with People.com, McCarthy explains the vibe of Bristowe's Nashville home she and her Decorist team created as "a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll, just like the city.” Throughout the home, McCarthy turned to vintage décor from Etsy and Nashville artisans, as well as World Market. The finished space features luxurious contemporary furnishings that are full of personality and a distinctly feminine edge. Bristowe told Us Weekly that she envisioned a chic yet calm sanctuary for the bedroom.
In the office, you'll find luxe décor and what Bristowe refers to as her “big bossy chair.” The space is bursting with colors and textures, not to be outdone by bold floral wallpaper. “People walk in knowing what the vibe of the podcast will be,” she told Us Weekly. Take a tour of Bristowe's Nashville abode, and shop a few of the pieces below.
In July 2020, US Weekly reported Bristowe invited viewers in on a virtual home tour, space she now shares with boyfriend Jason Tartick.
The Primary Bedroom
The primary bedroom is full of muted neutrals and a touch of pink. "We picked out white, gray and cream-colored linens, and put a touch of blush pink in the accents," Bristowe told US Weekly in 2017. We especially admire the side table lamps for symmetry and the soft texture at the foot of the bed for comfort.
The term "Primary Bedroom" is now widely used to describe the largest bedroom in the home, as it better reflects the space’s purpose. Many realtors, architects, interior designers, and the Real Estate Standards Association have recognized the potentially discriminatory connotations in the term "Master." Read more about our Diversity and Inclusion Pledge.
A large-scale, watercolor art piece adds a calm vibe to the primary bedroom, while fresh flowers add a natural element. The addition of a round mirror reflects natural light, which brightens the space.
Bristowe's primary bedroom includes a vanity and sitting area.
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The Home Office
Bristowe's home office features velvet curtains, floral wallpaper (bold wallpaper ideas are our thing), and metallic accents. It can only be described as “the ultimate ladies’ lounge: Edgy and funky,” she tells Us Weekly. “There are shelves with wine glasses and rosé. People walk in knowing what the vibe of the podcast will be,” she adds.
A gilded, leaning mirror adds casual flair to an otherwise elegant home office. For more chic yet functional home office ideas, opt for stylish storage, consider a chandelier, maximize your wall space and more.
Bristowe keeps Bachelor executive producer Elan Gale’s anti-self-help guide, You’re Not That Great and a bottle of rosé, on her desk, reports Us Weekly. The book bypasses positive affirmations in favor of leaning into “anger, sadness, self-loathing, and desperation” by using those feelings as learning tools.