Emma’s BNB Tour (Part Two)
Sharing a tour of the bedrooms and bathrooms in my Nashville house today. If you missed it I recently shared about all the living spaces in this home as well. You can also click here to see all of mine and Elsie’s posts about this property.
Our side of the duplex has three bedrooms as well as three full bathrooms. On the first floor, basically right when you walk through the front door is the first bedroom, which has two single beds. Right next to this bedroom is a full bathroom with a shower.
On the second floor there are two more bedrooms—here is the first one. My favorite detail is the weaving above the bed, which I bought from my friend Rachel. I have a few of her weavings in my home in Springfield—I am a total fangirl.
Next to this bedroom is a full bathroom that has a shower and tub combo. Just wanted to throw that out there in case anyone either 1.) needs a tub for a kiddo bath or 2.) must have a bubble bath while they travel. I feel you. We have a tub!
The master bedroom is pretty special. If multiple couples are staying here, you’ll just have to draw straws who gets this bedroom because it’s the best one. It has a large walk-in closet and a connected full bathroom with a shower and double sink. My husband and I have a double sink in our current home as well and it’s hard to go back to sharing a sink when you’re used to having your own. Ha!
This bedroom also has double doors that lead to an outdoor balcony. It faces the backyard so it’s pretty peaceful to sit out there in the morning or early evening and sip on your coffee or a glass of wine. There’s a back porch everyone can enjoy as well, but this little upstairs porch is pretty darn cute if you ask me.
Here’s a peek at what all the bathrooms generally feel like—very clean and functional with mostly white tile and surfaces. Thanks for letting me share our Nashville short-term rental with you! xo. Emma
Sources: Twin Beds/Amazon, Metal & Wood Beds/Amazon, Lamps/Target, End Tables/Target, Door Mirror/Target.
Credits // Author: Emma Chapman. Photography: Amber Ulmer. Photos edited with A Color Story Desktop.