Crafted in 2012, the house was decorated in a daring, colourful, wallpaper-hefty additional-is-more model when the Golden, Texas, native initial moved in. But jointly with the interior designer Lindsay Rhodes, Musgraves soon established about returning the room to a little something a lot more akin to a blank canvas. “Kacey needed to get started from white to see exactly where she needed to go,” Rhodes suggests. “The property experienced a large amount of subway tiles and Craftsman-design specifics, so we needed to make anything really feel clean up. We generally blanketed the full kitchen area with plaster, even the island, to generate clean traces and give it a stonelike texture. Then we utilized a pale mineral paint all over the household. It pretty much feels like a watercolor as a substitute of staying flat, it gives a small dimension.”
(There is 1 place that was still left untouched: a powder home papered with charcoal sketches by the late, regionally well known artist Hazel King, which aligned uncannily with an idea Musgraves had preferred to put into action in her former household. “I’d began gathering nude sketches since I had this vision of hanging them flooring to ceiling in a bathroom, but I hadn’t completed it. And then it was in some way below, presently manifested, practically specifically how I’d pictured it. It is one of my favored matters about the household.”)
A great deal of the home is now painted white or off-white, but the sunset hues that do appear ended up preferred for precise, personalized reasons. The piano space, for illustration, ended up a dusky pink that was inspired by a candle Musgraves produced in collaboration with the cult fragrance model Boy Smells. “It’s a fantastic equilibrium of masculine and female,” she claims of the shade. And the pale-yellow-toned striated-silk wall masking in the eating space complements both equally the travertine table therein and an orb-formed Murano glass light fixture that hangs in the entryway, which Musgraves was “really proud” to have scored on 1stDibs.
“There are a great deal of orbs and circles in the home,” Musgraves says. “I was creating the album at the identical time I was transferring into the property, and there had been a whole lot of themes that have been variety of presenting themselves [in both projects]. This concept of entire-circle-ness held showing, and I had some religious activities that associated orbs—I had a psychedelic plant therapy session in which people from my previous saved presenting by themselves to me in the variety of orbs.” She laughs. “Without operating the possibility of sounding like an complete psycho, it was genuinely transformative for me.”
Lots of of the house’s much larger pieces – which includes the monumental bust on show by the singer’s swimming pool – ended up purchased second-, 3rd-, or fourth-hand. “I have a big really like for having up on a Saturday and browsing estate profits. When I’m on the road, in its place of being locked absent on the bus, I’ll get up, get coffee, and find the closest antiques retailer. There is a little something really exciting to me about using possession around an item that intended a whole lot to another person else, and variety of getting the new steward of whatsoever it is.” Circumstance in place: the antique gilt French mattress body that she positioned in 1 of her guest rooms. “I love contemplating about who may well have slept here, what they dreamed about, the enjoy that was produced on this bed,” she says. “To me, it is actually magical.”