Objects by local artisans accent the home, including colorful glass pendant lamps crafted by Sam Stark.
Hendersonville artisan Thad Johnson’s handiwork is exemplified in the bathroom cabinetry.
A drawing by Nancy’s daughter, Sara Beth Tucker.
The element of surprise is also apparent in the home—like the staircase tucked behind a series of arches.
Opposite, Nancy Alexander’s tiered decks and gardens are as impressive as the interior of the lodge she calls home.
The patio is a quiet retreat surrounded by a lush garden and forest. The earliest written records of the stone and wood structur
Nancy created room vignettes, including couches circling the stone fireplace, to cozy up the 2,000-square-foot great room.
a Moravian star lantern is an exotic touch in the library.
Artisan Douglas Madaras brought creative curves to walls and counters in the kitchen.
Homey throw rugs and leaded glass windows add casual charm to the master bedroom.