RESTORATION: April 12 Premier of ‘Nashville Flipped’ Features Julie Couch & Historic Homes

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Interior Designer Julie Couch on set of popular DIY Network show ‘Nashville Flipped’

NASHVILLE. Julie Couch will focus on Nashville’s historic homes when she teams up with Troy Dean Shafer for the DIY Network Premiere of ‘Nashville Flipped.’

The premiere of ‘Nashville Flipped’ with Julie Couch airs on the DIY Network April 12, 2017 at 2 p.m. ET

“Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip,” states Nashville Flipped.  “As with many of the old homes he acquires there are always unforeseen challenges, because one never really knows what one has until they begin pulling back the years of neglect.”

Julie Couch will work with Troy this season to help tackle each unique Nashville property.


Read more from the HGTV blog writer David L. Haynes about Nashville’s distinct neighborhoods.

On East Nashville:
“With its parks and other historic city features coupled with a progressive and bohemian local vibe (think Austin and its unofficial motto “Keep Austin Weird”), this fascinating area has attracted a mix of urban pioneers, indie musicians, artists and other creative types bringing a revival of sorts to what was once a somewhat distressed part of the city. In addition to parks and other distinctive features, architecturally East Nashville boasts a mix of Queen Anne Victorians, vintage foursquares, bungalows, craftsman style and midcentury homes. And like other smart cities, Nashville has begun to wake up to the elevated notion of preserving and restoring in lieu of simply tearing down what’s old and building from scratch.
—David L. Haynes, HGTV


Nashville Flipped

April 12, 2017
2 p.m. | Eastern Time

DIY Network


Episode 1 features a 1904 Victorian “folk” L-shaped home.

For more information on Julie visit her website, juliecouch.com.

STAY TUNED FOR FUTURE EPISODES:
This season also features Julie Couch’s interior work on a Queen Anne-style home, a challenging 140-year-old farmhouse, a 1939 dream cottage, and a modest house near a Nashville railroad yard that was home to several generations of workers.

In “A Craftsman Comeback” watch a Craftsman style bungalow in East Nashville reclaim its architectural dignity. The property, built in 1923, had undergone layers renovations with budget materials that stripped this house of its authentic charm and character.

“A Germantown Gem” a 1910 home that has been an ‘eyesore’ in recent years gets transformed into a fabulous Folk Victorian home that will attract a host of prospective buyers to this emerging part of Nashville known as Buena Vista.

For a complete schedule of Nashville Flipped shows, click here


Photos below are from one of our favorite episodes featuring Julie Couch from last season, Episode 9, courtesy of Scripps Howard and DIY Network 


Located just outside of Nashville, this 1880s rural farmhouse was featured as Episode 9 in last season’s Nashville Flipped. The exterior paint was Sherman Williams #7012 “Creamy.” “Historically, most country homes had very little color and simple paint palettes,” said Julie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The work of taking a historic home down to the studs and bringing it back with historic footprint in tact. 

The interior color palette was Sherman Williams “Iron Ore” for the dark doors and SW “Snowbound” for the trim.

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