Nashville interior designer Julie Couch is passionate about creating curated and collected homes; artful, sophisticated spaces that draw you in, offering a bit of drama and a little whimsy. A member of the Southern Living Designer Network, she recently brought her wit, smarts and creative design eye to the DIY Network’s Nashville Flipped which premiered in April.
Selected by Traditional Home magazine’s staff as a Rising Star of Design in 2015, Couch was honored to be one of ten designers across the United States chosen. Her growing design business, popular personal art and not for profit art gallery are based in one of Nashville’s hottest neighborhoods, 12 South. Couch and her talented team work with clients throughout the Southeast. Her work was the recent cover of Country Living magazine and featured in Southern Home, Traditional Home and Domino.com.
A University of Tennessee art history grad, she is a former student of O’More College of Design and Watkins College of Art & Design. Currently, Couch is completing the build of her personal home, an understated French Provincial south of Nashville, with her husband, Mark, and adorable son, Gus.