Traveling throughout the United States and Europe, interior designer Jerome Farris uses his extensive knowledge of history, architecture and design to bring a unique aesthetic and resources to his design projects ranging from French Neoclassical and Mediterranean to Modern Farmhouse and urban living.
While earning his interior design degree from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), Farris began working on numerous home projects including earning Best Interior Design for an area Parade of Homes before graduating. Today, working with clients on exquisite home projects throughout the Southeast, as Peddler Interiors in-house designer, Farris has the tremendous resource of the 8,000 square foot store of fine home furnishings, original art and accessories available as well as established relationships with top artisans, builders, subcontractors and exclusive lines readily available.
Voted Readers’ Choice for top interior designer for Greater Nashville House & Home magazine, his previous honors include earning the Nashville Parade of Homes’ Best of Show, Best Design and Interiors. He was a featured designer for the inaugural Nashville Southern Living Showcase Home with his work earning the cover of Greater Nashville House & Home; the entire project earned builder Castle Homes, Southern Living magazine’s Custom Home Builder of the year. Farris, along with Peddlers’ designer Angie Forte, have been selected for 2017 House for Hope Designer Show House for Southeast tastemakers and interior design influencers open for tour in March and benefiting area children’s charities.
Specializing as a residential design consultant, Farris’ spectrum of work includes all phases from home design and construction to finish selections and final furniture placement and interior decor.