People who embrace traditional style have a fondness for heritage and stories. As a professional interior designer, Eric Ross has upheld centuries-old design concepts while injecting fresh colors and fabrics into the mix for more than twenty years. His approach to traditional decorating includes a bit of French country, a lot of Southern hospitality and spills over into his lifestyle and entertaining prose. In Enduring Southern Homes, Eric Ross showcases beautiful projects and gives tips on how to create your very own enduring home, regardless of where you live.
Interior designer Eric Ross has over twenty years of design experience. With a background in bespoke furnishings and a penchant for traditional fabrics and antiques, Ross creates dynamic home interiors that blend comfortable southern living with timeless style.
Blue-and-white porcelain, mixing fabrics on furniture, statement print curtains, artistic wall groupings and tasteful displays of homeowners’ personal collectibles star among Ross’ signature look, which celebrates the most appealing tenets of southern design.
Ross enlivens spaces and works magic with his refined southern aesthetic. His lush designs reflect his traditional style as well as the passions and preoccupations of his clients.
Former Williamson County resident, Eric Ross’ work has been published in Traditional Home, Southern Style, Southern Lady, The Cottage Journal and many other publications. Eric was also Your Williamson’s Interior Thinking contributor in the past as well, and many of the homes he highlights in his new book are in our community. His passion is to fan the flame of traditional decorating with a deeply southern aesthetic. A Kentucky native, he now lives in Nashville, with his wife Ruthann, daughter Julianne and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Prince Darby and Dixie. Follow him at ericrossinteriors.com and on Instagram at @ericrossinteriors.
Evin Krehbiel has been a professional photographer for over twelve years in Nashville. Her work has been published in Pizzazzerie: Entertain in Style (by Courtney Whitmore, Gibbs Smith) and magazines. She lives in Franklin, Tennessee.