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Jun 27

Step Inside Naomi Judd’s Tennessee Home

Naomi Judd

Naomi Judd shows off her kitchen while touring her home. She spends a lot of time with her friends in the room. And as with other rooms, she uses large windows as design to help bring the outdoors in. © 2011, HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Photo by Donn Jones Photography.

Naomi Judd could hire someone to decorate her home, but she prefers to do it herself. She showed off her skills and her Leipers Fork, Tennessee home on an episode of HGTV’s Celebrities At Home — and now you can take a photo tour in our At Home With GAC section! See photos of Naomi Judd’s home >>

Some of Naomi’s favorite design elements include flowers, candles and stained glass. All three elements are featured throughout her home, including the kitchen and great room where she does most of her entertaining. The great room also features copper in the ceiling to help with acoustics, a wooden drum she and her husband play from time to time and a gong.

Naomi’s office is the only place she displays memorabilia from her career. The office is full of awards and plaques from her success with The Judds. In her study, she keeps a photo album of the annual Halloween party she and her husband throw at their home each year and even has a small kitchenette in her master bathroom so she can get her coffee before she even leaves her bedroom in the mornings!

You can also tour Trisha Yearwood’s kitchen, Suzanne Alexander’s sun room, Kellie Pickler’s tour bus and much more in our At Home With GAC Section! Plus, watch videos from some of your favorite stars as they share their own home décor secrets. Like something you see? Pin it to one of your Pinterest boards for future inspiration and be sure to follow GAC on Pinterest!


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