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When I was first invited to meet Tish and Billy Ray Cyrus for a walk-through of their L. Originally built in the 1930s, the house had good bones and architectural detailing that Tish wanted to keep intact, but she agreed that the styling was in desperate need of a makeover. First of all, I was starstruck at the thought of meeting rock 'n' roll royalty (they've been together for 25 years), and secondly, I was excited to hear that Tish (who co-manages her two daughters Miley and Noah—I'm sure you've heard of them) was about to venture into interior design and wanted to chat through some of her ideas with me. Tish graciously showed me through every room in the 4000-square-foot Spanish hacienda-style house—which was a rock 'n' roll glam, traditional fusion with a Moroccan vibe thrown in—and outlined all of the changes she was going to make.The first thing Tish removed was the black felt skull wallpaper and slathered it in Snowbound paint by Sherwin Williams."I decided to paint the accent wall dark gray because I envisioned adding gold sconces to each side of the bed and I love the mixture of dark gray and gold." The first piece she bought for the room was a mid-century modern bed frame from Interior Define and then built the room around it.After sharing her ideas with me and going over the plans, I left the southern California home and Tish got to work. In a few short months, Tish completely redesigned the four-bedroom four-bathroom home including an extensive renovation of the kitchen—it went from dark and moody to white and bright.Today, I'm thrilled to share the exclusive before and after photos along with style notes from Tish on what she did in each room. Looks like Tish can add interior designer to her résumé now.Instead, she chose a dark gray grout that’s in a very simple but bold pattern."I think it adds a little bit more personality to the kitchen, instead of a traditional looking backsplash," she notes.
"I don’t know what I was thinking when I decorated my master bedroom a decade ago," she laughs.
"It looked like a Vegas hotel room and I couldn’t wait to change it up to something cozier and laid back." When Tish first discovered this amazing artwork she knew immediately that she wanted them above their bed.
"Billy Ray has always had a deep interest in Native American history and culture so I wanted to surprise him with the pieces," says Tish.
"For so long this space didn’t really feel like it belonged with the rest of the house," she adds.
"I needed to add personal items, photos, guitars, and books to make it feel like we live here.
The last time they decorated the guest room was when it was Noah's room so as you can imagine, it needed the biggest makeover of all.