October's Color


Latigo Bay is a calm teal color. Teal borrows its qualities from the two colors it borders on the color wheel, blue and green. This makes teal calm and tranquil but remains balanced due to its green properties. It can recharge your spirit in times of distress, making it perfect in a bedroom. Additionally, it can heighten levels of creativity and clear thinking, ideal for an office setting!  


Hi everyone!
We believe Latigo Bay can be a contrast color or more of a monochrome color palette. We love layering these hues together to create a tranquil and imaginative space.

— Paige W Design Team

You're Invited...


Friday, October 12th

Stop by anytime between

10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

to see our


collaborative creative


1881 General George Patton Drive

Suites 101 & 102

Franklin, TN 37067

We will be taking donations for

Second Harvest Food Bank.

Each item that you donate

will earn a raffle ticket for

fun giveaways!

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Great Escape Coffee

will be here serving from

10 a.m. - noon!



Paige, Owner

Brittany, Designer

Hannah, Admin

Madison, Intern

Jaclyn, Owner

Anna, Owner

Hope to see you there!
— Paige Williams + Tribe Interiors Design Teams

Good Things Happen When You Work Together!

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Meet Jaclyn

Paige Williams Interior Design is happy to announce their first designer collaboration with Jaclyn Henderson of Tribe Interiors.  Paige and Jaclyn’s friendship started several years ago when they attended and graduated O’More College of Design together.  They have taken different paths on their design journeys but have remained close over the years, and in 2018, an opportunity to work together was presented and the two have been able share design knowledge on some amazing Nashville projects!

Jaclyn, a Tennessee Native, started her design career in 2009 when she graduated from O’More College of Design with a BFA in Interior Design. After graduation, Jaclyn gained experience in the interior design world working with other interior design professionals and in the home furnishings and décor industry. Jaclyn, along with her design partner, Anna Palumbo, created their design business, Tribe Interiors, in the Fall of 2017.

Jaclyn has always enjoyed art and the creative process and using this passion in different mediums of expression.  She enjoys using her skills and talents to create beautiful, functional, and comfortable spaces for her clients and believes in the power of good design to transform daily life. She appreciates many different design styles and loves getting to know clients and working with them to express their personal story by creating a space and design that is unique to their interests and personal style. She works hard to provide an environment the client, their family, and friends will enjoy for years to come. Jaclyn’s personal design style is ever evolving but centers around clean lines mixed with beautiful, unique pieces that add warmth and character to the space. 

Jaclyn is a current resident of Thompsons Station, Tennessee where she lives with her two children, Penelope and Savannah, and their two cats, Clover and Trixie.  In her free time, you can find Jaclyn hunting through the flea market and local thrift stores searching for hidden gems to use in her home or other projects, exploring the art and history scene, trying out new recipes and restaurants, hiking the local trails, or planning her next travel adventure.


This month, I’m taking over Paige’s newsletter to introduce myself! I’m so delighted to be collaborating with this wonderful design team and working in such an exciting field. I’m looking forward to being involved in many projects in the near future and hope to meet you soon!

— Jaclyn

September's Color


Freesia is named after the lovely tropical flower. Yellow freesias symbolize joy, friendship, and renewal. With those characteristics, its a perfect addition to any home which desires cheer and vibrancy. We are looking forward to seeking out this golden color in our own lives!


Freesia is the perfect color to wave goodbye to the final days of summer! We’re looking forward to closing out the year with beautiful intentions!
— Paige W Design Team

The Good, The Bad, and The In Between

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We’ve settled into our new space and we wanted to show you the process of our second home! It is SO important to feel comfortable in your work environment. It lays the foundation for a clear mind and a creative work-flow. Interior Design is a constant movement of ideas, fabrics, and ourselves, so it is of great importance to organize each step of the way. Here’s a sneak peek into our organization in every room!


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Make the first impression important! We’ve all been told how introductions are everlasting. We love this painting of our beloved downtown Franklin. Thanks Heidi Schwartz! This is a lovely piece to see every morning.

Dual Purpose Kitchen


This is quite a drastic transformation. We wanted to show you that not everything is ugly before photos and pristine after photos. There is an awkward in between too! The process of design is messy and its one of the reasons we love it.

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Ultimately, we organize by color and it makes it easy for us to quickly find what we are looking for, plus we think it looks pretty good too. 

Need the motivation to revamp your work space? Take a peek at some of our personal inspirations! 

Thanks for checking in on us! Although we’ve settled in our new space, we are still on the move. Check us out on Instagram to see what we’re up to!
— Paige W Design Team