Raised in the Deep South, Beth Haley grew up with an affinity for Southern architecture’s historic design. Over the years, her love for design has grown into a deep appreciation of the synergy between simple functionality and distinctive design. She has a particularly keen appreciation for strong lines, coherent form, rich symmetry, and reserved embellishments.
Throughout her life, Beth has lived and worked in historic neighborhoods, and she has an innate understanding of the charm and quirks of old houses. Marrying time-honored styles with modern accents, Beth is passionate about enlivening residential spaces in a sustainable manner.
In 2000, Beth created Beth Haley Design (BHD) as a boutique design firm focused on remodeling and renovating established homes with a sensitive, modern approach. Beth is intrigued by the existing market of older homes and how to transform them into workable, nourishing living spaces.
Beth’s appreciation of clean, thoughtful artistry permeates the work of BHD. The firm is known for strong, sincere lines and a clear sense of place. BHD cleverly discovers and draws deliberate designs that bring forth the soulful personality of the home and its family. With an attentive eye to architecture, context, livability, light, color and texture, BHD blends a passion for functionality with style.
Beth earned a B.A. in Speech Communications, along with an Interior Design minor, from David Lipscomb University and an Associates Degree in Interior Design from Watkins College of Art and Design. She is a licensed Interior Designer, past Chair of the local association of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers), past board member of the Nashville USGBC Chapter (United States Green Building Council), member of NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association), past Board Member, past Education Chair, and member of NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners), and member of the National Home Builders Association, Green Council and Remodelers’ Council. She volunteers her time with several organizations, special events, and individuals throughout the year. BHD designed the Nanny’s Suite in the Winter, 2006 Junior League Show House and designed and sat on the Show House Committee for the 2003 Watkins College of Art and Design “Chic on a Shoestring” fundraiser. In 2003, Beth was the Exhibitor Chair, as well as speaker and participant, in the Historic Nashville Old House Fair. Beth is recognized as a local expert on sustainable residential interiors and frequently provides educational seminars throughout the community.