St. Jude Dream Home

I always try to remember how blessed I am.  I have a wonderful husband that loves me dearly, 3 healthy, beautiful children, a thriving business and family and friends that mean the world to me.  Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in our busy lives and we forget how many are suffering or may be in need of our love and support. 

  The St. Jude Dream Home is coming to Westhaven in Franklin Tennessee and Beckwith Interiors is proud to donate the tile from the Jamie Beckwith Collection that will be used in the Butlers Pantry of the 3,300 square foot house. This home not only serves as a wonderful opportunity for us to give back to the community, it serves as a reminder of how serious cancer is and how it can change the lives of a family in a heart beat.

Knowing what St. Jude strives to accomplish, and understanding its dedication to helping sick children has enlightened everyone involved with the project. This is an initiative that has quickly captured the hearts of Southern Land Company, who is building the home and all of its partners.
Attached is a link for the St. Jude Dream Home, please read about how you can win the dream home and help support others that may not be as fortunate.

Sextant tiles that will be used as a backsplash in the Butlers Pantry
You can purchase the tiles at Metro Carpet Nashville

My House…..Your Houzz!

Becky Harris, writer for Houzz website, included a wonderful story about the design inspirations for my pool house.  The pool house was an addition to our home and took about 2 years to complete.  It was a long and sometimes frustrating project, but it was well worth it and brings my family much enjoyment. Because this was my own personal space,  I felt I could take more risks with this space, try things that I had never done before, and push the limits a bit.  I learned a ton on this project and it definitely has helped me with all the projects that the design firm has had up to this date.  Please check out Becky’s story here and enjoy Houzz.  Houzz has such inspiring images from other designers around the world.  It is like having your 10 favorite design magazines all rolled into one, with amazing pictures of bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, closets, wine cellars….the list goes on and on.–Modern-Gothic-Pool-House

Candice Tells All, Again!!!

I definitely have been blogging about the Candice Tells All show on HGTV for the past few weeks, but Beckwith Interiors is so excited to have not one, but Two products from the Jamie Beckwith Collection featured on her television show.  While our wood flooring and tiles are indeed lovely, we owe many new projects, from Marriot hotels, residential homes, and some really cool hospitality projects, to the power of media…..which is the Candice Tells All show on HGTV by Canadian designer Candice Olson.  Kudos to Candice! 

Candice Tells All!

Wow!  Another product featured on the amazing Candice Olson’s television show, “Candice Tells All”.  Projection, which is a dimensional end-grain wood tile was used to high-light a focal wall behind a bathtub on Episode #6.  You can find this beautiful product on , where you will find installation photos, national dealers and representatives of the collection, and all the specifics. 

Candice Olson design; Projection wood tiles Jamie Beckwith Collection

We are so excited at the overwhelming response to the collection from many viewers around the world!  The beauty and warmth of Projection is hard to find with other materials.  We hope you will check out the collection and let us know if we can answer any questions concerning price lead time, and installation instructions.   

Candice Tells All!

I was so excited to see the Sextant pattern used on an HGTV episode of “Candice Tells All”.  The wood tiles looked fabulous on the fireplace that Canadian designer, Candice Olson designed.  I was inspired to see how she used the product and how it brought warmth and beauty to the fireplace. Again, I am extremely honored that she included the wood tiles on her show……I have to pinch myself!

Sextant pattern used as flooring

You can learn about Candice’s television program at  and see more of the Jamie Beckwith Collection at