Kacey Musgraves‘ Nashville home is sure to give you butterflies.
The “Happy & Sad” singer gave Architectural Digest a peek inside her 3,500 square foot home, which is located in Nashville, Tennessee.
“I wanted a place that felt like me, where I could express myself without having to think about another person and what they might want,” she told the publication. “This felt like a new beginning.”
Throughout the home, there are a lot of circular objects and spheres—which Musgraves accredited to her fifth studio album Star-Crossed.
“I was writing the album at the same time I was moving into the home, and there were a lot of themes that were kind of presenting themselves [in both projects],” she explained.
“This theme of full-circle-ness kept appearing, and I had some spiritual experiences that involved orbs—I had a psychedelic plant therapy session in which people from my past kept presenting themselves to me in the form of orbs.”
Her favorite piece includes a photograph of a teenager in a cheerleading jacket smoking a cigarette—which happens to be her mother.
“I love collecting things that intrigue me, which doesn’t always bode well for [maintaining] a minimalist environment,” she shared. “You can’t put your finger on the exact style of this house, and I’d say the same about my music. Instead, it’s a big patchwork quilt of all these things that spark some kind of joy in me.”