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When the Lady Antebellum singer and his wife Cassie welcomed son Ward in February, their Nashville home required "a little refresh," says Cassie in this week's issue of PEOPLE. So the couple turned to One King's Lane design services, The Studio, and their head designer, Alex Reid. Now you can shop the Kelley's new decor starting May 6 at 11 a.m. EST.
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"I'm always a fan of mixing up seating," says Reid. "Instead of doing six chairs, bring a bench in there. It brings in a pattern and makes it a bit more dimensional."
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"There are a lot of textures and pretty blues," says Cassie of details like the Adrie rattan barstools in their light and bright kitchen.
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Instead of a coffee table, Reid chose an upholstered ottoman. "Add a box or tray so it functions as the same thing. And there are no hard edges."
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Reid opted for two chevron ottomans that are perfect for storing toys. "And when you're entertaining and you need a couple extra seats for guests, you just bring those into the seating arrangement and their polished enough," he says.
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This gold rolling Shiloh serving cart is the "perfect height" to act as a chic side table, says Reid. But it also works in the traditional sense: as a bar cart or serving station when entertaining.