Bahama Babes: Faith Hill & Tim McGraw
I am a HUGE fan of all things Tim McGraw. This fondness is 20 years strong and not waning.
He clearly adores his gorgeous and talented wife so I think all marriages are safe but, he did become a bit more enticing if that is even possible when he showed up with a perfectly designed and uber chic private island in the Bahamas.
I could just move right in…
Inside Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s Bahamas Home via AD
On their own private island in the Bahamas, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw create the perfect escape
When you think of country stars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw at home, the first thing that may come to mind are the neon lights of downtown Nashville. But their home away from home on the 20-acre private island they call “L’île d’Anges” is a far cry from the music halls and boot shops. “I think the beach has always represented, to the McGraws, a simplicity that their everyday life lacks,” says interior designer Ray Booth. “So this house needed to offer a real clarity and cleanliness in its aesthetic.” Booth, along with architects Bobby Alpine and Greg Tankersley, cobbled together eight distinct “pavilions” linked together by open-air passageways that mimic the surrounding dreamy blue water and bright white sand. And while you may not live anywhere near water or sand, your home could learn a thing or two from the McGraws’ decor; its timeless blue-and-white palette and naturalistic accents are a foolproof formula for polished but approachable style. Shop pieces inspired by some of the home’s most impressive spaces.
The pool terrace is steps from the waterfront. Chase longues by Royal Botania; Henry Hall designs seating with Delany & Long cushions; brass tripod tables from Mecox.
Senegal date palms tower over the arrival court.
A view of the lounge.
The country-music stars in the entrance loggia of their Bahamas getaway, devised by architects Bobby McAlpine and Greg Tankersley and designer Ray Booth. Hill’s dress by Stella McCartney; McGraw in J.Crew throughout.
Wardrobe styling by Petra Flannery for Two Management; Hair by Lorenzo Martin for The Wall Group; Makeup by Francesca Tolot for Cloutier Remix; Grooming by Troy Mitchell
A vase of vibrant flowers punctuates the living room’s blue-and-white palette. Donghia sofa upholstered in a great outdoors fabric by Holly Hunt with perennials trim. Madeline Weinrib rug.
Hill (in a Tory Burch dress) and Mcgraw at their Bahamian getaway.
Open-air pavilion melds seamlessly with the tropical flora surrounding it. Janus et Cie armchairs surround a custom teak dining table by Sutherland Furniture; Henry Hall Designs cocktail table and sofa.
Outdoor and indoor spaces coalesce in the master bedroom. Custom bed; C&C Milano Bedding;pillows and turquoise throw by John Robshaw. Chista chair with C&C Milano fabric cushions. Antique metal palm leaves mounted as lamps. curtains of a perennials fabric. Madeline Weinrib rug.
The master-bedroom porch features a freestanding oval bathtub by Waterworks with a Duravit tub filler. Stool by roost; antique folding chair.
Maggie, Hill (in Chloé), and McGraw.
A sinuous retaining wall edges Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s private island.
An afternoon on the water.
McGraw leaps into the ocean while his family looks on.
In a guest room, Leo takes a seat on the bed.
A bell pull hangs from the observation tower.
Mcgraw and Hill (in a Chloé dress) in the courtyard.
The edge of L’île D’anges.