Kacey Musgraves gives tour inside the ‘serene’ Nashville mansion she bought after divorce that features framed joint from Willie Nelson, a collection of crystals and powder room covered in nude sketches: ‘This felt like a new beginning’

  • The 33-year-old country singer sought out a serene space when she bought the 3,500-square-foot home in the middle of her divorce and while writing her fifth studio album, Star Crossed 
  • ‘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 said. ‘This felt like a new beginning’ 

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Kacey Musgraves opened the doors to the peaceful Nashville sanctuary she purchased following her divorce from musician Ruston Kelly in 2020 and gave a tour to Architectural Digest.

The 33-year-old country singer sought out a serene space when she bought the 3,500-square-foot home in the middle of her divorce and while writing her fifth studio album, Star Crossed. 

‘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 said. ‘This felt like a new beginning.’

Kacey kept some of her flare throughout the home, though, with a framed half-joint she smoked with Willie Nelson, a collection of crystals and a powder room covered in nude sketches from a local artist.

Peaceful: The 33-year-old country singer sought out a serene space when she bought the 3,500-square-foot home in the middle of her divorce and while writing her fifth studio album, Star Crossed

Home sweet home: Kacey Musgraves opened the doors to the peaceful Nashville sanctuary she purchased following her divorce from musician Ruston Kelly in 2020 and gave a tour to Architectural Digest

Home sweet home: Kacey Musgraves opened the doors to the peaceful Nashville sanctuary she purchased following her divorce from musician Ruston Kelly in 2020 and gave a tour to Architectural Digest

Musgraves took a step back from her usually maximalist style to create a space with interior designer Lindsay Rhodes that reflected a calmer, more focused mindset.

‘There are a lot of orbs and circles in the house,’ Musgraves said. ‘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]. 

‘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.’ 

She added: ‘Without running the risk of sounding like an absolute psycho, it was really transformative for me.’  

Still a retro inspiration: Musgraves took a step back from her usually maximalist style to create a space with interior designer Lindsay Rhodes that reflected a calmer, more focused mindset

Still a retro inspiration: Musgraves took a step back from her usually maximalist style to create a space with interior designer Lindsay Rhodes that reflected a calmer, more focused mindset

'There are a lot of orbs and circles in the house,' Musgraves said. '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]

‘There are a lot of orbs and circles in the house,’ Musgraves said. ‘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]

'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,' she said

‘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,’ she said

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