Inside Food Network Chef Maneet Chauhan’s Williamson County Home

Maneet Chauhan Home Food Network
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Food Network recently featured Chef Maneet Chauhan’s home on their website. Chauhan and her family moved to Williamson County in 2015.

Chauhan is the owner of Mantra Artisan Ales in Franklin, Chauhan Ale and Marsala House, Tansuo and The Mockingbird in Nashville. Chauhan is also a judge on the Food Network Show “Chopped.”

 

Describing her home as a place to be surrounded by things she and her husband Vivek love and have collected, she said,“I wanted a place that’s contemporary but with hints of our Indian heritage,” she says. “India is a land of color, and by putting these accents around the house we were able to incorporate a little of where we are from into our style.”

In the photos below, you will see the powder blue dining room which Chauhan refers to “Versailles meets modern,” followed by a photo an heirloom along with her James Beard Award. Chauhan’s husband Vivek purchased a large Buddha which now has a proper place in their home after being in storage for the last ten years. The last photo showcases their outdoor living area which in contrast to the interior they chose to use more vibrant colors.

 

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