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Hayden Panettiere's Nashville home is stunning — take a peek

Fans of "Nashville" will have to wait until this December to see their favorite fictitious country stars return to the small screen via CMT (Country Music Television) after a four-season run on ABC.

While we anxiously await the return of the Rayna and Juliette rivalry, we've been spending time swooning over the real-life Nashville home of Hayden Panettiere, which we first spotted in an issue of Domino Magazine.

Panettiere and her fiancé, boxer Wladimir Klitschko, initially settled in the home in 2014, and immediately called upon the expertise of Benjamin Vandiver, a Nashville-based decorator who has also helped style the homes of mutual friends Connie Britton and Jessie Baylin.

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Vandiver's task was to transform the 5,000-square-foot space into a residence fit for Panettiere and Klitschko, and for the child they would be welcoming in the coming year.

Their daughter Kaya was born in December of 2015.

Here are some of our favorite spaces inside the home:

The use of circular shapes and playful furnishings, like these sitting stools, bring personality to a generally utilitarian space.

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Milk-finish globe pendants make a bright style statement in the kitchen.

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Texture, pattern and playfulness are all part of Vandiver's approach to the home's decor.

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Simple furnishings and playful textiles dominate the decor.

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Dark moody walls, soft fabrics and textures reign in the home's living room.

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Lush fabrics and textures bring a cozy chic feeling to the home's sitting area.

A long wooden table and monochromatic furnishings offset the pop of metallic on the dining room wall.

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Shimmering metallic wallpaper makes a bold style statement in the dining room.

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To see the complete story and even more pictures of this Nashville stunner, visit Domino.com.

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