Kacey MusgravesNashville is certain to bring you butterflies.

The “Happy & Sad” singer gave Architectural DigestA peek into her home of 3,500 sq. feet, located in Nashville. 

Interior designer Lindsay Rhodes, Musgraves personalized the house—which she bought in 2020 on the heels of her divorce from singer Ruston Kelly—to satisfy her taste.

She told the publication that she wanted to find a space where she could feel comfortable and express herself without worrying about other people or what their needs might be. This felt like a fresh start.

Throughout the home, there are a lot of circular objects and spheres—which Musgraves accredited to her fifth studio album Star-Crossed.

“I wrote the album while I moved into my home. There were many themes to consider. [in both projects],” she explained.