The open layout in this traditional Dallas art deco home creates a fresh and active hub around the kitchen. Crisp surfaces bring the space into a new era. A marble and white kitchen island with brown wood supports has built-in sink in this white kitchen, which includes wall and under-counter cabinets, three pendant lights, hardwood flooring, and stainless steel refrigerator.
An electric blue mirror, identical glass lamps and black and gold side table stand ready to greet visitors who enter this transitional office. Spray paint swirls and ribbons add a whimsical touch to the white walls, as though to remind guests not to take themselves too seriously--even in a place of work.
This striking home office commands authority with its unruffled gray palette and strong architectural lines. A teal upholstered ottoman and red leather desk chair add just enough color to the mix. The mirror above the fireplace is original, and adds to the grandeur of the space.
The stairs in this space lead from a detached one car garage lead down to a home gym that can easily be transformed into the perfect space for an indoor-outdoor soirée. Inside this lower level space is a kitchen that helps to provide the perfect set up for a party or hydration after a work out.
As seen on HGTV's Good Bones, the new dining room features modern furnishings and a black and white patterned rug. On the wall are framed animal prints. These prints are sections of the home's original wallpaper that Karen salvaged, framed and incorporated into the space.
In Think Small: The Tiniest Art in the World, author Eva Katz introduces a host of artworks from around the world created by artists who celebrate the small. Teapots smaller than a die and oil paintings teeny-tiny enough to fit in lockets are featured in this adorably modest Chronicle Books publication.
Texture and color keep the eye roaming in this contemporary home office, where a dining table doubles as a work-station. A light wood ceiling makes the space feel larger and a blue door adds a pop of personality.