This Tudor home in Dallas was built in the 1920s by Herbert Marcus, father of Stanley Marcus, one of the founders of the luxury department store Neiman Marcus. Its recent renovation worked hard to respect its beautiful original details as well as outfit it with modern comforts.
A gray velvet sectional is the cozy centerpiece of this bonus room, decorated in warm, neutral tones, while a tufted green velvet ottoman adds a pop of color and a patterned rug in black and white provides visual interest.
Weathered white cabinetry and pale yellow wallpaper with a subtle pattern define this elegant, luxury bathroom. A tufted plaid ottoman and vintage floral stool add color and texture to the smooth marble tile floors.
This den has a sofa bed in the event that the space needs to be used as guest quarters. A variety of seating styles are unified around an oversized plaid ottoman, while beadboard paneling adds a casual layer to the wallpapered walls.
This living room is casual and cozy, anchored by a blue plaid area rug and sturdy, overstuffed furniture. Shades of brown and cream create a neutral backdrop for the room's assorted fabric prints and textures.
This custom-designed coffee table can double as an ottoman thanks to the padding lining the outer edge. The functional piece anchors this transitional living room space, which also includes two plaid sofas and architectural touches like exposed ceiling beams and columns.
The light neutral fabric on this midcentury modern chair and matching ottoman features a soft texture. The accordion curtain drawn back from the window matches the light tan shade creating a lovely contrast with the dark flooring. A plaid pillow brings color to the chair while a simple side table finishes the set up.
One entire wall of this elegant home office is covered in leather, accented by hand stitching. Beautiful textiles in rich colors (plaid curtains, a navy throw, a peach ottoman) continue the wall's sumptuous look.
A mix of patterns and textures creates visual interest and tactile appeal in this contemporary meets masculine home office. A grid-patterned armchair and ottoman pair with a navy-and-white plaid rug, while the entire room features gray grasscloth wall coverings.
This family room designed by Brian Patrick Flynn features windows dressed with plaid draperies, a ceiling painted 60-percent lighter than the navy-blue walls, a sofa outfitted in machine-washable slipcovers and a houndstooth-pattern storage ottoman that doubles as a coffee table.
The kitchen’s inviting breakfast area in front of the center island features a large 72-inch wide wood dining table with unexpected seating options. A custom church pew, round ottomans that are easy to move around and Parson style dining chairs upholstered in a woven black plaid fabric give everyone a seat at the table.
Two brown and white damask-patterned chairs are positioned in front a wicker ottoman creating an intimate sitting area. A low-hanging chandelier and an ornate white mirror draw the eye toward the back of the room with a few mirrored accent pieces. A distressed cabinet and blue plaid curtains give the room a more comfortable feel.