This castle-like Texas retreat features intricate architectural details, including 200-year-old study doors imported from Italy. Nestled onto two acres, the property also features a resort-like outdoor living space with multiple conversation areas and two fireplaces. A circular drive curves around a carefully cultivated garden with a center urn cascading with color.
A marble floor gets a modern twist with an intricate tiling pattern in this master suite bathroom. The rest of the decor is kept simple and understated to allow the floor to receive it's due attention.
A variety of textures and finishes brings glamorous tactile appeal to this powder room. Basketweave tile grounds the space, while the wall is decorated in quatrefoil wallpaper and stainless steel accent wall.
Quatrefoil printed curtains inject a Mediterranean look and make this dining space feel quaint and private. A beaded chandelier brings in more texture to complement the exposed beams and enhance the room's coastal global style.
A zinc dining table brings a rustic element to this dining room to counterbalance the elegant dining chairs and chandelier. Exposed ceiling beams, the dark wood trim and quatrefoil printed curtains give the space a classic Spanish look.
A classic quatrefoil mirror with an aged patina contrasts with a sleek waterfall-style console in this transitional living area. Two nailhead-trimmed ottomans fill the empty space beneath. Plush beige armchairs complete the sitting area.
The open floor plan kitchen has plenty of storage with an extra bank of cabinets defining the kitchen and breakfast nook. The round dining table is surrounded by gray armchairs, while a quatrefoil-shaped chandelier illuminates the space.
An accent wall covered in sunshine yellow gives this room the perfect amount of color. Modern floating nightstands add storage without compromising floor space, and a quatrefoil rug gives the space the contemporary touch that feels stylish and inviting.
Arched alcoves add architectural character to the master suite. One niche houses a desk for checking late night emails, while the other contains a chest that doubles as a media cabinet. The fireplace is elegantly highlighted with boxwood topiaries and a quatrefoil mirror.
This living room sitting area is open to the home's great room. It features several chairs, an ottoman and a sofa as well as a cheerful fireplace and a large window with a lovely view. A red quatrefoil painting provides an additional focal point above the fireplace.
Peel-and-stick adhesive backing has come a long way, baby — there’s a pattern available for every kitchen style these days, and you can even design your own at Spoonflower. This cabinet was lined with Spoonflower’s removable wallpaper by DIY blogger Jessi Wohlwend at PracticallyFunctional.com (the design shown is “quatrefoil lg yellow” by designer misstiina).
Parquet flooring and a dramatic, tiled faux water feature add interest to this traditional home's second-level main entry. Neutral colors dominate the light-filled space, allowing visual interest to come from architectural detail, use of texture and strategically placed pops of color. To create the "water" feature on the accent wall, the design team installed soft aqua quatrefoil tile behind a textured acrylic panel, using directional lighting to give it a waterfall effect.