Artist Lacy VanCourt's transformed Texas farmhouse features carefully curated southwestern style and rich textiles. White wall planks allow colorful pieces of framed art and collectables to bring the space to life. A red patterned area rug shares the two sofas lined with cushions and pillows showcasing her embroidery work.
The upstairs loft living room features cinnamon-colored walls fanned by large hand-stenciled gingko leaves. A set of channel-tufted walnut library chairs in soft chenille fabrics bracket the small chest of drawers, where a bronze sculpture by renowned artist Robert Hooke stands.
Symmetrical furnishings and a neutral color palette give this traditional living room a simple, clean feel. Great use of texture in the rug, coffee table and stone fireplace create visual depth and make the large space feel intimate.
Tin chose a neutral, clean palette of shades of white to lend her home design cohesion and to keep it from not competing with the unique architectural touches in the home itself. Pretty without being fussy, the comfy chenille sofa, cozy throw pillows and fluffy rug invite guests in.
Pink and beige toile wallpaper serves as a feminine background for an intricate cooktop area. A gold backsplash is surrounded by a detailed white range hood while a sparkling crystal chandelier hangs from a beautiful white coffered ceiling. Quaint ladder-back barstools with cushions provide convenient seating in this elaborate kitchen.
A giant fish tank makes a stunning focal point, where the grand rear terrace steps down onto an expansive lawn. Not only does it provide a useful transition for the grade change, but it also bridges the home’s interior with the outdoors. The lit tank, with its hand-painted tiles and colorful koi, provides a whimsical dash to an otherwise muted landscape — and nods to the homeowner’s impressive collection of '60s Pop Art inside.