Welcome to my home! I am so excited to give you a tour of my beautiful, family-oriented space. This cottage was built in 1926 and we loved the charm and history! We renovated the kitchen and and restored and updated many of the rooms to improve the flow and livability. Behind the pastel colored drywall was hearty shiplap, so we exposed it in many rooms. Finally, to finish out this labor of love, I furnished it with refined rustic glam decor and accessorized with interesting pieces that tell a story.
The result is a home we truly LIVE in.
With 2 boys and a puppy, we do not have any other choice, and we love to live here. Come see our space!
This now airy space was once dark, drab and dingy. New kitchen cabinets, flooring, sink, lighting and layout completely reenergized the space! The master bedroom and teenage bedroom also got a fantastic update with all new paint, furniture, bedding and lighting. These once dark and depressing 1980’s dated spaces now are the perfect places to relax after a hard day!
This family of six loves the farmhouse style but doesn’t want it to feel like a fad. To keep it timeless, I incorporated the classic elements of farmhouse but with a modern edge. As a result, this eclectic modern farmhouse has a true wow- factor that won’t be easily dated.
I was contacted by Parrell travel company to design a colorful, fun, and festive Air BNB that celebrates Dallas. Once I did the first one, they liked it so much they called me back to do two more! They are available to rent online now.
This fantastic, whirlwind project for Air BNB was a playful nod to Dallas Glam, Southern Hospitality, and the "upscale" reputation Dallas sometimes earns. Black and white polka dots paired with vibrant colors make this space cheeky and chic!
So many shades of blue and so many ways to apply, adapt, and tweak blue and white. In this client's home, I brightened the wonderful traditional bones with a lively blue and white scheme. Blue and white adapts to any decor, from farmhouse to ultramodern.
This gracious Texas ranch house was full of lovely architectural details, but its tired entryway and office were not setting the right tone. These homeowners are so gracious, and they wanted their guests to feel at home as soon as they walked through the door.
This home had a sparse, modern kitchen and the new owner wanted a farmhouse feeling. It was an easy change by switching out the light fixtures, adding new marble, and covering the existing vent hood. The modern kitchen they disliked is now a thing of the past!
There is great joy in buying one’s first house. Such pride and excitement come in being a homeowner. However, those builder grade materials don’t lend themselves to pride of ownership. By the time I was finished in this once cookie cutter home, it was anything but basic!
This home was very traditional when this homeowner moved in; think old-world, Tuscan, and big, heavy, brown furniture. This single dad hired me to help him reflect his family's fun spirit! We used bold, happy colors and interesting accents. The art featured was hand-printed by a local artist to showcase his girls. Now his home reflects his active and energetic family!