I am so excited to welcome you all to my new website! I couldn’t think of a better way to kick off the launch of the rebranded “The Potted Boxwood” than with a fabulous Dallas interior designer. I have been closely following Lisa Henderson Interiors for years. Her design is every bit timeless, chic and refreshingly beautiful. I was fortunate enough to ask her a few questions about her beautiful world of design. If you don’t know her, you should! Let me tell you, y’all are in for a real treat of all things chic!
Interior Design by Lisa Henderson
Photos by Emery Davis & Rachel Heacox
Where are you from/where do you live currently?
I’m originally from Houston but now live in Dallas with my husband and three children.
How would you describe your design aesthetic?
My style is traditional but fresh. You will see me infusing color in everything that I do!
Tell me about your new home?
We bought our house three years ago with the intent of undergoing a significant renovation but also knew it would realistically take us a while to figure out what that entailed. I was seven months pregnant when we moved in — not advisable!! We moved out last October and back in just this July. We love the finished product, and now I’m finally getting to the best part — decorating!
Do you have any fun partnerships in the works?
Absolutely! Right now, I’m partnering with Leontine Linens on a limited-edition accessory collection that features Lisa Henderson Textiles. I love finding new ways to collaborate on projects. We have a few more things up our sleeves for the new year that I can’t wait to share!
Are there any current trends you are embracing?
This one is easy! I have always embraced layering in old and new pieces to every design. Not only does it create a personal interior, but it gives that sense of ‘home’ like nothing else.
What are your design pet peeves?
Every designer has a different answer, but for me, it’s textured walls. It’s just not my thing but to each their own!
Best advice you ever received about designing?
Someone once told me, “You’ve got to be hungry to make it work,” which I tend to find is true in both business and design. Sometimes it can take months to find the right piece of furniture or perfect lighting for a space, and in the end, that drive to keep searching is what ultimately makes every design complete.
What is on your nightstand?
A glass of water and an eye mask. You never know when you may need to hydrate, and I can’t sleep without my eye mask!
honestly looks good in any space — a perfect layering item that adds warmth and greenery to any room.