I am so excited to bring you all another great home tour. This time, we have a Chic Peek into the home of Carrie Henderson. Carrie was not only the designer of this home, but impressively the builder as well. With four children, she skillfully thought of a functional and sophisticated layout that would work for her darling young family. I listened and looked in awe as Carrie explained how she built furniture, painted artwork, and more. I was truly inspired touring this home, and hope you will be too!
I am absolutely delighted to bring you another Beyond the Curb home tour with interior designer Jena Salmon. After recently relocating from Atlanta to Dallas, Jena designed her beautiful home layered in pretty patterns, stunning antiques, and a sophisticated warmth that makes you feel right at home. Without doing anything structural to the home, Jena was still able to make each room a true jewel box of style. A testament to her storied design career.
Hi friends! An instagram follower recently asked me what I would be sure to include when building or renovating a home. I decided to poll my audience for what they would be sure to include. So if you are in the midst of a renovation or building a home, this post is for you. For those of you like me who hope to do that one day, it is a great post to bookmark and save for later.
Some homes stand a part with their presence. They hold great stature, elegance, and grandeur. My friend Libby’s home is surely one of those outstanding estates to remember. Originally built by the former Governor Clements of Texas, this home feels grand but cozy. It is full of beautiful collections displayed in clever ways, as well as lushly layered pattern and design.
The most frequently asked question at The Potted Boxwood is:
“What is the paint color?”
I understand why. Finding the right paint color is tricky, and so often it doesn’t turn out the way people envision.Pictures are brightened and edited, plus online doesn’t translate to real life in more ways than one.