Like every city, there are certain homes that you just can’t help but adore. This Dallas home I am about to share with you is one of them. On a very quiet street in the middle of University Park, lies this enchanting property that feels like it could easily be in the french provencal countryside. In the spring, wisteria falls from the front trellis patio, the boxwoods grow abundantly in terracotta pots, and the patina of the paint against the sophisticated blue shutters blends into the natural elements.
I have been fortunate enough to see beautiful homes and landscapes all over the country and highlight them on The Potted Boxwood. Many of you look to my instagram feed for inspiration and direction on how to improve your own home. With that said, I am excited to announce an exclusive opportunity for those who are ready to embark on a curb appeal refresh or complete redo. With the help of the talented Matthew Murrey Design, we want to make your home’s curb appeal as chic as it can be!
I often get asked about timeless and affordable furniture for the home. If we know anything about furniture, the word affordable is hard to apply with most things that are of good taste. It is very clear to me that Walmart Home is changing that they way we shop for furniture. I have selected several pieces of furniture that I would gladly put in any room in my house. Tufted chairs, high gloss benches, gold and glass consoles, and pretty textured tables.
We are in the full swing of summer, my favorite time of the year and the best time to entertain. When I think about a lot of my new favorite items for the home, I can’t help but recognize that they are from Serena & Lily. This summer especially, I am constantly using my Serena & Lily Cayman Vessel to either hold my fresh summer hydrangeas, or to light a pretty candle in inside of it for an ambient tabletop centerpiece.
Occasionally a new coffee table book hits the market and it is beautiful to look at for a day…and then you never open it again. When you have a true stand-out and staple book, you find yourself referring to it over and over again. The new book Patina Homes by Steve and Brooke Giannetti most certainly belongs in the stand-out category. While their beautiful California home is noteworthy for it’s light-filled architecture, effortlessly inviting decor, and lushly sophisticated gardens, the Gianetti’s also focus on architecture and interiors for clients as well.
I just returned from a quick weekend in Aspen. It was great to see deer, snow, and mountains surrounded by a cozy fireplace and warm drinks. There is something about the mountains that puts you in a festive spirit with a calming altitude! I was also able to sneak peek a spectacular project by a renown designer. Hopefully I can share that with you all soon (it is pretty swoon worthy!).
I know I have posted many homes from Aspen in the past, but this one by David Easton is just too pretty for words. Part Scandinavian provincial and part timeless Swedish, this home has every tranquil element of a mountain retreat. Who wouldn’t want to ring in the holidays here!
I love the light wash and paneling of this area. Hues of soft blues and shades of cream are welcoming and inviting.
More soft ambience and well upholstered seating. A warm and intimately scaled room.
Hand-painted walls and a white wash dining table make for a light-filled dining room that works all year long.
Patterns compliment each other perfectly in this living room. Love the boxwood urns and glass lamps.
Another stairway. The architectural details and woodwork give this home the pleasant warmth of a mountain chalet.