104,403 Dallas Texas Home Design Photos

Eskuche Design
16 Reviews
Monaco Inspired Manor
Ideabooks5,582
Questions5
brought all of the cut stone in from Texas. It is from a darker layer in a quarry and we used the center of the blocks only which further eliminated the lighter tones. I'll let you know what the name of the quarry is when we obtain it's name. We simply specified "Texas Cream". Good luck with your project
“Front view of house” — samantha10212003
PAVONETTI Office of Design
Garden St. Residence
Ideabooks1,446
Questions3
"Elbow Grease and Steel Create a Modern Texas Farmhouse" Austin, TX
this was in a houzz thing, Texas farmhouse $165,000
Texas country style
“x” — jstolurow
Gardens by Gabriel
6 Reviews
South County Succulents
Ideabooks6,407
Questions8
I live in Midland, Texas.My climate is DRY DRY our AVERAGE RAINFALL IS 12 INCHES PER YEAR( in a good year). Will they grow here?
Would this work in Texas where we are on restricted
Maybe better suited for Texas weather...
“Succulent variety.” — alasandra
Michael G Imber, Architects
3 Reviews
Southern Living Idea House
Ideabooks1,683
Questions2
1. The wall & cabinetry paint was Sherwin Williams “Waterscape” 2. The floor is a Texas Lueders limestone from Champion Stone in Lueders, Texas a. Color – buff (with stone floor sealer) b. Finish – brush
Texas lueders limestone
“Cozy but airy. Not overdone!” — treckinney
New Urban Home Builders
11 Reviews
Hill Country Arts and Crafts
Ideabooks2,731
Questions5
It is a Texas sandstone. The rest of the house is white limestone. Thank you.
wow. so its: -Modern Texas hill country ranch -French country -Spanish Villa
hill country Texas pools
“roof for grill” — newhousemccall
CCS Woodworks Inc.
10 Reviews
E 38th St. Painted & Glazed Kitchen
Ideabooks15,328
Questions15
Texas Lightsmith Copper
Texas Lightsmith Copper Sink
“Hutch” — Lisa Lindau
Antique Building Materials, Inc.
14 Reviews
Fletcher Horn @ ABMWOOD.COM ... Antique Materials
Ideabooks20,438
Questions31
You can have a chandelier like this made by Texas Lightsmith, though I don't think they made this one
This particular one I don't think is Texas Lightsmith, but they make them near identical to this
Wow! I just looked at Texas Lightsmith's website, and it is fabulous! Thanks for your information, it is exactly the type of hood I wanted to spec.
“ABMWOOD.COM: Our countertops are all made with truly antique woods, reclaimed from structures built” — carriebeard
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Texas Chic
Ideabooks6,213
Questions5
gorgeous and it's in Texas
Texas Chic...texas chic
“Contrasts Facing” — lumox
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