wanted a home that felt open, clean, bright and comfortable. Barber often played with more traditional textiles with simple and modern furniture lines to incorporate both the husband and wife's design sensibilities. However there were rooms that played more toward one aesthetic — such as the wife's study
of the home, it's decidedly more modern than the main living spaces. Wall color: Benjamin Moore Chelsea GreyRug: Flokati from Aga JohnSofa: Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams
Thank you for your question. I do not have this information on file. This kitchen was designed by Kim D. Hoegger at Kim Hoegger Home in Rockwell, Texas.. Houzz Profile: http://www.houzz.com/pro/kdhoegger/kim-d-hoegger
I would contact her for more details on her paint choices.
Hoegger Home. I believe that they were purchased from Guildmaster.
of the home here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/4507752/list/My-Houzz--Colorful-Hand-Painting-Bedecks-a-Creative-Home. Also, browse additional bookshelves here: http://www.houzz.com/photos/wall-shelves, and http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/4582175/list/Guest-Picks--Contemporary-Bookcases-and-Shelving.
Love this! I feel like this house is in Dallas? Maybe I've seen in D Home.
of the home's style. A large map of New York City hangs above the fireplace, with a heart marking the spot where the couple met.Sofa, striped rug: Ikea; armchairs: consignment store, painted and re-covered