Home Tour: A Stylish Family Home
Not every Pulp Design Studios project involves major construction and renovations. We love to work our magic with finishes and furnishings, bringing a home to life with a nip and tuck instead of a full face lift. This Dallas family loved the “bones” of their home, but they just felt that it didn’t really reflect their personalities. We gave them clever and unique selections for paint, furnishings, and lighting for a house they are proud to call home! Let’s take a tour!
Q: How did this client find you?
We designed their neighbors’ home, and they saw it when it appeared in D Home. They liked what they saw so they reached out to us to see if we could inject some personality into their Dallas home.
Q: What special requests did the clients have for you?
They have two small children, so they wanted to be sure the home would stand up to their daily wear and tear. But they also wanted to be sure the house was hip and colorful, with great art and details. We gave them fabrics made to repel stains and messes, and we curated art that would give them both color and personality in each room.
Q: What is the clients’ favorite space?
They really love the bold black study! It’s at the very front of the house near the entrance, so it makes a major impact when you come through the door. It really gives any visitors an idea of how bold and hip this family is!
Q: Besides paint and art, what’s another easy way to show your personality in your home?
Definitely with your bookshelves! The books you choose are always a good giveaway for what you like and anything that you’re interested in. And shelves are also a fantastic place for you to show off all those amazing things you bring back from your travels, or the spectacular photos you take with friends and family. There’s no better place in the home to make a personal statement!
Take the full tour of this fabulous Dallas home here!
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