Happy Halloween! I can’t believe it is already here, and with that comes November tomorrow. I wanted to share some of my favorite pumpkin plenty homes I have spotted around Dallas this season. It is definitely a “hotober” here, but everyone is still remaining festive. To me, one pumpkin can be a little sad, so I was sure to pair a perfectly odd group of three white and green pumpkins together. We have a month to enjoy our mums, pumpkins, and hopefully perfect fall weather. Trick or treat!
All photos taken by Christina Dandar for The Potted Boxwood
A close family friend recently sent me an article about Meg Ryan’s New York City loft. It has a bit more of a modern edge, while still maintaining a classic appeal. The bones of the loft allow for a seamless transitional space, where Ryan incorporates texture and contrast. Her style is every bit eclectic and cool. A nice refreshing palette that can be appreciated in my land of espalier and chinoiserie.
All photos from Architectural Digest.
A great arrangement of texture, contrast, and intimacy that is so rare to find in a loft space.
I love the white exposed brick.
Excellent display of tall open shelving. If you are doing shelving- go all the way to the ceiling!!
A beautiful combination of texture and contrast.
I adore the collected sense of this space.
Beautiful dark hardwood.
I love the pattern in the tile and elevated tub in this bathroom.
I love the feel of the seasons, and Bunny Williams and John Rosselli have a home that embodies a comfort that withstands every season. One Kings Lane featured their beyond beautiful home, and it is exactly the type of home you would want to grow up in and truly live a life of warmth and splendor. Their home is collected and livable. Nothing looks untouchable or overly contrived, and that is the main goal of any home.
Photos via One King Lane