Dallas can be a tricky town. It is large, but it is small. It has beauty, and it has beauty disguised as beasts (pretty houses with hideous interiors/ thirty-thousand dollar millionaires). Much of the focus is on the ritzy and well known Park Cities and Preston Hollow areas. However, I love a sweet neighborhood called Greenway Parks. It is lush with landscape, full of distinctive architecture, and is oozing with charm.
In the last issue of Milieu Magazine, a Greenway Parks home by interior designer Shannon Bowers was featured. It is eclectic and enchanting. The home encompasses modern features with traditional design. Basically, it has a little bit of everything to love. Speaking of love, Milieu Magazine is a new favorite publication of mine that has so many unique and high-end design elements, as well as up and coming designer features.
So have some fun and head to greener pastures today. Happy Weekend!
The landscape lives up to the name of Greenway Parks. How lush and lovely is this greenery with the boxwoods flanking the walkway.
A hint of pink and a splash of yellow add a nice tonal element to this neutral room full of natural light.
An early-nineteenth century Itaian chandelier provides a glamorous focal point over the Moorish-chairs and simplistic dining room.
A serene and clean master retreat. The custom shades and upholstered headboard give-off a sense of calm.
Designers Guild wallpaper showcases the phenomenal arches in this upper-story sitting area. This once again proves wallpaper doesn’t have to be bold (a misconception). Pick a soft pattern or a neutral texture.
A side garden of the home. If you have the space, utilize the the side of your house. There is so much emphasis on the front and the back, but no one likes a bad side profile!
A divine Quadrille wallpaper covers the walls in the daughter’s luxe room.