Texas home features a beautiful modern twist on traditional design

This striking transitional style home was designed by architecture studio , located in the Bluffview neighborhood of Dallas, Texas. This striking custom crafted estate home combines traditional architecture mixed with classic materials. Spread out over two levels, there is plenty of living space to entertain and cater to daily family activities. The interior decoration throughout the home was the work of Dallas-based interiors studio . Continue below to take a full visual tour of this home that looks just as wonderful outside as it does inside.

Project Team: Architect: David Stocker / Interior Designer: Shannon Bowers Designs / Landscape Designer: Oden + Payne Landscapes / Structural Engineer: Childress Engineering Services / General Contractor: Robert Elliott

From the exterior facade, a beautiful entry court welcomes you to the front porch entryway. A three car garage offers plenty of storage for cars and additional necessities. Perfectly manicured gardens adds curb appeal. Black shutters compliments the front windows, while black shingles mixed with metal roofing provides a nice contrast to the white brick walls.

What We Love: This contemporary inspired home offers a visually beautiful aesthetic from inside to out. We love how the architects repeated material elements used on the outside, bringing them indoors to create harmony. Comfortable furnishings and a serene color palette provides a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy family living. Wood flooring provides warmth to the contemporary design, making this home very livable.

Readers, tell us what you think of the overall design of this Texas home in the Comments below, we love reading your back!

Above: The striking light fixture in the living room is the Modo Chandelier – 4 Sided, 15 Globes by Jason Miller. Source:  — $5,800

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Above: A kitchen dressed in white features a white subway tile and white with gray veining countertops on both the perimeter and waterfall island. Open shelving adds to the clean, contemporary aesthetic. Tractor Counter Stools sourced from  provides comfort and a touch of luxury.

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Above: The master bedroom retreat features an eye-catching light fixture above the bed, the  Heracleum II Pendant light.

Above: The master bathroom offers a spa-like oasis with a freestanding tub sourced from the .

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Above: A bright and colorful bedroom features the George Nelson Bubble Lamp ().

Above: A built-in window seat offers a cozy spot to curl up and read a book… or do some homework. A turquoise moroccan poof provides an extra seat or a spot to kick up your feet. A retro-inspired Kaddur Lounge Chair in blue also offers a cozy area to lounge ().

Above: This bright and colorful bedroom also features a cozy window seat, an orange Moroccan poof and an Eero Aarnio hanging bubble chair in clear. Not an easy item to find, but we suggest looking at .

Above: This bedroom features a Kartell FL/Y Pendant Light suspended over the bed ().

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Above: A covered outdoor patio features relaxing furnishings to entertain guests and a cozy fireplace for cool evenings. The hanging rattan chair was sourced from .

Photos: Nathan Schroder

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Absolutely breathtaking. I would recreate this in the cool mountains of an island Caribbean – the wood floors, the beams in the ceiling, the four post bed and the emphasis on natural tones in the decor in general, are important elements of this Caribbean theme


Lovely. Can you please tell me the source for the purple velvet living room chairs? Thanks!