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House Tour: Deep in the Heart of Texas

  • Living Room

    Dog-friendly slipcovered seating surrounds a pine coffee table. An oversize metal C references the homeowner's surname, while southwestern patterns pay homage to the house's Texas location.


    To create symmetry in the living room, the homeowner replaced the corner hearth with a new one centered on the wall opposite the kitchen.
    Photos: Victoria Pearson

  • Home Office

    Home Office

    Rather than outfit the workspace with a traditional desk, the homeowner opted for a dining table that offers plenty of storage space.


    A painted vintage basin serves as a pretty alternative to a plain waste basket.
    Photos: Victoria Pearson

  • Bathroom

    A single sink console attached to a vanity with seating add more storage and flow to the bathroom layout. Clean white subway tiles line a glass enclosed shower giving the room a more open feeling. 


    Keeping with the existing layout, the homeowners avoided the expense of moving plumbing lines. 
    Photos: Victoria Pearson

  • Dining Room

    Dining Nook

    A pedestal table and midcentury Hans Wegner chairs turn a built-in banquette bench into a full-fledged dining room. 


    Vintage breadboxes provide sneaky storage for table linens above the dining table.
    Photos: Victoria Pearson

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