This Dallas Home presents itself as one of the most amazing projects in this state, designed by dynamic design duo, Corbin See and Sara See, head of Sees Design. It was through incredible attention to detail, collaboration with the client and also a creative mind, that the result was the most astounding home you’ll ever see. Join Home And Decoration and find the exclusive settings!
Throughout this amazing and modern home, there are a pair of gold dome lights by Ingo Maurer that hang above two small Formations tables instead of a traditional rectangular table in the dining room. The chairs are by Cassina, the sconce is by Apparatus Studio, and the sideboard is by Holly Hunt.
In the spacious master bathroom, it stands out the pairs of geometric Ann Sacks and arabescato marble tiles in the shower area, while the vanity area blends terrazzo flooring with a graphic Pierre Frey wall covering. There also two Pierre Counot Blandin chairs are upholstered in Pierre Frey fabric and Pavoni leather.
To include in this Dallas Home, it had to have a 280-square-foot addition allowed the homeowner to build a space to house her impressive wardrobe with help from California Closets. The design of this closet is absolutely embellished through a chandelier by Fisher Weisman, mirrored and gold-leaf storage, and a black carpet.
The bedroom is a harmonious tribute to bold purple carpeting and De Gournay’s graphic Willow wallpaper. Perfectly established throughout the whole room, an upholstered Giorgetti bed, a Liaigre bench, Kimberly Denman chairs, and an ottoman by Jean Louis Deniot for Pierre Counot Blandin present themselves as the statement pieces.
In the living room, the center stage of this home, there’s a Vladimir Kagan sofa that’s upholstered in a creamy Rogers & Goffigon linen that offsets the living room’s darker elements, while a vintage ostrich-feather floor lamp and zebra-hide rug. This Dallas Home couldn’t be complete without a Noguchi floor lamp, a travertine cocktail table by Ironies, and an ottoman by Liaigre.