From Dallas to Houston, Texas design brings glamour and class.
Modern neutrals dominate designer Pamela Pierce's French-style Houston home, like in this light-filled living room that mixes the old, the new, and the unexpected. Find the full house tour here.
Above: Rolled-arm antique English sofa and 18th-c. iron candlestand floor lamp, W. Gardner, Ltd. Frank Gehry Wiggle Chair, Vitra. Tri-leg 19th-c. elm table, Area.
In designer Shannon Bowers's Swedish-inspired Texas home, her living room spreads across centuries. Find the full house tour here.
Above: Swedish 19th-c. cabinet and horse. French 18th-c. chair in linen. Louis XVI chair near Louis XV limestone mantel. French 19th-c. bistro tables. Columns, 18th-c., used as lamps. Gustation sofa. Accent pillows in vintage Fortuny fabric. Swedish table, c. 1750. Custom dhurrie.
Bowers's library table is the center of attention in this sitting room.
Above: Swedish 18th-c. library table with 19th- and 20th-c. Chinese jars. French light fixture. Pair of 19th-c. fauteuils in vintage Fortuny fabric.
Modernism rules in David and Ann Sutherland's Dallas home, where Lucque, an Airedale terrier, takes advantage of one of the many seating areas. Find the full house tour here.
Dallas decorator Beverly Field and Los Angeles architect Richardson Robertson III collaborated to create this glamorous home for one of the city's top philanthropic leaders. Find the full house tour here.
Understand Elegance: A celebrated hostess, the homeowner needed plenty of space to entertain — so Fields created this lively dining hall.
Antique English chairs, chandelier, and George III mirror. English 18th-c. buffet. Ceramic birds from Yang's Double Happiness.
For the residents of this Dallas home, designed by Michelle Nussbaumer, accommodating their children came first. "The children really have free rein of the place," Nussbaumer says. "They eat peanut butter sandwiches in the living room. Nothing is too precious." Find the full house tour here.