A Duplex in Dallas
I love the trim color on this home and the landscaping.
This house has lots of natural light.
That huge buffet with the wood fish over it is fun.
Cozy furniture. I think the rug is a bit much and a lower coffee table I think would be much better.
If you notice...that is the fireplace there surrounded in mirror.
That's kind of odd but I think it could be made fabulous.
Looks like they are trying to ignore it.
I'd hang a painting in the center of the mirror.
The mirror would be an interesting feature rather than something weird they are trying to ignore.
Don't you think that coffee table is just too much?
I love wedding cake chandeliers but not in this home.
Wedding cake chandeliers are very 20's and 30's and don't belong in a 1950's era house.
Rug is too much again. Boy...I am cutting this house apart....but I do really like it.
It just needs some tweaking.
I'd love to have a sunroom like this myself.
Put some garden furniture in here and some plants and it would become the best room in the house.
They need Debra of Common Ground to come decorate it.
Nice galley kitchen. That red wall would be a perfect candidate for chalkboard paint, wouldn't it?
Love the faucet and the subway tile. Cabinets are nice too.
Lots of nice things here. Not crazy about the little bar. I would not have added that...
it looks too delicate. I think I'd prefer it with cabinets below or not have it at all.
Again...a loud rug.
But the finishes are super nice in this kitchen. I wish mine were as high end.
I can just imagine that wall in black chalkboard paint with fun things written and drawn on it.
Really great faucet. But I would not have put that in a 1950's home.
Oh...it would look great in my kitchen however.
This bedroom just needs a head board and some curtains.
I really like the bedding and the pile of pillows.
Again..just needs a headboard and drapes but do love the picture above the bed
and I've always loved those
stacked book shelve things...They look so great when full.
Pretty bathroom. I'd hang a mirror on the mirror. I love layered mirrors.
Love the sink...but I'd never put it in a 1950's home. It's too victorian.
It's gorgeous but I'd do something more streamlined in a 1950's home.
I'm all about embracing the era of your home...not fighting it.
Very nice backyard.
Looks like the perfect spot for evening meals.
I guess this is a back parking area but I like it in gravel. It would be awful all pavement.
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Have a Happy Sunday!