Wednesday, June 22, 2011

MICHELLE NUSSBAUMER ~ DESIGN IN DALLAS

Interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer created a grand interior where children and comfort are considered. The furnishings are a play on diverse cultures and periods ranging from the 18th century to the present, with spectacular fabrics and multiple textures and colors, especially blue.

Designing a media room, the children's playroom, and the gardens of this stunning Mediterranean-style home are the next projects for Nussbaumer. ENJOY!







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See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo


Veranda July 2011
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11 comments :

eclecticrevisited said...

gorgeous and vibrant blue...my favorite..
love the dramatic use of color throughout with the neutral background color..
have a great day, Teresa,
maureen

Angela Parmer Duke said...

I adore that headboard!! So beautiful!

AB HOME Interiors said...

I love the feel of the different rooms!

xo,
amanda

The enchanted home said...

There is so much to love here, love the warmth though its elegant and grand there is also an inviting quality to the home, love the dining, the bath and all the outdoor porches....fabulous entertaining spaces!!

Anonymous said...

did this go through?
thanks for your comment today!
love this dining room sooooo much!!!1

Joni
cote de texas

Renée Finberg said...

it is impossible to express how much i love potted fruit trees.

xxx

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Teresa that dining room! That bedroom! What a gorgeous post!

quintessence said...

Classic AND comfortable - the perfect combination!!

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

I love this project. Michelle did some great work here. So happy this Texas designer was published!

under spanish moss said...

What a beautiful home. The bathtub is fabulous!Adore the blue chairs paired with the other neutral colors.

Sarah Klassen said...

Oh my goodness, the warmth of this home is undescribable — so beautiful... I adore the grand spaces, inside and out that have been created and the comforts that are so carefully considered. And that bathtub — my goodness, it's heavenly!

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