Tuesday, July 26, 2016

A Glamorous Texas Home by Beverly Field

The other day I was going through some old issues of Veranda magazine when this Dallas home, designed by Beverly Field, took my breath away. It is from the January/February 2014 issue, and I cannot wait to share it with you today! The dining room is stunning with its robin's egg blue walls. I also love the red lacquered library, Pierre Frey Toile de Nantes in the guest room, and de Gournay hand painted wall coverings in the master bedroom.

"I wanted to create a magic kingdom for my client, something elegant and glamorous without being pompous. Living in Europe for many years trained my eye in a way the classroom never could. I collected fabulous antique pieces for her and paired them with something unexpected, a dash of something new. It makes it all so much more interesting and personal," said Beverly. Let's take a look inside!









To learn more about this beautiful home, please visit Veranda magazine. Photography by Max Kim-Bee.

5 comments:

  1. Wow...it's stunning, Andrea. Love the art in the living room and the moldings are incredible! Happy Tuesday!

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  2. I remember buying this issue because I liked the house so much. That blue bedroom is to die for, and the hall is stunning, with those giant obelisks.

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  3. I ,too, save old Veranda magazines. When I pick one up and go through them I have to double check the date. The houses and decor are timeless. And beautiful, of course. Bravo of finding this gem.

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  4. Unfortunately, we lost Beverly Field. She passed away a week ago, in her sleep, at age 88.

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