If you’ve followed along for a while, you know I love historic homes that are given a modern update. In particular those that honor the age and authenticity of the home. It’s easy to give a space a complete modern makeover. But to celebrate it’s past by incorporating historical elements into a modern esthetic is much more challenging.
It’s been a month since George Floyd was murdered. And while we still have miles and miles to go, I am hopeful. The world feels a little different and the movement feels stronger and deeper than it ever has.
I like so many of you I have spent the last few weeks reading, learning and reflecting. In my exploration I’ve come across a number of captivating black designers and creators that I’d like to share with you. Although I’m not entirely sure what change looks like, I know I want to be a part of it. I hope you enjoy.
This weeks Inspired Interiors feature is a stunning home makeover in Texas. Outdated wallpaper, closed off spaces, drop ceilings, and old can lighting were replaced with an open concept floor plan and modern accents. Creating the illusion of much more volume and space, while making the home more conducive to how we live in 2020.