Eclectic, contemporary, Dallas townhouse filled with art from around the world

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photos courtesy of Redfin.

This contemporary Dallas, Texas townhouse was recently for sale and it features custom millwork, beautiful ironwork on the windows, grand open spaces, brick walls, terrazo floors, beamed ceilings, skylights and lighting that really makes the artwork and eclectic furniture pop.

If you're decorating tastes are more on the eclectic, bohemian, and wordly side, you're going to draw a LOT of inspiration from the interior of this space.

I love how the designer made this sofa look like individual seats using the yellow cushions separated by rolled pillows.
Look how they framed the window with that Moroccan-style wooden frame. That would be an easy home-decor upgrade.
The office space is separated from the bedroom by floor-to-ceiling panels. It really softens up BOTH the spaces.
Also, I'm totally digging this zebra rug.
One day I want to try painting cabinets like that!

What ridiculously impossible real estate porn are YOU gawking these days?

  1. a) Holy crap those rooms are huge!
    b) I've always wondered what a house decorated exclusively from Pier One Imports would look like. I think I may have an idea now 😉

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