In part two of Homepolish designer Erika Yeaman's Dallas home, we explore the bedrooms and bathrooms. They continue to have plenty of that Texan charm.
Photos by Cody Ulrich.
Earlier in the week, we covered the communal areas of Homepolish designer Dallas home (read: the living room, den, kitchen, and dining room). Sometimes a home is simply so jam-packed with beautiful design that we have to split the story into two parts. After all, you can’t have too much of a good thing.‘s
So we continue on today to explore the bedrooms and bathrooms. Similar to the rest of the home, the bones of the space are midcentury Scandinavian, clean and streamlined, but it’s met with a distinctly Texan charm. Natural woods meet rich textures and saturated colors.
It’s difficult to choose a favorite moment. Is it the pom-pom canopy in one of the kid’s rooms? (Not to mention the swing chair in that same room.) Or the inventive use of wallpaper on the ceiling (should we say ceilingpaper?)? And heaven knows we could spend ages in the guest bathroom which is covered head-to-toe in an Art Deco wallpaper. And that clawfoot tub in the master bath? That is the literal definition of #goals.
See it all in the slideshow, and see the feature on Elle Decor!