This stunning Mediterranean style dream home was designed by architect Wilson Fuqua, with interiors by Theresa Rowe, located in University Park, Texas. The light-filled three-story home was built by Coats Homes, offering Mediterranean architecture with modern accents layered throughout the interiors. Inside this six-bedroom, 6,777 square foot home, you are greeted by a beautiful entry hall with spectacular views through a floating staircase to the backyard.
Throughout the main living spaces you will find white oak hardwood flooring layered with area rugs, delineating the living areas. Downstairs, you will find a beautiful study with a full bathroom. A spacious gourmet kitchen opens to the family room, with a breakfast bar, top-of-the-line stainless appliances, and an expansive butler’s pantry. Throughout, expansive windows—sourced from Lincoln Windows—provides spectacular views of the beautiful grounds and plenty of natural light.
Upstairs features a game room with a full bathroom and a separate sitting room. A fabulous master bedroom suite boasts a lovely sitting room and a beautiful master bathroom with his and her closets. On the third floor, a guest suite offers a full bathroom with a walk-in closet for your overnight visitors. Outside, a large backyard offers plenty of room for a swimming pool and space for children to play!
What We Love: This Mediterranean style home features cozy living spaces filled with inviting furnishings, finishes and dotted with greenery, creating a relaxed vibe. Crisp, clean interiors offers a neutral palette with subtle hints of color to keep this home feeling fresh and natural. There is plenty of inspiration abound in this dream home, we hope you love it as much as we do!
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Above: This stunning home office was painted in Benjamin Moore’s Mineral Alloy.
Above: A bright and airy open plan kitchen features a white marble waterfall island illuminated by industrial hanging light fixtures (source).
Above: In the butler’s pantry, the cabinet color features Benjamin Moore’s Raccoon Fur, which is accented with brass hardware and fittings.
Above: Just off the kitchen is this cozy work space featuring encaustic floor tiles, white cabinetry, brass hardware and a white woven accent chair of linen and natural wood (source).
Above: The wall tile in the bathroom is super unique with its wood-like aesthetic adding a hint of rusticity—sourced from Ann Sacks.
Photos: Nathan Schroder
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