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Texas residence offers a stunning display of Italian elegance

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This beautiful home is a showcase of Italian elegance designed by Jauregui Aarchitecture Interiors, located right outside of Dallas, Texas. Exquisite in every detail, this home encompasses just of 16,000 square feet of luxurious living space. It was designed, built and furnished in just 20 months.

The project team provided a turnkey service to the homeowners, which included interior design and furnishings. Jauregui also acts as the decorators which allows them to have complete integration with their Architecture and Construction team. They include everything down to the flowers on the table!

Above: The entry door was custom designed by Jauregui and manufactured by Cantera Doors.

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Above: The exterior stone is a custom blend of Chopped Sandstone.

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Above: The niche back is a custom designed faux finish by the Interior Designers of this project who work closely with a talented group of artists. The entry door is custom designed by the Interior Designers to compliment other design elements in the house.

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Above: The wall color in the front foyer is called Mushroom Cap from ICI.

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What We Love: This beautiful home offers exquisite architectural details, furnishings and finishes throughout. This is the ultimate dream home, opulent yet comfortable and inviting. The outdoor living spaces are decadent, from the seating areas to the incredible swimming pool with a built-in slide. So many features to drool over, we are loving this stunning display of Italian elegance… how about you? Please share your thoughts on the design of this home in the Comments!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other amazing home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the talented portfolio of Jauregui Architecture Interiors: Spanish inspired dream home on Lake Conroe and Hill Country modern home offers bold attention to detail on Lake Austin.

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Above: The living room side chairs were designed by Kravet and the coffee table was custom designed by a local Iron specialist.

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Above: In the living room, the display cases flanking either side of the fireplace were custom designed and fabricated by a local custom furniture workshop.

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Above: The side chairs in the living room were purchased from Bolier. The coffee table is from Bausman, custom sized for the space. The painting on the wall is from a local art gallery in Austin called Wally Workman Gallery.

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Above: The kitchen island features the 3800B-6 – Taylor Swivel Bar Stool, from Century Furniture. This floor tile is a tumbled travertine called Troy from Arizona Tile. The ceiling beams are stained. The walls are painted in Mushroom Cap from ICI. The light fixtures are the Corbett Lighting Vertigo Pendant.

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Above: The granite countertops are called Marron Cohiba Polished, one of the architects favorites!

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Above: In the dining room, the dining table is from Marge Carson who designs larger scale furnishings. The dining chairs are designed by Christopher Guy who is a to the trade only manufacturer (an interior designer in your area can help you source these). The area rug, as with most of the rugs in this home, was sourced from a local showroom in Austin, Texas called David Alan. This rug features traditional lines with an overall transitional feeling.

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Above: The Buffet Lamps are by John Richard (JRL-8533) 14″w x 39″h. The buffet is by Theodore Alexander, a to the trade only manufacturer (check with an Interior Designer for a local showroom where it is carried). Behind the buffet is a custom designed, free-hand mural.

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Above: The master bathroom features a whirlpool bathtub, in the Riverbath Collection.

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Above: The bathroom faucet is made by Rubinet.

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Above: The vanity wall features a fun 3D porcelain tile from Walker Zanger.

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Above: In the home office, the beautifully whimsical chandelier is from Van Teal. The pair of chairs set in front of the desk are covered in Bergamo fabric, adding a wow factor to the space. The desk is from Emerson who is a to the trade only manufacturer.

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Above: The flooring is a Marble called Café Noir from Materials Marketing. The designers selected the French Quarter finish for a more rustic edge.

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Above: The ceiling lanterns in the wine cellar are from Currey and Company. The door was custom designed by the architects. The flooring is a mix of honed Dark Emperador marble tile with honed Light Emperador.

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Above: The tile flooring is a mix of travertine stones, in a mix of dark and medium tones to achieve a subtle graphic pattern.

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Above: The exquisite outdoor terrace features Dedon Outdoor Furniture. The furnishings offers high-end style and comfort.

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Above: The coffee table is from Dedon Outdoor Furniture. It comes with a glass insert but the design team decided to put river rocks in place of the insert so the homeowners would not have to worry about cleaning the glass. We love this idea!

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Above: This beautifully designed terrace features the Andalusia Collection designed by Richard Frinier for Century Furniture.

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Photos: Courtesy of JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction

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