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Mid-century home gets a fresh and inviting transformation in Texas

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This mid-century home renovated by Austin Design Group in collaboration with Jennifer Garner Interiors is located in Highland Park, a town in central Dallas County, Texas. Built in the 1950’s, this home offered a fantastic location and view yet needed a major update. The last time this home had been renovated was in the 1990’s, so the project team opted to gut this home down to the studs. After the transformation, this home boasts an open flowing plan with fresh modern finishes. 

To bring this home up to date, the designers employed mixes of natural stone, warm wood floors and neutral tones throughout the interiors. Furniture selections are a mix of clean modern, organic forms, and unique antiques for a curated feel that expresses the homeowner’s personality. Custom rugs, window treatments, and commissioned art helps to make this magnificent home feel one-of-a-kind.

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Above: The sofa is from BB Italia. Grounding the space is a custom made wool area rug called Halo by an Austin-based company, Black Sheep Unique.

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What We Love: This mid-century home features a bright and airy new interior layout with stylish furnishings and complimentary accessories. We are especially loving the clean lines of the kitchen and the fabulous treetop views framed from the upstairs home office… Readers, please share what details in this mid-century home caught your eye and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look below for the “Related” tags for more fabulous home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the interior designer’s of this project, Jennifer Garner Interiors.

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Above: In the kitchen, the backsplash tile is a cement tile by a company called Arto Brick. The size is 2″x8″, color Early Gray. Pattern is a random broken joint. Grout color is from Custom Building Products #386 Oyster Gray. The countertop is a natural quartzite called Dolce Vida. The material is durable like granite, but veined like a marble. Cabinets are painted in Sherwin Williams SW7035 Aesthetic White, Semi-Gloss. Island dimensions: 54″ x 90″.

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Above: In this stylish mid-century family room, the Swoop Media cabinet is from Global Views. The flooring is an engineered European White Oak from Du Chateau, color Danube. Wallcovering is from Schumacher, Modern Trellis, Charcoal Metallic. The wall paint is Sherwin Williams SW7043 Worldly Gray.

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Above: The timeworn leather sofa was a piece the homeowner’s already had, however you can find similar from Four Hands Home. The drapery/accent pillow fabric is Robert Allen, Dwell Studio, Ming Dragon, Midnight. 

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Above: The area rug is from Black Sheep Unique in Austin, TX – from Wool & Silk – Oceania, Dark Blue.

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Above: The wall paint in the entry foyer is Sherwin Williams SW7044 Amazing Gray.

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Above: The mirror is the Cassandra Mirror from Horchow, while the console table is the Interlude Tarakan Rustic Lodge Natural Teak Root Console Table.

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Above: The fireplace screen in the dining room is the Venn Circles Fireplace Screen from Horchow. The light fixture above the dining table is the Arteriors Auburn Antique Brass Chandlier.

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Above: The walls are Sherwin Williams Amazing Gray SW7044, while the trim is Sherwin Williams Aesthetic White SW7035. 

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Above: In the bathroom, the floor tile is from Alkusari Stone, it’s their Lagos Azul Limestone.

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Photos: Michael Hunter

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Pam Lee

That armadillo!!!