A mid-century modern style home gets a stunning makeover in Dallas


This mid-century modern style home was renovated to reflect a casual yet elegant living environment by Tracy Hardenburg Designs, located in Dallas, Texas. Highlights to this light-filled home include a soaring 30-foot high ceiling in the living room with a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace flanked by hanging hoop chairs.

The initial plans called for a kitchen and main bathroom renovation, which was expanded to include three additional bathrooms and two guest bedrooms. The designer also encouraged the homeowner to trust her vision when it came to the kitchen — a dark and moody space that is now one of his favorite rooms in the home. Continue below to see the rest of this home tour…

DESIGN DETAILS: INTERIOR DESIGN Tracy Hardenburg Designs HOME BUILDER Hudson Construction Group LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Verdant Grounds


What We Love: This mid-century modern style home offers one-a-kind aesthetics with its customized furnishings and playful details throughout. The designer did a fabulous job of reimagining living spaces with the dark and dramatic kitchen and sophisticated interior styling for both living and entertaining. We are especially loving the elegant yet inviting living room with its cool brick fireplace and beautiful hanging chairs.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design details of this home? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments, we love reading your feedback!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other fascinating home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of Texas: Mid-century modern home offers fresh and inspiring details in Austin and Gorgeous Texas Hill Country Modern Home on Cat Mountain.



Above: Custom cabinetry is painted in Tricorn Black SW 6258 – Sherwin-Williams to create a dark and moody kitchen. The countertops are custom concrete design countertops by Sarché Concrete Design. The backsplash features Savoy classic field tile in bronze from Ann Sacks. The tile is made up of 21% pre-consumer recycled content, 22% clay, and 57% feldspar. The Nichols Stool by Marmol Radziner is sourced from McGuire Furniture. Above the island is the Talisman 14 Pendant from Apparatus.


Above: In the dining room, the Canal table is designed by Patricia Urquiola for Riva 1920. The artwork is by Katrine Hildebrandt – GUT Gallery. The window treatments are the Thomas Callaway | Left Bank – Holland & Sherry.





Above: In the great room,  swivel chairs were custom-designed to compliment an existing sofa. Grounding this space, a patterned area rug sourced from Carol Piper Rugs.


Above: The walls in the bar area are covered in wallpaper by Elitis. The custom shelving is by Neovations while the pendant light is by Apparatus. On the wall, the painting is by artist Gregg Coker from the Craighead Green Gallery.


Above: In the main bedroom, the custom bed is covered in luxurious textiles — Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca. Flanking either side of the bed, the table lamps are by Lawson-Fenning. In front of the bed, a cozy sitting area features a side table by Laura Lee Clark, chairs by STAHL BAND covered in Mélange Wool Bouclé from Holland & Sherry. The ottoman is fabricated in Taipan suede leather by StudioArt, from Donghia. Adding texture and warmth to the wood floor is an area rug from Farzin Rugs. Illuminating from above is the Linea Chandelier from STAHL BAND.


Above: In the main bathroom, the walnut custom cabinetry is topped with stone from Aria Stone Gallery. On the floors, Liaison by Kelly Wearstler | ANN SACKS Tile & Stone. The vanity chair is from The Kara Mann Collection | Baker Furniture. The wall scones on either side of the mirrors are from The Urban Electric Co. On the wall, the artwork is by David Bates from Arthur Roger Gallery.







Above: In the game room, the window treatments are the TROCADERO – “Left Bank Collection”, Thomas Callaway Pattern Works for Holland & Sherry.


Above: The designer selected a custom fabricated bench by Neovations. The artwork above the bench is by Kelli Vance, procured at Cris Worley Fine Arts.



Above: Connecting indoors with the outdoors is this spacious covered porch, perfect for entertaining. Stylish furnishings include a modular sofa and a driftwood ottoman — JANUS et Cie.


Above: Surrounded by woods, this inviting outdoor dining area features a table and chairs from JANUS et Cie.




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2 years ago

Perfect example of how black cabinets absorb every bit of light from a room.