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A renovated home in Texas with sophisticated yet family-friendly interiors

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This beautiful ranch home was completely renovated for a family of six by Urbanology Design, located in Bent Tree, a neighborhood in Dallas, Texas. The original home had a wonderful layout yet the owners needed assistance with making their home live more comfortably for their active family. Enlisting the help of a designer, their main request was function and comfort.

They did not want formal living spaces and they admired the farmhouse and rustic elements. The designer sought ways to integrate these details in a way that would be fresh and modern. Interior spaces were given a sophisticated and personalized style, layering in textures with a balance of black and white along with a contrast of sharp lines and big curves. Continue below to see the rest of this home which includes a beautifully designed homeschool classroom above the garage!

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The project entailed a makeover of the main living spaces with the owner’s four young children at the forefront of the design process. An important part of the redesign included transforming a space over the garage into a homeschool area. A bench was added to the home’s front entryway as a place to take off and put on shoes.

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Above: The white oak floors were existing in the home and in good enough shape that they did not require refinishing.

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The goal of this project was to completely furnish the living spaces with comfortable yet chic furnishings. Incorporate functional and stylish built-ins along with additional architectural details. Additionally, the living spaces needed to suit both the family’s lifestyle and personal style.

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What We Love: This wonderful renovated home in Texas is simple yet sophisticated while still being kid-friendly. You can see from the design choices, that the focus is on family, not on a TV in the main living space (instead the TV was placed in the homeschooling room above the garage). Their school space was designed to perfection with everything one could possibly need. We are also loving all of the cozy reading nooks! 

Tell Us: What details of this family-focused, renovated home in Texas do you love most and why in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to check out a couple of other amazing home tours that we have showcased here on One Kindesign in the state of Texas: Step inside this absolutely beautiful home with major curb appeal in Texas and Step inside an inviting modern home with sophisticated styling in Texas.

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Tucked between the family room and the kitchen is this luminous atrium space that overlooks the backyard. Used as a reading nook, a unique shelving unit was custom designed for this space, comprised of white oak with a black accent. Its stepped composition resembles Japanese tansu cabinets.

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Above: The kitchen was revitalized, including new quartz countertops, a custom plaster hood, and removing some of the upper cabinets to create an airier feel with an open shelf. The remaining cabinets were painted black — Greenblack SW 6994 – Sherwin-Williams. V-groove paneling brings character to the wall from the shelf up to the ceiling, a nod to farmhouse style.

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The walls throughout this home are painted in Pure White SW 7005 – Sherwin Williams.

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Above: The open shelving above this built-in buffet station is white oak. The cabinetry hardware features wood handles.

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Above: The homeschool suite is located above the garage, designed for the couple’s four young children. This space is bathed with natural light and features three alcoves for different functions. One features a large table for lessons and projects, while another has a dry-erase board and storage drawers for supplies. A white oak shelving unit has both open and closed storage. Large black doors conceal a television for watching documentaries and educational programs.

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Above: A white oak desk is integrated into a small alcove.

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Above: This alcove space is used as a quiet reading nook. Custom built-ins feature a cozy bench with task lighting.

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Above: This room also includes a custom dry-erase board on wheels with a trio of drawers across the bottom. A large vintage map is affixed to the front of the board and can be rolled up and down as needed.

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Above: The pendant lights above the table are Thomas O’Brien Goodman Pendant Lights by Visual Comfort. On the right, just above the desk is a glass calendar above the white oak shelf.

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PHOTOGRAPHER Matti Gresham Photography

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