A gorgeous midcentury inspired home in Dallas with indoor outdoor living


This striking midcentury inspired home was designed by Ryan Street Architects in collaboration with interior designer Meredith McBrearty, located in Greenway Parks, a leafy neighborhood in north Dallas, Texas. This sophisticated home was designed for a young family with three kids. The owners requested their home to serve as a backdrop for their impressive art collection.

The man of the home had spent most of his youth in New Orleans, which inspired this home’s selection of artwork — sourced from New Orleans-based artists, including the likes of Jose Maria Cundin and Ida Kohlmeyer. Continue below to see the rest of this stunning home tour…

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT Ryan Street Architects BUILDER Ellerman Homes INTERIOR DESIGNER Meredith McBrearty LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT The Garden Design Studio STYLIST Eleanor Roper


Above: In the living room, a contemporary abstract is by Louisiana artist José-María Cundin. The sofa is by Joseph Jeup, and the pair of armchairs were sourced from B&B Italia. The blackened walnut slab coffee table was custom designed by New York furniture maker Rob Pluhowski.


What We Love: Architecturally clean with simple, sophisticated lines, this midcentury-inspired home was designed around a family’s desire to be surrounded by nature. This home features a strong emphasis on indoor-outdoor living, which can be seen throughout. The heavy use of wood brings warmth to an otherwise contemporary interior. Overall, we are loving every detail in this absolutely stunning home.

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Note: Be sure to check out a couple of other spectacular home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign in the state of Texas: Step inside an inviting modern home with sophisticated styling in Texas and Gorgeous ranch-style home inspired by the legendary west Texas sky.


Above: This gridded walnut-paneled bar is perfect for entertaining. Glazed ebony backsplash tiles provide a visually striking focal point. The wall-mounted light fixtures and the swivel stools are by Holly Hunt.


Above: Walls of dry-stack gray Lueders limestone can be found throughout this spectacular family home.


Above: The countertops of this kitchen are leathered quartzite, while the backsplash tiles are glazed Moroccan tilework from Clé tile. Hovering above the island are striking blown-glass pendant lights by MoMA alum Alison Berger.


Above: In the kitchen, the quilted leather barstools are by Studio Piet Boon. On the ceiling, planks of honey-hued Douglas fir help to infuse warmth into this contemporary home.


Above: A flower-filled kitchen pantry is bright and airy courtesy of a large window in this space. The cabinetry hardware is from Top Knobs.



Above: In the powder bathroom, the walls are floating custom vanity is travertine stone by Ann Sacks. The vanity is built by Sawkille Co.




Above: In the primary bedroom, the walnut bed was custom fabricated by New York-based furniture maker Rob Pluhowski. The nightstands have iPhone chargers in the drawers. The wallcovering behind the bed was inspired by the mountain ridges of Southern California, sourced from Fromental.




Above: This spa-like bathroom features a sunken undermount tub from MTI. There is also an outdoor shower garden.



One of the defining elements of this dwelling is an emphasis on indoor-outdoor living. Expanses of steel-framed glass draws in natural light and views. From this family room, walls of glass fold away to allow for free-flowing access to a covered patio, fire pit, swimming pool, and beautiful landscaping.


Above: The outdoor lounge chairs are from Sutherland, while the cushion fabric is by Perennials.


Above: Next to the swimming pool, the unique chairs are vintage Willy Guhl loop chairs.


PHOTOGRAPHER Douglas Friedman

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