100 years old · 1916 · before and after · C.F.A. Voysey · chandelier · cloth wiring · Dallas · dining room · entertaining · family · Highland Park · historic home · home · home renovation · home restoration · lighting fixtures · molding · old home · old house · Park Cities Historic and Preservation Landmark · Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society · patio · plaster · Prairie Style · preservation · renovation · restoration · Texas · Uncategorized · Voysey · wallpaper · wood floors

Dining Room.

Our dining room is essentially untouched, albeit fully rewired. The original over-sized square shape of the room feels intimate and yet accommodates large seated dinner parties.  Situated in the middle of the home, this is an approachable and usable dining room. The original plaster walls, oak floors, moldings, and chandelier lend a sense of grandeur… Continue reading Dining Room.

100 years old · 1916 · addition · American Restoration Tile · butcher block · counter top · Dallas · entertaining · Highland Park · historic home · home · home renovation · home restoration · kitchen · pantry · pocket door · Prairie Style · preservation · renovation · restoration · Texas · tile floors · transom · transom window · Uncategorized · walk in pantry

A Handy Pantry.

I love so many aspects of our home, and the new pantry is at the top of the list. I wanted a walk in pantry to house not only all of our daily dry goods, but also our appliances, baking needs, canned foods, extra condiments, plastic baggies, coolers, and paper towels. I am delighted with… Continue reading A Handy Pantry.

100 years old · 1916 · addition · bar · before and after · cabinetry · cabinetry hardware · Dallas · dining room · entertaining · friends and family · Golem Tile · Highland Park · historic home · home · home renovation · home restoration · old home · old house · Prairie Style · preservation · pulls · renovation · restoration · sisters · soapstone · staircase · Texas · tiled walls · Uncategorized · wine · wine fridge · work in progress

The Bar.

Upon purchase, the “bar” was a bit lacking in character and perhaps even alcohol. It was a small area in the breakfast room, situated between the kitchen and the dining room, more akin to a small butlers pantry than an actual bar. We enjoy our evening cocktails and we love entertaining, so a proper bar… Continue reading The Bar.