Thursday, December 29, 2011

Home tour- A Swedish inspired home in Dallas, Texas!

Once a dark, two-story Georgian house, this home is now flooded in sunlight and filled with pale
European furnishings. This gorgeous home belongs to designer Shannon Bowers of Dallas, Texas. Inspired by colors of nature, the soft color palettes and understated elegance of painted Swedish furniture and light shades of flooring in many European homes, Shannon created a home that is refined yet unpretentious. Let's take a look.













Shannon's home look cohesive and beautiful with the use of a consistent color palette throughout the house. The result is a home that feels cozy, inviting and calming. What are your thoughts? Which room are you most drawn to? Are you a fan of this decorating style?

13 comments:

  1. I'm a fan! Looks like relaxed comfy living to me!

    Sammy ~ Renew Redo

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  2. this is beautiful I have be3come more & more drawn to nordic chic lately

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  3. It looks stunning and I love ALL the furniture, but I'd just need to throw in a couple of comfy sofas and maybe the odd personal touch, so that it doesn't look quite so perfect.

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  4. So light and airy. Love lots of the pieces and think you could incorporate many of them into a different style home. M.

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  5. Beautiful, so calm and inviting, great color palette, thanks for sharing and have a Happy New Year! Janell

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  6. Love what she has done, the pale walls and furniture I love!
    The nursery and bedroom are beautiful!
    Have a lovely New Year Jessie!

    Abigail x

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  7. Very light and bright and so different for Dallas! Lovely tour today, Jessie.

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  8. I'm a total fan of Swedish decor! The light-filled rooms with white walls, floors and furniture appeal to my senses . . .

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  9. Oh! more beautiful pictures for me to be inspired by, thank you for sharing. I was just dropping by to wish you a Happy New Year and to thank you for visiting my place and your lovely comments. I look forward to engaging more with you in 2012. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  10. Love! Did you write this post just for me?! (:

    I used to import Swedish antiques to the US. Did I ever tell you? I had a blast! Might do it again - whem the economy is picking up...

    ox, Mon

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  11. I love the light color palette with the soft pops of color. The rooms look so light and airy!

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  12. I love the pops of color and the fusion of a green and blue combo is calming as well as effective.

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Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you taking the time to share with me your thoughts, ideas and suggestions. Your comments always, always brighten up my day! So, keep them coming. Have a beautiful day!