All in the Family: A Neo-Traditional Dallas House


When homeowners Jenny and Jeff Staubach set out to find a new home for their growing family in Dallas, they turned to Jenny’s sister, interior designer Carrie Hatfield to help them find a house that would suit their needs and style. They eventually found this house in Dallas’ Greenway Parks neighborhood and Carrie got to work designing the interiors. There is a neo-traditional aesthetic throughout the home. You’ll find traditional shapes and elements composed in a modern, fresh way.


 {The white kitchen features plenty of counter space, carrara marble countertops, and brass cabinet hardware.}


{The chic breakfast nook features Holly Hunt fabric on the Roman shades, a custom built-in banquette with low-maintenance Joseph Noble vinyl upholstery, a classic Saarinen Tulip table, and a pair of Turner chairs.}


{The family room is located where the garage used to be. It features a pair of pretty, skirted sofas, antique stools, and a fabulous Milo Baughman burl wood coffee table.}


{I love the beautiful Gracie wallpaper in the dining room. The dining table and chairs were custom made.}


{Carrie also had the buffet custom made when she was unable to find a ready-made piece shallow enough for this spot in the dining room.}


{The master bedroom also features pretty Chinoiserie wallpaper, along with a Dessin Fournir bed, Oly Studio nightstands, and a blue mohair chair from Ceylon et Cie.}


{A pair of Leopard chairs and a modern, marble-clad table create a place to lounge, while ample windows on three sides of the room provide plenty of natural light.}


{This pretty bedroom features Quadrille wallpaper and sweet twin beds.}


{The Greenway Parks home was built in the 1930s.}


{Photography by Stephen Karlisch for D Magazine}

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