A "Jonathan Adler Meets Justina Blakeney" Style Fort Worth House

A "Jonathan Adler Meets Justina Blakeney" Style Fort Worth House

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Reagen Taylor
May 21, 2017

Name: Shauna Glenn and Jeff Jones
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Size: 4,111 square feet
Years lived in: 2 years, owned

If Alice (of Wonderland) had a house in the 21st century, this is what it would look like. With each room drenched in bright colors and bold patterns, you can't help but feel happy walking around this home. Shauna and Jeff have picked up items from their travels around the world, adding statement pieces to each room to give them character.

Shauna doesn't play by any design rules. "I don't know the rules of home design. I haven't downloaded any How-To books or read Interior Design For Dummies. I just play with color and pattern and different textures and see how it makes the space feel. That's it. That's my secret," she writes on her website.

It's a design philosophy that has led to a home bursting with bright colors, mixed patterns and lots of quirky touches.

Apartment Therapy Survey:

Our Style: Eclectic

Inspiration: Jonathan Adler meets Justina Blakeney

Favorite Element: The neutral backdrop gives permission to do anything

Biggest Challenge: Mixing our two different design styles (my husband's with mine), although I mostly win out.

What friends say: They love all the color and pattern. There is so much going on without being too overwhelming or busy.

Biggest Embarrassment: There are no outlets in the laundry room! How did we miss that when we were designing the house?

Proudest DIY: The touches of original artwork done by yours truly and our kids.

Biggest Indulgence: The drapery fabric and wallpaper

Best Advice: Throw out the rule book. Design the way you feel.

Dream Sources: Jonathan Adler, Anthropologie, Lumens, Design Within Reach

Resources:

PAINT & COLORS
Interior walls — Sherwin-Williams Modern Gray
Interior trim and cabinets — Sherwin-Williams Snowbound
Kitchen island and game room cabinets — Sherwin-Williams Peppercorn

ENTRY
Chandelier — Jonathan Adler
Tapestry — World Market (no longer available)
Chairs — World Market
Rug — Grandin Road
Lamps — HomeGoods
Vases — Anthropologie
Mirror — Pier 1

LIVING ROOM
Rug — Dash & Albert
Navy sofa — West Elm
Tan sofa — Pottery Barn
Coffee table — Wayfair
Barcelona chairs — IFN Modern
Side chair — Anthropologie
Pineapple lamp — Horchow (no longer available)
Red lamps — Horchow (no longer available)
Floor lamp — Jonathan Adler
Sofa pillows — Jonathan Adler, Anthropologie, Joss & Main
Console table — World Market
Vases — West Elm, Jonathan Adler, HomeGoods
Drapes — Custom made at J&D Interiors (fabric is Kravet and Galbraith & Paul)

DINING AREA IN KITCHEN
Rug — Rugs USA (no longer available)
Dining table and bench — Pottery Barn
Wishbone dining chairs — AllModern
Hostess chairs (at ends of dining table) — World Market
Console table — West Elm
Large abstract art above console — Grandin Road (no longer available)
Barstools — CB2

MASTER BEDROOM
Headboard — Custom made
Bedside table — Wisteria
Drapes — Pottery Barn
Chandelier — West Elm

MASTER BATHROOM
Wallpaper — Hygge & West
Round Mirrors — Urban Outfitters
Rectangle mirrors — Pottery Barn
Chandelier — West Elm
Vanity stool — CB2
Table next to tub — Urban Outfitters
Round rug — Serena & Lily
Drapes and hardware — Pottery Barn

Thanks, Shauna and Jeff!


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