Chad Dorsey demonstrates how to create a serene home, today you see a beautiful and luxury Dallas home renovation. It’s calm, contemporary, and completely swoon-worthy. Chad Dorsey and his team set out to create spaces that were modern-yet-livable and child-friendly, by re-purposing several pieces that the duo had collected over the last 15 years and adding new finds to complete spaces.
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“They loved the neighborhood, the lot size, and the location – they just wanted to move on from the traditional home they had been in. The short move brought a completely new perspective.”
– Chad Dorsey explains
The dining room Features another Porter Teleo wallcovering, which highlights a found mid-century console and a repurposed dining table and chairs. The ceiling fixture is from Jiun Ho and the carpet is from The Rug Company.
Corten panels used on the fireplace wall in the living room bring the exterior material palette inside. White oak custom shelving with integrated lighting flanks each side of the fireplace, offering display space for travel finds objects. The room has views out to the terrace and the pool beyond.
The entry hall features a Rug Company rug, bleached Cypress ceilings, and a handmade Fuse Lighting fixture. “We mixed these elements with my clients’ Milo Baughman table and a pair of stools which now sit in front of the floor-to-ceiling window looking over the Japanese Maple courtyard,” says Chad Dorsey.
The white floating staircase was custom designed. The integrated rail and open risers allow for interesting light play. “They keep a sitting area under the stairs connected with the rest of the home,” adds Chad Dorsey. “It’s a special space to sit, read and reflect.”
The Kitchen features a reclaimed Chicago brick wall, a Portuguese blue LaCanche Range, and a custom brass cooker hood and backsplash. “Bringing the architecture of the home inside with the use of reclaimed brick from Chicago, adds warmth and makes the home feel less like a new construction house,” says Chad Dorsey.