That Floor…

The January / February issue of Veranda features the Dallas home of designer Kelli Ford.  The house is over the top and I could easily blog about many of the rooms featured.  But what really caught my eye were the floors.  Check out the Missoni inspired bathroom floor….

Kirsten Kelli

It reminds me of this wallpaper.  And in the same home, the gallery hall features a Hicks inspired pattern….

Kirsten Kelli

Pretty spectacular, huh?  And finally,  in another home designed by this amazing duo (sisters Kirsten Fitzgibbons and Kelli Ford)…I am in love with the high gloss black floors.

photography by Max Kim-Bee 

Seriously, all three of these images are killing me.  Love them all.


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    unbelievable, does it show marks and is it slippery? i wonder having a dog

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    I really love the lacquer walls. They would look out of place in my Colonial Revival, but it’s fun to look!

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    LOVE the Missoni floor – you could do that in so many different rooms. What an inspiration.

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    Vickie H.

    Welcome back and Happy New Year to you and yours! Hope your holidays were spectacular! Yes, I loved what I saw of their work in Veranda and like the high gloss black floor in your other shot! If you haven’t been to their store in Highland Park Village, you are due for a treat! Completely lovely! Lock up your checkbook! They have some SERIOUS desirables available for purchase!

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