Editor's Note: Today I am wearing Rag & Bone dress with Nine West kitten heels.
As I mentioned yesterday in my blog this month's issue of Veranda inspired me for three different things to blog about. Yesterday I talked about the ads that caught my eye. Today I want to talk about this beautiful home in Dallas designed Michelle Nussbaumer. I loved pouring over every room of her house with her vibrant use of color and the incredible collection of accessories that she called an accumulation of life. My home that I lived in for 26 years was equally as full with accessories from things that I collected and from things that I had inherited from both of my grandmothers. I called it my nest because it had so many memories in it. Here are the gorgeous rooms in this stunning Dallas home it is so full of life, comfort, and beauty!
I love this picture with her dogs. I loved my four legged people that live in my house!
This Living Room is a feast for the eyes!
I love this 19th century English sofa done in fabulous pink and the sassy small chair next to it. I have a thing about interesting chairs!
The bookcase in the back is stunning with the orange interior. It really makes the blue and white pop!
This Custom Chad Newlon Wallpaper on the ceiling adds an incredible element to this room.
I love the wall chairs and the white console against this beautiful blue and Michelle's blue and white collection is outstanding!!
The Chinese day bed in this room is so unique. I love how her fabrics that she used with the mixture of the French antiques next to this daybed. So elected and wonderful!
The bookcases with the art hanging on them is one of my favorite things to do. Books add so much warmth to a room!
What an incredible breakfast room?! I adore all the accessories and the gothic chairs along with the wallpaper on the ceiling.
What a happy place to wake up too!
I love the artwork painted around these antique Wedgewood plates so cool!
Oh what a princess bed! The colors in this room are fantastic!
What a gorgeous setting area in the Master Bedroom with the beautiful marble fireplace. So cozy and wonderful!
Veranda "Bold & Bountiful" Article
Interior Design: Michelle Nussbaumer
Photography: Melanie Acevado
Produced by: Carolyn Englefield
Written by: Rob Brinkley
Steel Magnolia Tip # 24: Be a good listener. If you are a good listener to family and friends--they will reciprocate when you need it!
Dinner last night was a kale and brussels sprouts salad mix from Central Market with chicken breast added on top. It was light and delicious!
This song is one of my favorites from this album! I can't get enough of it!