Monday, June 11, 2012

Bit of Paris in Dallas - Julio Quinones

This month's DHome features designer Julio Quiñones 950 sq. ft apartment. In the article he say's feeling a bit French and the result is a beautiful fresh space with a chic, Parisian feel.
Love how he painted the space above the french doors black. The cabinets are from Ikea. Loving all this yellow - notice the gorgeous stripe banding on the cushion.

For more details about the space, head here. Photography by Nathan Schroder.


Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

You showcase the most fabulous designers. I love the clean chic lines here mixed in with all the French!
Thank you for sharing.
Happy Monday.

Ashley said...

WOW! Who ever thought 950 sq. feet could look so grand!

I'm particularly smitten by that loveseat/bench with the bold yellow stripe. How fabulous.

An Urban Cottage said...

Painting the space above the door IS a really interesting idea to help fill that gap between the casing and drapery rod. So smart.

Henhurst Interiors said...

Yes, this is totally fabulous. Thanks for sharing!

Nancy said...

Beautiful to look at, thanks so much for sharing!

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

This is cool, cool, cool! Great style. The photography is looks so much bigger. Thanks for finding this and, for sharing.

ordinette said...

this interior is really tasty an so elegant. thanks for posting. I am in love with the mirror angle.
laura from Rome

5th and State said...

love your commentary michele and attention to detail. unless mentioned i would not have noticed the black above the french door nor the yellow stripes on the pillow

your the best

therelishedroost said...

REally love this, what a beautiful mix of pieces!! Quite inspirational.

Carla Aston said...

I just love the art and the fabulous color.

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

It is a gorgeous space and I would never guess that it is only 959 sq. feet.

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Love the art and the attention to details.

Emom said...


Leah Moss said...

incredible photography too! I feel a bit more sophisticated just looking at these photos :)


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