It has been an exciting and busy time here at Ruthie Staalsen Interiors.
The Dallas Decorators Showhouse, sponsored by Traditional Home Magazine has been open for several weeks now here in Southlake! It has been an honor to be amongst the 24 other talented designers from all over the United States, chosen by Traditional Home.
The space I was given was an upstairs hallway separating two bedrooms. It was an amazing space to design because it had so much light and character. I wanted to share with you the before and after photos as well as give a shout out to my sponsors.
The amazing wallpaper donated by https://www.bensoncobb.com
The pillows are by https://www.squarefeathers.com
The colorful runner was purchased from this Etsy shop.
The console table was handcrafted by Stal Timber.
Created from an old beam from a tobacco farm, it is so handsome. This piece is now FOR SALE. You can contact me to get the details.
Thank you to https://www.madegoods.com for the use of this coral piece and the classy floor lamps.
Art was donated by Dallas artist Laura Runge.
The drapery fabric was donated by https://www.jffabrics.com
The amazing hide trim was donated by https://www.brimarinc.com
The drapery hardware was donated by https://designelements.com
These fabulous benches were donated by https://www.stacycoulter.com/
The gorgeous succulent arrangements were donated by http://www.thebotanicalmix.com
The rug is by https://www.worldmarket.com
Being that I was one of the designers from Texas, I decided I had to have some fun boots in my space. My assistant Lesley found these old boots and I painted them all up to match my room! I love how they turned out!
The above photography is by the talented Nathan Schroder.
This is what the boots looked like BEFORE!
Thank you to https://www.arteriors.com for this gorgeous chandelier.
This gorgeous velvet sitting ottoman is FOR SALE and would be perfect for a entry or a large bathroom or closet.
All the items in this part of the hallway were donated by Ruthie Staalsen Interiors.
There is one week left to tour the home. Hope you get a chance to come by!