"Dark & Dreary" are words to describe how this Fort Worth home felt before. These homeowners were tired of feeling in the dark, needed more functional space to entertain and no longer wanted to use their bedroom space as a storage drop zone. The over-sized windows were also a challenge for the couple with an extensive amount of strong light coming in disturbing their sleep. 

The tall ceilings and unique architectural lines of the bedroom are now enhanced with subtle metallic wallpaper and luxurious draperies that traverse for light and sun control. We re-purposed the built-in headboard with a new frame and contrasting wall color, now utilizing it as a focal point and giving it a new life. This oasis is now ready for the homeowners to relax in together after their busy schedules.

The Living Room before wasn't being utilized to it's full potential and this tight knit family needed a space that functioned better for their frequent gatherings. The furniture layout now maximizes seating and draws attention to the fireplace and window focal points. The unique curve of the windows are enhanced with arched window treatments. The extra large coffee tables give plenty of serving space and interesting texture to draw you in. These along with the exposed burlap/leather chairs, southwestern print rug and accessories incorporate the perfect amount of personality to the new entertaining space.

Fort Worth Rustic Abode

Designer: Megan Kranz  | Photography: MTK Design Group

FEATURED IN:

living magazine - Ellis county  front co
Winter 2018 Front Cover - Fort Worth Hom
2018 Fort Worth Home Design Awards Final

Awarded Best Children's Room

2018 FW HOME Design Awards 

Awarded 1st Runner up Living Room

2019 Designer of the Year Awards