We All Want to Live Like This Decadent Dallas Designer

Sacha Strebe

Tucked away in Dallas's Lake Highlands neighborhood, a run-down but historic home was waiting patiently for someone to bring it back to life. With solid bones, an open layout, and an abundance of natural light, the potential for greatness was clear. Thankfully, Tiffany Taylor of Scout Design Studio found the key and unlocked its potential. "The house had me at hello," she told MyDomaine.

When it comes to detail, Taylor's attention didn't slip for a second. Despite many challenges during the home's extensive renovation, the end result is flawless. From the kitchen to the bedroom, each space has been carefully curated with Taylor's finely tuned eye, leaving no glam stone unturned.

Taylor lived by the words of former Vogue editor Diana Vreeland during the design process: "Never fear being vulgar, just boring," and we're so glad she did. "My style is unorthodox and uncomplicated," she said. "I don't play by the rules, and I embrace my passion for offbeat beauty. I'm not a loyalist to any one style; I buy what I love and make it all work together." Ahead, Taylor shares her style notes and stories behind her decorating technique, color scheme, and greatest challenge.

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