Princeton is a small city located around 50 miles northeast of Dallas with a population of around 7800. Surrounded by the rural Texas countryside, many people in Princeton take their Tex-Western decor seriously.
So when this family decided to decorate, the challenge was to avoid the standard “Western” decor and create a fresher, more updated Western-Chic.
Gray continues to be the perfect neutral for a transitional decor. Here it serves as the backdrop on the walls and repeated again in the furniture and rug.
Vintage art painted by family members are predominantly displayed as a group.
In the dining room, a genuine cow hide serves as a decorative table cloth.
In the kitchen we used irregular subway tiles instead of the smooth ones. It gives the room a more rustic feel. They have a subtle tint of gray that works perfectly with the granite counter tops.
Hope I’ve inspired!