Three Texas Stars hold handbags harking back to the couple's Stay in the Lonestar State .
Donald greets you first thing, a relic from Katy's father's arcade/kiddie ride business. The etched mirror is a piece by her sister Ashley, a successful artist in Utah.
The curved couch echoes the none-ninety-degree floor plan
From Beethoven to Wagner, vintage records play a supporting role to an original Kurt Knudsen lamp.
The charm of the photo wall is in the mismatched frames.
The fireplace was custom done with tiny green glass tiles.
The "Florida Room"/ Playroom
Hollow glass bricks as little banks for the babes' bucks.
The home is filled with original artwork from family members. This is a hooked wool rug by Rebecca Knudsen, the Dill Girls' Grandmother and hangs in the rounded dining room.
A Katy original. All handmade, she watches over the dainty diners.
With little storage space, luckily the Dills have beautiful dishes that look perfectly at home out in the open, right in the dining room. Notice the whimsical trim on the walls.
Coat hooks in the breakfast nook.
She sees sea shells above the toilet seat.
I forgot to ask her where she got the barrel for this beside table. Perfect!
This great vintage chair was found at an estate sale. I love the visible grain of the velvet upholstery.
more original artwork and craftsmanship.
Thanks for opening your doors for me, sis!