Make a toy chest My homss: toys & art make merry in a texas home

Make a toy chest A whimsical wall of toys, a hand-painted nursery mural and a chandelier in a hen coop are just a style of the playful nature of this Texas family's area. Brian Gibb of The Public Trust and photographer Misty Keasler are an artistic couple whose up to date but lighthearted family home is constructed on the foundation of their growing art assortment. As part of the art community, Gibb and Keasler are most inspired via recent art and layout, & the realization that artwork enriches existence. With a curated furniture assortment and quirky accessories, every corner of this space shines with colour, art and persona.

Homss at a GlanceWho lives right here: Misty Keasler, Brian Gibb, daughter Sydney (with some other kid at the method), 2 cats and a brood of outdoor chickensLocation: Richardson, TexasSize: 1,700 sq. Toes; 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Lightheartedness and enthusiasm abound in a creative couple's midcentury home for his or her rising family.

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