Built in the 1940s, the re-imagined historic home has a personality of its own with an Instagram page that highlights the renovation process and the unique finds supplied by Cobb’s stores.
Named the “Flea Style Bungalow,” the home is situated on a quarter-acre lot at 1409 Bluebonnet Dr. — just minutes from downtown and the Stockyards — and is listed for $525,000 by Williams Trew Real Estate.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is 1,867 sqft and offers ample space both inside and outside for entertaining large groups.
Shabby chic style
The Southern California native and former lifestyle editor for The Dallas Morning News took inspiration from her California roots and added a Western twist to the home’s design.
Her style shines throughout the space with patterned wallpaper, vibrant colors, decorative skulls, and hats from Wide Brim.
Other noteworthy features include an expansive and shaded backyard with a fire pit, a small garden, and plenty of space for outdoor dining and entertainment.
Our favorite features
Aside from the eclectic style and vibrant decor, the home features Pinterest-like finishes suitable for any homeowner, regardless of the age and size of the family. Here are just a few that stuck out to us.
- Floor-to-ceiling windows
- Baby pink front door
- Outdoor gravel fire pit
- Pink kitchen backsplash
- Banquette situated in front of large windows
- Laundry room with black tiles
- Vintage telephone shelf
- Wood-burning fireplace
- Coffee bar