A Livable & Luxuriously Vibrant Dallas Home

An unexpected shell-pink ceiling casts flattering reflective light from the Murano chandelier in the dining room. Over the sideboard, a painting by Corinne Bizzle brings more color to the space.

by Lydia Somerville | Photography by Stephen Karlisch

For Amy and Corey Prestidge, the need for change was clear. Their current house, with its lack of square footage, no longer fit their active family of five. In addition, the couple longed for certain rooms with more grown-up appeal in a home that would eventually entice adult children to return and visit. So when they found a house with the right amount of space in the Highland Park neighborhood of Dallas, they called upon the sister team of Kirsten Fitzgibbons and Kelli Ford to imbue the new rooms with modern style. “We had done their previous house,” says Kelli, “so we were thrilled when they contacted us about this house. Amy and Corey have three young children and wanted a house that was practical and livable but also beautiful. This is to be their forever home.”

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