Donna's Decked-Out Dallas Domiciles

Interior designer Donna Moss and her team give credence to the notion that everything's bigger in Texas as they undertake dramatic room makeovers in some of the most fabulous homes in the Dallas area.

  • The Campbell Project

    This Dallas residence, home to professional golfer Chad Campbell and his wife, Amy, gets \"the Donna treatment\" with a luxurious upgrade to the home's great room.

  • The Campbell Project, Before

    A focal point in the great room is the fireplace and surrounding wall niches, but these elements appear lost among the open space and high ceiling.

  • The Campbell Project, After

    A magnificent cast-stone fireplace hood, tapestry wall hanging, custom drapes and hand-carved embellishments transform and fill the space, giving it a feeling that is playful and elegant.

  • The Campbell Project

    The wall niches on each side of the fireplace had been strictly functional, housing ordinary recessed shelving and lower cabinets. With assistance from design specialist Nelson Nelson, Donna reimagined the spaces to create these stunning alcoves, complete with carved surrounds and custom lighting.

  • The Campbell Project

    In addition to the decorative framing surrounding the wall niches, furniture designer Nelson Nelson created these custom-carved console tables that serve as bases for the statuaries.

  • The Campbell Project

    Leopard prints, like the one used on these upholstered chairs, are favored by Donna as well as by homeowner Amy Campbell — whose maiden name is Leopard.

  • The Campbell Project

    This striking accent cabinet offers a fitting complement to the bold patterns and color palette that Donna selected for the room.

  • The Cornelius Project

    On the agenda for this house, home of Mary and Ken Cornelius, is a substantial dining room makeover.

  • The Cornelius Project, Before

    Homeowners Mary and Ken love to entertain, but they feel that their current dining room lacks the dazzle they're looking for.

  • The Cornelius Project, After

    Donna utilizes artistic ironwork, custom dining chairs and stylized filigree to give the space a more ornate and welcoming character.

  • The Cornelius Project, Before

    This dining room alcove gets a decorative refresh, as well.

  • The Cornelius Project, After

    A new wall treatment for the alcove is added, picking up on the color in the filigree ceiling. The framed Mona Lisa reproduction is replaced with original art, and the accent pieces are swapped out for new ones to better augment the space.

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