Inside an Exceptional Dallas Home That’s Filled With Antiques and Vibrant Hues

The Highland Park abode is just as colorful as its owner’s children’s clothing brand

A peek inside the dining room.

Connected to the bedroom is Catalina’s home office, a vibrant space that reflects the ethos of her brand. See installed The Colony wallpaper from de Gournay; a print that appears in the lobby of the famed Palm Beach hotel. “I loved working with Sees [Design] because they let me express my feelings that I had for every room,” Catalina says.

Down the hall is a bedroom belonging to two of the couple’s young sons. “We really wanted to focus on the kids’ rooms and not have them be secondary,” he says. The family enjoys gathering for meals in the downstairs dining nook, which boasts an intricate, celestial-themed ceiling and a Paul Ferrante chandelier shaped like a ship, which pays a nod to the Delft tile from Regts Delft Tiles in the kitchen that features similar nautical motifs.

A sunshine yellow seat.

See went colorful in the kitchen but paired the green cabinetry—painted in a mix of Farrow & Ball Breakfast Room Green and Farrow & Ball Calke Green—with more subdued furnishings in the form of counter stools from Hollywood at Home. The family room, which is also part of the kitchen and breakfast room, features a fireplace surround that incorporates the same Delft tile used in the cooking space.

Catalina says that she wants her four sons to “grow up really inspired by art and color and just to feel alive,” and in that, her family craved a home conducive to memory making. She reflects, “I think just living [here] for a couple months, we have achieved that, and it feels very, very amazing.”