I’m starting the week with a home tour sure to get you to look twice! Today we’re entering the stylish, yet delightfully eccentric world of artist Meghan Jones of Dallas, TX. Thanks for giving Interiors by Jacquin a look inside your home, Meghan!
Now without further ado, I present Meghan Jones…
Art has always been a huge part of my world and one of my greatest passions. The goal of my art is to share and express aspects of myself and my life. Over the years living in both California and Texas, my artistic direction has grown to exhibit a West Coast, hip yet-sophisticated style combined with the rugged and natural flair of the great State of Texas. I am inspired by pop art and culture, fashion and anything that is risqué, provocative or slightly over the line.
Meghan on art & decorating…
Take a look at this awesome DIY feature-wall Meghan created with pages from vintage books (above)…
Meghan’s favorites… this work of art & these fab shoes!
And as for my personal style, If Jackie O and Penny Lane (the fictional haracter from Almost Famous) had a love child- that would be my personal style. Refined but unpretentious. My favorite blogger right now is Christine Andrew of Hello Fashion.
Fun Fact about Meghan…
Meghan’s perfect day…
photos are by Lisa Aceves, All
clothes are from Movida (@movidaboutique), Shoes are by Gucci.
Decorating Takeaways from Meghan’s Home:
- Be bold in decorating! Let your home reflect YOU!
- Create your own DIY doormat like Meghan has done in her home and like I mentioned in my recent post here. Such an easy way to personalize your home!
- Paint a feature accent wall! Meghan has 3 fantastic accent walls in her home. This will make your home really stand out! For Meghan’s painted accent wall she uses Ralph Lauren’s “British Racing Green” paint at her home’s entrance and she painted a chevron pattern above her fireplace. Don’t get stuck in the white wall rut!
- Add a touch of vintage flair DIY-style by decorating with pages from reclaimed and vintage books. Meghan creates a fantastic feature wall covered in pages from the first edition of “The Scarlett Letter” and a vintage book on etiquette. However, any old looking books from a thrift store will give you the same fabulous effect by tearing out the pages and creating a wall collage. Be sure to share a photo with Interiors by Jacquin if you try this DIY vintage book wall at home!
- Own your personal style and enjoy decorating your home!