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sneak peek: jill elliott sones of fossil

by anne

lately we’ve been lucky enough to have a handful sneak peeks into the beautiful homes of the team at (don’t miss shay’s incredible place here!). today we’re looking into the dallas of creative director, who works with the collaborative team that works on the brand direction. jill recently got married and the result we see here are the merged styles of jill’s eclectic, quirky tendencies with her husband’s more modern and clean aesthetic. for the two of them their traditional 1945 tudor home provided the perfect contrast for their modern furnishings and vintage collections, and the open floor plan makes it perfect for entertaining and living big in a small space. click for additional, full-sized images., and you can find all our incredible sneak peeks (of all styles) right here. [thanks, jill!]

[above: One of my vintage collections is Russel Wright pottery.  I love the clean lines and muddled color in this set. One of my favorite features of the house –the previous homeowner installed this wide plank, rustic ceiling (in the kitchen).]

CLICK HERE for the rest of Jill’s peek after the jump!



I wanted to create a playful guest bathroom – hence the polka dots and mint green walls.


I love the calm and natural light of our bedroom.  The neutral walls, furniture and charcoal bedding allowed me to convince my husband that the green bird pillow was not too feminine!


I’m always researching and love to print inspiring images as I go.  My office here and at Fossil are consistent in that I have a bulletin board always in progress…


This is my favorite chair in our house.  I have wasted many a night here curled up with my laptop and a glass of wine.  The painting on the mantle is by a biochemist in Dallas who uses her research of atoms and cells as artistic inspiration, weird and beautiful at the same time.


I’m book obsessed – home, design, art, cookbooks – I love them all equally and have worked them in as art to nearly every room.  The black and white painting is the Chicago skyline.  We lived there for a bit, and a friend painted this for us to capture that time in our lives!

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