Fort Worth Dream Home Comes to Life in a Mere Nine Months With eggersmann’s Expertise

When the team at eggersmann Dallas was approached about a whole house design for a new build project in the Fort Worth area, they hit the ground running to meet an ambitious nine month turnaround. Known for its impeccable style, German design and innovative approach, eggersmann brings a well-earned reputation […]

When the team at eggersmann Dallas was approached about a whole house design for a new build project in the Fort Worth area, they hit the ground running to meet an ambitious nine month turnaround.

Known for its impeccable style, German design and innovative approach, eggersmann brings a well-earned reputation for exquisite contemporary, customized cabinetry, storage solutions and state-of-art finishes that begin with hand-drawn renderings specifically created for every room in your house.

All rooted in European design sensibility and a dedication to unmistakable craftsmanship.

The client’s vision for a Southwestern Contemporary-style home originated from her passion or the American Southwest and love for own vacation home located in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Inspired by a simple organic aesthetic, her goal was to create an original environment that is simultaneously luxurious and understated by incorporating a variety of natural materials.

In the homeowner’s own words, “Nothing fussy or high-maintenance.

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Located adjacent to the kitchen, the bar seamlessly blends in with the home’s overall design aesthetic. (Photo by Manny Rodriguez)

Dallas designer Denise McGaha’s knowledge and expertise combined with the beautifully illustrated architectural drawings from Bernbaum/Magadini Architects helped bring the home’s design to life. They worked closely with eggersmann Dallas designer Kegan Wilson, and the project’s homebuilder David Lewis.

“During one of our initial planning meetings — as we were brainstorming and going back and forth on designs, appliances, hardware and finishes — the client stood up, turned around to face our showroom’s kitchen display, pointed and said to all of us, ‘This is what I want. Make it work,’ ” Wilson details.

During a meeting at the showroom a few days later to review designs for the kitchen, office and primary bathroom, McGaha shared with Wilson that she was scheduled to travel with the client just two weeks later to visit the house in Ruidoso for several days.

“She said to me, ‘So, I need the designs and dimensions for every single built-in and cabinet area and a complete list of hardware, finishes, appliances and technology for all 16 rooms in the house ready by then,” Wilson says. “I plan to present every sketch and discuss all items with her while we’re on the plane.

“We just really got to work, and two weeks later — after working around the clock — everything was ready when her assistant stopped by to grab all of the renderings and design recommendations for the 5,400-square foot primary residence and guest house.”

There is meeting the challenge — and then there’s hitting it out of the park with style.

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eggersmann chose these eye-catching pendants to accent the kitchen bar and balance the space. (Photo by Manny Rodriguez)

Ultimately, the client accepted every design touch on her Fort Worth dream house with only a handful of minor changes — a testament to the eggersmann brand and the Dallas’ team’s exceptional attention to detail, expertise and ability to deliver outstanding quality under deadline pressure.

“As I tell my clients,” Wilson says, “beautiful things are always possible.”

Especially with eggersmann on your side.

For more on the eggersmann difference and all the possibilities it brings to the table, check out its full website. For a closer look at the Fort Worth dream house, click thru the photo gallery below. 


https://www.papercitymag.com/home-design/eggersmann-dallas-fort-worth-dream-house-projects/

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