I had so much fun covering this home for Houzz.com last week.
With a passion for honoring their midcentury home's history, Mike and Jill Wood decorated it with color and furniture to fit its origins. The house, built in 1962 by Ju-Nel Homes architects Lyle Rowley and Jack Wilson — protégés of Howard Meyer and Frank Lloyd Wright — is one of about 50 that helped to break the ranch-house mold in Dallas. Open floor plans, exposed rafters, natural materials and expansive windows made for a refreshing change for postwar families, and for the Woods. Using locally sourced vintage furniture, Mike and Jill have successfully paid tribute to this home's roots.
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