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You’ll have to forgive my simpleton mutterings for today’s Style Story. I’m feeling a little less than competent when faced with the task of editing my words and photos for Joslyn Taylor‘s style story. This one is a “big-un”!
My friend (it makes me immensely happy to call her that), Joslyn, has curated her family home in Dallas, TX with easy elegance, approachable culture, and undeniable style. On the first afternoon (yes, it took two attempts to capture all this gorgeousness!) that I visited the Taylor home, a joyous bustling and humming of activity could be heard around the house. Girlish giggling from her daughters Audrey and Millie, a prowling cat, her husband Bryan arriving home, and visiting parents. Somehow, with my clunky camera and awkward photo-taking, I felt right at home amidst it all.
Joslyn is the market editor at D Home Magazine, a Dallas based shelter publication with high industry respect and stunning interiors! (you can find me blogging for them weekly HERE). Joslyn is also the editor-in-chief of D Moms, another brilliant D Magazine publication. Beyond her impeccable taste, the thing that attracts me to Joslyn the most is her generosity and sincerity. Somehow, I feel as though those lovely characteristics are manifest in a physical way through her welcoming home. It’s warm, inviting, comfortable, generous in it’s beauty, and 100% true to the family’s personality and lifestyle.
It’s hard not to love, isn’t it?