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Bri and Trey Denton live in Dallas and work together through their company, Blue Lotus. Entrepreneurship and creative pursuits run in their family blood. Bri creates the florals and Trey builds the water features and landscapes. It’s a brilliant arrangement and one primarily focused around warm, bright, sunny, and green things. Their home naturally exudes a similar vibe. When I visited them earlier this season (no, these photos were not taken in the Summer time. Try November!), they had just recently welcomed another ray of sunshine into their lives, newborn baby girl Veda. As we roamed around their modern meets floral rustic home, we chatted about everything from being entrepreneurs to plant varieties, chicken coups, and answering emails with a newborn. It was perfectly delightful. Just like Trey and Bri.
Ah! That’s better. I’m feeling a tad warmer already.
Come back tomorrow to learn more about Bri and Trey’s beautiful co-business, their travel adventures, and philosophies on designing a cohesive, happy home.
And to see more from Bri and Trey’s Dallas home, take a look at my Houzz tour of their place HERE.