Since 2006, Dallas interior designer and design expert Barbara Gilbert has traveled the nation researching and designing stunning spaces for both residential and commercial customers. As founder of Barbara Gilbert Interiors and creator of Design in a Binder™, Barbara has taken on a spectrum of projects that include residential homes, apartment complexes, senior living centers, and commercial offices. Her work has been recognized by various publications and she has been a guest speaker for television and radio programs that include Good morning Texas and House Talk Today. Barbara’s ability to integrate color and new details in her renovations, along with her warm professionalism, has earned her the accolades of her clients.
From a transformed wine cellar to kitchens with character, Barbara has given the following spaces personality reflecting the needs and lifestyles of her clients. Stroll around and let us know which is your favorite interior!
This tub is surely a luxurious design. The free standing bathtub features a marble deck and mosaic tiling on the sides. Above the tub hangs a gorgeous chandelier that provides an elegant vibe.
Our favorite part of this master bathroom is how everything is kept cohesive throughout the design. From the mosaic tiles on the shower to the curvatures of the sink, every aspect was taken into consideration.
Both elegant and comfortable, this room features original artwork by a Santa Fe artist which was the basis for the color palette chose for the room.
A red accent wall and aqua dining table gives this neutral room just the right combination of color.
This dining room design is kept elegant with a dark wood dining set and dresser yet kept inviting with soft salmon and teal hues on the dining chairs.
Upon walking in, the dramatic red kitchen island instantly draws attention and provides visual interest.
Renovated cabinets optimize the space, while giving the cabinets a “customized furniture” look.
Once a bedroom, this wine cellar now holds aged bottles of spirits.
Vivid pops of red-orange hues brighten up this transitional kitchen.
The dining room includes a variety of wooden finishes and appealing, bright paintings alongside weathered furnishings.
A cheerful ray of sunshine rushes into the room to highlight the intricate traditional rug and leather sofas.
Classic details complement the beautiful wood and marble floor placed on the winding staircase.
The old world Tuscan feel blends with the transitional ambiance to provide the owners with a European villa experience.
Once again, we want to congratulate Barbara Gilbert Interiors and thank them for sharing their timeless, beautiful interiors with us! Visit their portfolio to see more of their fantastic work!