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I nterior designer Julie Hayes has designed interiors for such high-profile Fort Worth clients as art collectors Cami and John Goff. She's also responsible for the vibrantly hued interiors for Dallas boutiques Canary, Cabana, and Clover, owned by Merry Vose. When it comes to interiors, "I'm a complete color person," Hayes says. For the Westover Hills project, she carefully balanced the couple's seemingly opposite preferences — the husband wanted lots of color, while the wife wanted lots of white. "Basically, we created clean white spaces with jolts of color," Hayes says. The designer focused on a narrow palette to unify each room — chartreuse, orange, and lemon yellow, three of the wife's favorite colors. "It was so much fun, because chartreuse is such a departure from anybody else's favorite color, and I never get to use it," says Hayes, who swathed the dining-room windows in yards of chartreuse wool gabardine and laid a custom-dyed chartreuse mohair rug underfoot. She enveloped a guest bedroom in orange, including a velvet bed, custom-colored rug, and chairs and ottomans covered in an orange-and-white print. A stylish sunken bar makes a nod to Rat Pack- era Palm Springs with an array of lemon-yellow Tulip chairs and stools, designed in 1965 by Pierre Paulin. For the family room, Hayes chose a lemon-yellow Eames Womb chair and ottoman and designed a custom rug that incorporates chartreuse, orange, and other hues used in adjoining rooms. She mixed vintage and antique pieces with custom furniture and THE DESIGNER FOCUSED ON A NARROW PALETTE TO UNIFY EACH ROOM — CHARTREUSE, ORANGE, AND LEMON YELLOW. A glimpse of the dining room through courtyard windows. Opposite page, top: A long gallery with views outside unites the kitchen and family room. Rectangular cedar elements on the ceiling were designed by architect Weldon Turner to create warm visual interest. Opposite page, bottom: The sunken bar was designed by architect Weldon Turner. Stools by Pierre Paulin from Scott + Cooner. Sconces flanking the window are vintage from Paris. Chandelier from David Sutherland Showroom. 110

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