This Architect's White Rock Lake Bungalow Blends the Warmth of the South With Clean-Lined Modernism

This Architect's White Rock Lake Bungalow Blends the Warmth of the South With Clean-Lined Modernism

This Architect’s White Rock Lake Bungalow Blends the Warmth of the South With Clean-Lined Modernism Bentley Tibbs' Hushed Home is Filled With Natural Light and Simple Materials Bentley Tibbs tending his rose garden. (Photo by Pär Bengtsson) A zinc-paneled portal frames a view into the dining room. On an antique chest, light illuminates a clay vessel, topped with a Kingfisher bird, made by McCarty's Pottery in Merigold, Mississippi. (Photo by Pär Bengtsson) From the dining room, an enfilade of rooms is framed by doorways. The 350-year-old French table is from Goodchilds Inc. Vintage Saarinen chairs from Collage 20th Century Classics. Skirted consoles designed by Alice Cottrell. Artworks by New York City artist Mary Temple, purchased at the Dallas Art Fair. (Photo by Pär Bengtsson) Bentley Tibbs and interior designer Kay Harris designed the main room's blue sofa and chairs. Bruno Mathsson 1950s daybed and 20th-century chrome table, both from Collage 20th Century Classics. Portrait by Dallas artist Riley Holloway and landscape by Mississippi artist Miles Cleveland Goodwin from Valley House Gallery. Painting at left by Sarah Williams from Talley Dunn …
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