Bodron+Fruit, Inc.

Interior designer Mil Bodron joined architect Svend Fruit to form Bodron+Fruit in 1998. Since then, Fruits understated, minimalist structures, fixed in natural contexts, have combined with Bodrons elegantly placed, perfectly scaled interior compositions in new and reconstructed homes nationwide.
Bodron+Fruit takes a holistic approach to designing spaces, from structure to interiors to the furniture housed within. Their work embraces the understated ethos of Modernism with a few tactical points of drama.

Strait Lane

Restored Philip Johnson living room, featuring vintage modern furnishings, soapstone fireplace, matte cream lacquered walls and neutral cashmere rug.

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Turtle Creek High-Rise - Living Room

High-rise living room featuring classical French and current modern furniture balanced in place.

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Pool Cabana

Cabana house and landscape, incorporating simple, linear, poured-in-place concrete roof and columns.

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Fort Worth

New home cut into limestone slope overlooking downtown. Copper roof and mahogany windows with banded mullions capture the northern light.

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Wildwood

New home set in wooded acreage, surrounds a simple, private courtyard accessible through pocketed sliding doors.

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Bluffview - Living Room

Divided courtyard-living room with limestone fireplace, walnut floors, teak cabinetry and open, naturally lit floor plan.

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Interior designer Mil Bodron joined architect Svend Fruit to form Bodron+Fruit in 1998. Since then, Fruits understated, minimalist structures, fixed in natural contexts, have combined with Bodrons elegantly placed, perfectly scaled interior compositions in new and reconstructed homes nationwide.