The glamorous home of Houston’s favorite interior designer, J.Randall Powers has just gone on the market. The stylish home he shares with his partner was featured in the May 2008 issue of Elle Décor. J.Randall, or Randy as he is called by those who know him, is the go-to designer for Houston’s elite. His extraordinary talent encompasses a variety of styles, as can be evidenced in his portfolio. Coincidentally, he designed the home of the Singers, which I featured earlier in the week.
A man after my own heart, symmetry is prevalent in his designs.
I love that the house is washed in white, both on the exterior and the interior. It creates the perfect canvas for Powers’ antiques and impressive art collection, which includes works by Cy Twombly and Peter Sullivan.
I love the eclectic look created by the oversized lantern, Knoll Flat Bar Brno Chairs, and antique console table. The table looks rather intimate in spite of the large room.
Powers blends antique and new pieces together beautifully.
The media room manages to feel sleek and cozy all at once. The Hermès cashmere throws certainly don’t hurt.
The master suite, like the rest of the house, features French white oak floors. Floating the bed is ingenious!
The master bath and perfectly organized closet feature custom cabinetry.