Our Client’s Home featured in Elle Decor

I am so excited to share a new project we recently completed for our clients in the Southampton neighborhood in Houston! Elle Decor published the home on their website and wrote the nicest article about this very special project. Our clients are lovely and this house, built in the 1930s had great bones which reminded me a bit of the architecture you’d see in a Parisian apartment why the great moldings and herringbone floors in the living room.

Head over to Elle Decor for more details on the story of how this project came to be as well as some product information. Have a wonderful weekend!

{Photography by Kerry Kirk}

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  1. I have followed your blog for many years watching you and your company grow. I admire your design SENSIBILITIES but most of all I admire your BUSINESS INTEGRITY. This project is SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL ENCOMPASSING many of the newer ideas. You are truly talented!

  2. I love the fresh and unexpected design pieces you use. I was looking to get a chandelier similar to one I saw on domino that you did called a traditional texas home in 2014. Is that light fixture one that you could share the name of? It was two toned black and gold with waves in a circle and candles coming up. Thank you for any help!