Furniture is a key element to any room, but sometimes you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for. So when you can’t find the perfect piece, what do you do? Go custom! Our go-to is . They’re experts in crafting quality pieces and we’ve been working with them for years. We first started working with them as Custom Designs under John Greenwood and developed a trusting relationship to create gorgeous pieces for our clients.
Bungalow Mag is a quarterly home magazine created for the vibrant urban lifestyle of Texas. The magazine focuses on interior design in Dallas, Austin and Houston. We love and the way they approach their stories. They offer fresh and very creative content in a unique digital platform. Bungalow Mag publication serves as a definitive resource for interior designers, architects and other design pros, featuring innovative new products, up-and-coming projects, and exclusive design industry news.
We are honored to be included in the magazine for our knowledge of wallpaper, paint and all things color! We really enjoyed their process and are grateful to have been featured in the Winter 2014 issue! Read our feature below or see it on their website .
Before & After photos speak volumes about the importance of interior design. The possibilities of a well planned renovation are boundless and that is what we hope to share with you in this series. No interior is ever ‘hopeless’. Where there is a room there is a way!
It is truly a wonderful feeling to work hard to fulfill our clients’ needs and get this sort of positive feedback. Working with Devi and Duane was a total dream – they have great style and a beautiful home. Their reaction makes everything worth it. We are thrilled they love their finished home and hope that they stay in Houston and that house for many years to come! Thanks, Devi and Duane, for being AWESOME clients!! <3
P.S. Please forgive the cell phone pics – we are getting this house photographed ASAP!
The new windows are IN! Obsidian (aka Black) was definitely the correct choice. IN. LOVE. We are now at the point where Old House begins to be put back together instead of being torn apart so I am feeling good about this!
I am still not thrilled about my brown roof and I think it just has to be changed to black. Dying inside over this. I think its decision time. Black roof. Moving on.