Marie Flanigan Interiors has perfectly designed another project, this time in Houston. The home concept intertwines two related decor styles: traditional and modern. The neutral palette, along with a twist of color in some pieces makes this home absolutely exquisite yet comfortable, which means that is perfect for a family. Join Home and Decoration and get a glimpse of this amazing home.
First off, we would like to present to you the open and full of light Breakfast room. There’s a table by Altura that is paired with chairs by Lee Industries. The cabinet is by Theodore Alexander and the chandelier is by Jonathan Browning.
At the dining area, there’s a dining table by Rose Tarlow Melrose House which is surrounded by vintage chairs from M Naeve, sconces by Bec Brittain, and a custom console by Neal & Company. The chandelier is by John Pomp, and the rug is from Shiir.
In the kitchen of this comfortable home, there are stools by Alfonso Marina which are tucked under the island. The island is topped in quartzite from Aria Stone. The ceiling pendant is from Gregorius Pineo.
In the “hers” bathroom, the hand-molded plaster dogwood branches on the wall above the tub were incorporated as a nod to the client’s upbringing in Connecticut. The chandelier is by Hudson Valley Lighting.
The designers created a niche for the bed to lend a sense of intimacy in such a large room. The nightstands and bench are by Jiun Ho. Fluted plaster walls by Segreto Finishes add texture to space, which is something that Marie Flanigan Interiors idealized.