Introducing Project Houston Heights – Part II

December 10, 2017

Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Table Lamp Options

Happy Sunday Y’all! As promised here is Part Two of our Project Houston Heights and in case you missed it, here is Part One. Be sure to check out part one for a full client background and other project details. We recently wrapped up and photographed this project, and will be revealing the final product towards the end of the month. Below you will find Before Photos and Design Concepts for the Dining Room and Family Room.

DINING ROOM

One thing special about this dining room is that it includes not only space for dining, but has a small niche that is perfect for the kids table (sorry, no before photos of the kids nook). Being that the client entertains a lot, we wanted to keep this space functional and fun. The client had a table that worked for them, but it needed a facelift and this pace desperately needed some artwork on the walls along with overall pop of color. 

Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Dining Room Before Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Dining Room Before

The layout doesn’t change much in the dining room, other then adding a rug and a few smaller console tables to either side of the archway leading into the Family room. In the two different concepts I created for this space, we brought in some of that additional color through the rug, artwork and accessories.

 

Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Dining Room Floor PlanTown Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Dining Room Concept 1

Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Dining Room Concept 2

FAMILY ROOM

In the Family Room, we wanted to make this space feel just as special as the rest of the house, but being that this was a room that the family LIVED in on the daily, we needed to be careful with how many light colors we used. Keeping the larger furniture pieces more neutral, we were able to pull in fun patterns and color with the rug, decorative pillows, artwork and accessories. Along the long back wall we wanted to give the family even more storage with a possible IKEA HACK floating credenza. 

Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Family Room Before Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Family Room Before

With these concepts I started by switching up the layout a little, adding some additional seating with a chair in the corner, a table between the two smaller occasional chairs, a good sized coffee table and a bookcase to balance out the media console wall. We wanted the color in this space to be slightly soften then that in the dining room, still having color in pieces like the pillows, artwork and rugs, but with more of a washed or pastel tone that the client loved.

Town Lifestyle and Design || Introducing Project Houston Heights || Family Room Floor Plan

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