Small Spaces, Big Impact

Reimagined Townhouse in the River Oaks District

Photography by Molly Culver | Design by Marry Patton Design
Location Houston, Texas | Style Transitional Townhouse
Project Goals To create a cohesive, light, and glamorous space.
Inspiration Mix of white, gold, feminine colors, and a sparkling jewel box

Designed Dining // The kitchen was updated with GE Café appliances and white cabinets. Materials and colors are effortlessly mixed with the custom white lacquer and Lucite table in the dining room.

Mirror, Mirror // Mary removed a built-in desk to create a beautiful bar that is adorned with glass shelves and an antiqued mirror glass tile wall.The emerald green mirror by Bungalow 5 pops against the modern Schumacher wallpaper in the powder bath.

Playful Patterns // Floral motifs, glass, metal, and wood, come harmoniously together in this small but mighty living room.

Serene Slumber // Cool, blues, greens, and greys are paired with shades of pink for the perfect feminine touch

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