Sunday, April 17, 2011
-- for Those Seeking Ideas & Inspiration
and for a Local Children's hospital
The Gulf Coast Chapter of American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) tapped 19
of its 18,000 members to help decorate -- for public viewing -- a Regan custom home in a residential community called Sienna Plantation. The home had been open to the public; proceeds from ticket sales benefited the Children's Memorial Hospital.
5,000+ square-foot home built by Regan Custom Homes.
In the post prior to this one, Interior Designer Carla Aston showed us her hip and stylish teen room, a featured space in this Texas Hill Country-inspired showhouse. Read her interview and see the cool retro-mod space that she designed, here.
Here are some favorite rooms:
By Interior Designer Hallie Radcliffe-Canalli.
Hallie wanted to create a Texas Hill Country experience by also incorporating a Spanish Colonial style -- a tribute to days preceding Texas' statehood.
She brought in an old farm table with barley twist legs and matched
it with antique Spanish carved chairs. Of course, it's not Texas without a large painting of Texas longhorns.
This one was created by San Antonio artist Diana M. Hendrix.
Interior Designer Debra Sabrsula selected the large natural orb chandelier.
By Interior Designer Amilee Wendt.
Amilee wanted a strong yet simple office decor that also reflected a certain masculinity.
By Interior Designer Dawn Frazier.
While the "Crabby Red" walls energize the room, the neutral fabrics keep the decor grounded
-- for a busy family wanting and appreciating both style and comfort.
By Interior Designer Mary Lindsey Wilson.
"My design concept is sophisticated yet relaxed and comfortable." She added "found" pieces
to create personal style.
She found the crusty 19th century brackets in Galveston and then worked
with Bill Peck of Peck & Co in Houston to create this one-of-a-kind night table.
By Interior Designer Sharon Staley.
A family-friend gourmet kitchen. Mellowed Benedetti alder cabinetry resembles
the look of furniture. The floor is slate.
The custom glass, slate and stone backsplash picks up the subtle sparkle of quartz
in the granite countertop. The range hood is copper.
By Interior Designers Connie LeFevre and Amanda Lockhart.
The white concrete table on a reclaimed elm base is the striking anchor in this room.
(Even though it is concrete, it's weight matches that of a wooden table, thanks to its special construction.)
by Interior Designer Cris Hosrich.
She wanted to design a contemporary yet rustic mudroom and office combo.
By Interior Designer Pamela Hoffer.
She aimed for a marriage between hill country and industrial chic -- for the bed and bath suite.
She created a warm "cocooning" ambiance and added the white bedding to bring a "crispness"
to the space.
The barrier-free bath meets certain ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements.
The shower, for example, is "curbless" to enable easy wheelchair access.
By Interior Designer Leslie Hasler.
Other participating designers included:
The Lone Star College interior design team in Kingwood, Texas, made their contributions in the utility room.
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GiveAway -- from Denmark!
Details Released on Tuesday, April 19.