• Grasscloth Wallpaper in the Woodlands
    Home Style,  Interior Design

    Grasscloth Wallpaper

    I’m sure it’s not exactly news breaking that wallpaper is back in a big way. It seems like just yesterday, our painting company was spending more time REMOVING wallpaper and retexturing than anything else. Builders loved using wallpaper because it was an easy way to cover flawed walls while adding texture and pattern but as tastes and trends changed, it became very taste specific and eventually, dated. So what’s the trick to selecting a timeless look when using wallpaper? One word: GRASSCLOTH With origins dating back more than two millennia, grasscloth wallpaper has its roots firmly planted in Asian culture. This all-natural decorative covering is created by weaving together natural…

  • Home Style,  Interior Design

    Living Room Redesign

    Fall has finally arrived which means here in Houston, it’s been a cool mid to upper 80’s. Given the fact that the AC in my car went out last week and the parts needed to repair it won’t be in until sometime this week, I’m pretty much living with my head hanging out the sunroof but I’ll take it over the 90+ temps and high humidity we’ve had prior to now. It’s a subtle change but a pleasant one and I’m really looking forward to it cooling down even more now that October has arrived! I’ve been living for the fall colors lately too. Rich jewel tone velvets and soft…

  • Home Style,  Interior Design

    Rustic Dining

    How often do you use your dining room? This is something I always ask during the initial consultation with clients mostly because it’s very much an either or answer. For some people, their dining room is nothing more than a room they walk past on their way to somewhere else in the house. Others love to entertain and their dining area is a focal point in their lives. Personally speaking, when we moved into our previous house, it struck me that there wasn’t a dining room but I really didn’t think I’d miss it. I was SO WRONG. I missed having a dining room so much and often had to…