You may be surprised that today’s design inspiration flows from newly constructed homes in Houston. The first home on Montrose was built in 2006, and the homes on Berthea were built in 2007 and 2008! Enjoy the feast of white bliss ahead within French, White, and Elegant Houston Home Interiors.
Since the undeniably charming façade of this newly constructed Houston guest house (above) rocked the cover of a Milieu mini mag and my world, I have never stopped thinking about it!
This blog frequently focuses on the rustic side of European country inspired design and French farmhouse beauty, but today it’s all about luxurious fantasy!
White Interior Design Inspiration in a Magnificent Home
Stunning Staircase in a Houston Home
Elegant Kitchen With Bespoke Finishes
Lovely White Timeless Architecture
Elegant Houston Home Interiors: White Interior Design Inspiration
Photos: Greenwood King Properties. The home (built in 2008 by Southampton Homes) is located in the Museum District of Houston at 1115 Berthea Street and boasts a professionally landscaped European-style private courtyard. The white kitchen is one for the books, and also note the living room’s 18th century French fireplace mantel!
For the Love of White Kitchens!
Elegant White French Bedroom
White European Inspired Living Room
Sophisticated Simplicity & White Bliss
Family Room With White & Rustic Antiques
Tone on Tone French Inspired Design
Luxurious White Bathroom
Reclaimed Construction Materials
Did you choose a favorite from these three Houston homes!?! If you care to switch gears and missed my post about rustic white French loveliness, don’t miss it…it’s right here!
Enjoy this glimpse of an apartment with white…it’s another way to approach white interiors on a more humble yet undeniably lovely scale.
Thank you so much for keeping me and the family in your prayers – we truly feel held. I’m happy to report good news for a change: our son seems to be turning the corner. His doctors were not sure if he would require plasma pheresis for weeks or months, but his progress this week was significant…so out came that painful port! What an answer to prayer.
Before it was out, the poor guy couldn’t turn his head without pain. He will require weekly blood work and remain on chemo drugs that shut down his immune system for another month; however, we are hopeful he is on the way to full recovery.
My body is getting acclimated to new prescriptions which are preventing attacks and relieving much of my daily pain. I remain on a very restricted diet so it will take some time to gain weight back. While I wasn’t able to attend the funeral in Chicago with my family (I couldn’t risk exposing myself or our son to germs even though distancing was practiced), I was able to pay my respects virtually with the livestream. It was a beautiful, traditional, dignified mass.
More Renovations Happening
Our son recently bought his first home (about 5 minutes from where we live), and we are helping with renovations since it is pure pleasure for us, and he isn’t well enough to work. While he was in the hospital, my husband began demolishing a few things while I captured video, and it meant so much to our son to see the project progressing. Maybe there will a before/after on the blog!
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