Brooklyn moves to Texas

Moving from Williamsburg, Brooklyn back to her native Houston, this young professional wanted an interior that would mimic the eclectic feel and energy that she was leaving behind in New York. This cozy apartment essentially has only two rooms: a Kitchen / Dining / Living space, and a Bedroom. While working remotely with the client, Laura implemented creative space planning that allowed the living space to feel cohesive, but not overcrowded.  Collaboratively selecting items from vintage sources, as well as more mainstream retailers, lends a collected feel to the interior. 

 

The layout of my apartment was a challenge to furnish, but Laura was able to create a unique furniture plan that I never could have dreamt up. She also sourced interesting, one-of-a-kind pieces to fill the space, keeping in mind my taste, preferences, and budget.
— Amanda, client

Images provided by Studio Raheel