Sep
2

Traditional Meets Midcentury Modern in River Oaks Estate

At MFI, we view design as so much more than simply selecting fabrics or
specifying the appropriate dimensions for a custom piece of furniture.
This is a coffee-fueled, do-it-right-or-don’t-do-it-at-all business and we love every minute of it.
Needless to say, when we meet with clients to discuss a design,
we walk away with more than square feet measurements and table top concepts.
We walk away with a piece of their story and our most important notes focus on
the unique needs and desires they have for their home.
From there, we do all we can to bring their dream to life.We recently completed a home in Houston’s beloved River Oaks neighborhood and we are proud to say that it’s been enjoying quite a bit of attention.
Most notably from one of our personal faves, Traditional Home, and their many lovely followers.We couldn’t be more grateful for the love and support,
but do you wanna’ know the real reason why we love this house so much?
Because it makes our clients incredibly happy.
And there’s simply nothing better than that.Enjoy your VIP tour of this gorgeous estate:


Entry/Foyer


Living Room

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Guest Bedroom


Parlor

 


Nursery


Nursery


Powder Bath


Back Patio


Pool Area

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations on receiving such well-deserved recognition! The home looks fresh and sophisticated at the same time. I've enjoyed viewing the home on the Traditional Home website and appreciated the embedded 'source' information there. I noted that the paint colors were not listed. Would you please consider sharing the paint color for the living room; are the ceiling and trim in that room all the same color? Also, I would also appreciate the source for the tryptic on the living room wall. Thank you in advance…and once again congratulations!

  2. marie says:

    Thank you so much for the very kind words of support! The living room paint is Benjamin Moore Floral White and we used it both on the walls and the ceiling. You could find something like the tryptic on the living room wall at Found in Houston. Hope this helps! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Anonymous says:

    What wallpaper did you use for the powder room?