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The Element of Surprise The Element of Surprise

It’s a beauty, this house, with its stone French Country exterior and board and batten shutters. Major curb appeal. But step inside and you’re in for something a bit different, a visual feast of modern refinement.

Family Sets New Roots in Sweetwater Family Sets New Roots in Sweetwater

Eight years ago, Naveen and Vimi Arora moved to Houston from Princeton, New Jersey. The move brought Naveen, who is in the field of energy trading, closer to the action, and Vimi, an ER physician, found an opportunity with Memorial Hermann Hospital, which made the transition relatively seamless.

Mad About Modern Mad About Modern

The MA+DS Houston Modern Home Tour, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., will feature a variety of modern residential architecture that punctuates the Houston landscape.

The Dentler Building Receives A Facelift And A New Life The Dentler Building Receives A Facelift And A New Life

One of the highlights of Preservation Houston’s 2017 Good Brick Tour held earlier this year in April was the Dentler Building, a two-story masonry structure built in 1923 by George H. Dentler, whose food and condiments business is particularly remembered locally for Dentler Maid Potato Chips.

Worth the Wait Worth the Wait

In a metropolitan area, especially one like Houston, few neighborhoods can offer families a sense of small town living and few residential spaces are ensconced within a natural setting. Yet just 15 minutes from the Galleria lies Sandalwood, one of Houston’s vintage subdivisions in the heart of Memorial.

A Bayou View A Bayou View

Typically, life’s most significant events are marked by significant changes. In the case of this homeowner, the death of her husband and adjusting to life as a widow in her 80s meant making a big move — not only to a new city, but also into a place considerably smaller than her former home —

Home is Where the Heart Is Home is Where the Heart Is

A Southern Curbside Charmer Puts Out The Welcome Mat

She’s a real southern lady, clad in white, the perfect amalgam of tradition and modernity. If a house could speak, she’d offer you an iced tea and invitation to come in and sit a while.

The Mission to Preserve a Legacy The Mission to Preserve a Legacy

Couple Renovates With History And Nostalgia In Mind
Few homes have a history as intricately woven into the lives of their stewards as Frank and Ali Donnelly’s. Located in an established neighborhood, the home has historical …

Magnificent Seven Magnificent Seven

Large Family’s Eclectic Style Defines Luxury Home
For several years, Mark and Melissa Flores lived in what might be considered a traditional “cookie cutter” suburban family home. Their values and life were structured around what was …

High-Rise With History High-Rise With History

Stylish Remodel Reflects Unique Past
Built in 1963 as luxury apartments and converted to condominiums in 1980, Regency House is one of the first condominium buildings in Houston. The 13-story residential icon is an architectural …

It’s a Ritzy, Glitzy Christmas It’s a Ritzy, Glitzy Christmas

Imperial Sugar Land home serves up sparkles and glitter during 2015 CASA Holiday Home Tour

A Texas Farmhouse in West U A Texas Farmhouse in West U

Modern city dwelling honors tradition

Traditional Indian Concepts Fuse Beautifully with Modern Design Traditional Indian Concepts Fuse Beautifully with Modern Design

Family Of Five Discovers A Perfect Fit In Their Dream Home
When this young couple started their family, they imagined themselves living in a traditional home on a big lot removed a bit from city life …

Legacy, Nostalgia and a Model Train Inspire Meyerland Remodel Legacy, Nostalgia and a Model Train Inspire Meyerland Remodel

Adherence To Family Values And Boyhood Dreams Earns Homeowner A Good Brick Award
Glen Rosenbaum has made a name for himself in Houston in a variety of ways. He is a well-known and highly regarded partner …

West U Made New West U Made New

Couple Transforms An Empty Nest Into A Sophisticated Sanctuary 
In 1995, a couple with strong Houston roots bought a lot in West University and built a two-story brick home. This was a neighborhood they knew and admired; …

Mid-Century Merges with Contemporary Design in River Oaks Mid-Century Merges with Contemporary Design in River Oaks

Architect John Cryer III, FAIA, and Edna Ramos, a retired commercial pilot, met 21 years ago and have been married for 19. John moved to Houston in 1972 after graduation from LSU.

Nestled in the Woods of Memorial Nestled in the Woods of Memorial

Village mayor and first lady share their Bunker Hill home
The Village of Bunker Hill is well-known for its status as one of Houston’s three “Top Suburbs to Live Well” (Forbes.com). Part of a collection of …