The ability to transform seemingly wasted spaces into functional and captivating spatial qualities is a sign of good design. This home in Piney Point Village, Texas, was expertly renovated by design firm Contour Interior Design with an emphasis on preserving the original architecture. “The two previous owners of this home filed for bankruptcy, but no one wanted to buy it because of its very unattractive curb appeal. The interior was dated and dark,” the company’s creative said. Director Nina Magon says. She and her team took on the challenge of transforming her expansive 10,487 square foot home into an ideal and comfortable home for its owners.
old and new
Redefining a space with a modern touch while respecting old existing elements requires a sensitive approach to design. Therefore, Magon worked with his team to meticulously detail every aspect of the project. “We wanted to update the house in a modern way, but our main focus was to enhance the beauty of the original architecture and modernize it for today’s times, in a forward-thinking way. This was to be done, and this would be understood by all.” Original columns, paneling, fireplace mantel in the living room, plant and fireplace mantel in the office, trim throughout the house, and arched The windows were left in the house, but they were repurposed and made even stronger. ” Magon elaborates.
The first floor consists of the kitchen, lounge area, patio with outdoor kitchen, living room, family room, formal dining room, guest room, den/study, master suite, and garage and other service areas. Upstairs you’ll find a son’s bedroom, a daughter’s bedroom, two guest bedrooms, a game room, a meditation room, and a gym.