Ah yes, I know you wanted a glimpse of the upstairs part of this gorgeous River Oaks ASID Showhouse and I’m here to deliver!
If you didn’t get a chance to attend, I’m here to share some of the beautiful spaces with links to all the designers and builder.
I’m sure all the designers will have more of the professional images up on their websites soon too, so please feel free to link around and check out their work. And forward any questions about items in their spaces to them as well.
I covered some of the hallways and landings in my last post on the first floor of this lovely showhouse, so now I’m heading into the bedrooms.
Some of these photos were professionally photographed by Michael Hunter, as noted under each of his photos. The rest were taken with my trusty iPhone. :-)
First up, the master bedroom, designed by Teena Caldwell of Twenty-Two Fifty Interiors.
She arranged a lovely, soft mix of furnishings that go a long way to making a homeowner feel pampered in this beautiful space.
I love the blue green color with white, it makes for such a soothing, elegant bedroom. A little gilding and brass add some nice accents too.
The master bath was designed by Brooke Bowman of Bowman Design Studio.
Love the cafe curtains there and the pop of color with the green stool. The rug is a nice addition for bringing softness into this tiled space. Makes a homeowner feel pampered, right?
That glamorous light fixture is the perfect accent in the center of the room.
The home office space was so cheery and fun, designed by Cheryl Baker of CDB Interiors.
That wallpaper is everything! All the styling compliments the colorful paper beautifully and that ceiling with the gilded fixture just crowns the room.
When I was at the Influencer Breakfast, all the fashionistas were in here getting pics!
I loved this bedroom, designed by Sherrell Neal of Sherrell Design Studio.
It was all neutral and used a few antiques to create some style and definition in the room. The wall hand painted pattern, by Decorative and Faux Finishes, softened the space and the sweet arrangements showed an elegant sophistication.
I described the whole house to one person recently as a touch on the glam side with some gleam and sparkle. This room, by contrast, was all matte and tone on tone. (I really dig a matte finish and I’m a diehard neutral lover. :-)
This next bedroom was all bright and colorful! How fun!
Designed by Tiffany Montgomery of Torregrossa Interiors, the black and white wallpaper created the perfect backdrop for this bold and bright room. Can’t you just imagine the kind of girl that might love this space?
That’s what custom design is all about…..creating a place that speaks of your personality and style.
Over the garage, there was a separate suite. I can see this space as the perfect place for teens in the house. It’s hip and cool, it would be a great place to have the kids hang out or have a guest stay for awhile.
This fun game room area was designed by Cristina Robinson of Iii Design Group. That rug is so colorful. Perfect for a space like this.
Tucked back behind the game room was a deliciously rich bedroom, designed by Jennifer Barron Interiors. That gorgeous Farrow and Ball color was the perfect foil for the framed Gracie wallpaper and the lovely daybed and pillows.
She actually told me the color when I was in the room and my scattered brain kind of forgot, but I looked it up and it appears to be Studio Green to me. :-)
It’s so handy to have the laundry room on the 2nd floor, next to all the bedrooms, isn’t it?
This one is right off the hall and was designed by Lilly Powell of Kirby and Z Interior Design, complete with art and a fun rug.
3rd Floor Rooms
As you head up to the 3rd floor, the exercise space comes into view.
Designed by Saima Seyar of Elima Designs, this space is perfect for keep you fit. There’s plenty of space to work out and a fun mural to keep you energized.
A secluded media room for some dedicated tv watching is, of course, in order. This room was artfully decorated with some special selections, by Yesely Love of Canaima Design.
The sculptural art piece below, was carefully selected for how sound might reflect off those cavities and pockets. Interesting, no?
Bold, jewel toned accent colors make this space really fun, just like going to your own movie theater.
This guest bedroom, also on the 3rd floor, provides a real sanctuary with layered draperies, pretty fabrics, and comfortable seating.
Designed by Ashley Arter and Tiffany Edwards of Edwards Interiors and Design, it would make anyone feel right at home.
Outdoors And Downstairs Spaces
There are a few spaces I didn’t quite get the photos of when I was there and have since been able to acquire the pro photographer’s shots to add here.
The outdoor space was so gorgeous and had some beautiful furnishings making the patio an extension of the home. It was designed by Roxanne Wimmel of Wimmel Design + Construction. It was a lovely place to dine and relax.
The kitchen, designed by Missy Stewart of Missy Stewart Designs, was the real heart of the home. I captured the clever window treatment in my previous post, but here, you can see how those lovely counterstools and lighting all work together to add a personality to this white kitchen.
We’re not done with this tour yet! We’re back to the front foyer, that was full of people when I was there.
Thanks to the pro photos, I can share this lovely view, created by Talbot Cooley, of Talbot Cooley Interiors, for the entry hall.
There’s so much more to see, I’ve barely scraped the top. You’ll want to buy your tickets and head over there for this final weekend of the ASID Showhouse River Oaks!
Thanks to the professional photographer for sharing his photos with me and the talented and (no doubt) patient builder that worked with the designers to create beautiful rooms for us all to tour.
Photographer - Michael Hunter
Builder - Welch Builders Brokers
Architect - Ryan Gordon of Gordon Partners Design
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See the first floor rooms of this gorgeous showhouse at this link below.