Impressive Retro Home Decor with Sleek Update

exterior white brick wall Impressive Retro Home Decor with Sleek Update

To update and clarify to an impressive retro home décor, this 1960s house which is located in Houston, both of architect Ray Booth of Elizabeth Kennedy and McAlpine balanced its original aesthetic with the charm of a contemporary look. Booth tweaked the façade of the ’60s in white brick with shutters in new vertical display and added front door of steel gated and also custom lantern. It’s a glance depiction of this Houston retro home décor. In the foyer, you will see an antique bench which is placed against a stunning custom screen. This furniture has a cushioned base with white upholstery and carved wooden legs. The screen becomes a captivating background in Briarwood in Benjamin Moore. In addition, the screen also has a function as a partition that separates this foyer with other rooms in this retro home décor.

retro home foyer Impressive Retro Home Decor with Sleek Update

In front of the bench, still around the foyer area, there is a stunning stair help the homeowners to reach the upstairs. Booth established a new openness of this retro home décor around the foyer where he removed carpeted treads and updated the original window treatment and risers from the steel staircase by replacing them with “floaters” of stone. The bench and chair in Chippendale-style came from the client’s of the previous home. In the serene living room with a neutral backdrop, you will see a custom cocktail table of McAlpine joins elegantly with club chairs and sofa by Joseph Company. You will also see an armchair with tall back from Lee Industries. The L-shaped window treatment is covered by elegant curtains in subtle beige in a fabric of Rogers & Goffigon while the cowhide rug that covers the floor surface is by Edelman Leather. Let’s see the simplicity in the dining room.

retro dining room Impressive Retro Home Decor with Sleek Update

The retro home décor has an elegant dining room with round dining table by Bradley while the McAlpine chairs for Lee Industries are coated in linen blend of Rogers & Goffigon. The corner window is covered in elegant gray fabric of Holly Hunt. Nearby the corner wall, there is a stunning wall mural but I can’t see clearly what figure or image it is. Next, to the window, there is an elegant sofa in black with some cushioned cushions that will allow you to enjoy your leisure time. It is such a modest dining room with stunning furnishings. Those are some impressive rooms include the living room and also the dining room in the retro home décor. See you next time!


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