Memory Builders had the opportunity to complete this fun and colorful addition and partial remodel in River Oaks, that consisted of adding a guest bedroom with full bath and parlor to the back of the house. We were able to achieve vibrant spaces full of energy with the use of paint, fabric, and mixing patterns in a sophisticated way.
This West University remodel consisted of revamping the kitchen and living spaces by opening up the kitchen to the living area, closing off the stair case opening to the living area, and making cosmetic changes to the cabinetry. The footprint of the kitchen and adjacent breakfast nook remained the same but brightened up with new white quartz countertops, updated cabinet doors, and decorative chrome light fixtures.
This 2520 SF traditional New Orleans style home by Creole Design Architects and interior design by Lamay Designs was one of Memory Builders first custom homes as we started our business operations. The classic colors used on the exterior and traditional lacy ironwork details are impactful and invite you in.
The studio space features French doors that open to the covered outdoor kitchen, painted concrete floors, and a full bathroom with granite countertops. The U-shaped outdoor kitchen has a brick façade with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances.
The u-shape space is anchored by dual 8-foot islands, adding a vibrant blue color to the mostly white color palette. The central island serves as counter space for food prep, and the butcher-block stands out from the rest of the quartz countertops.
It’s every homeowner’s worst nightmare. After a hard day’s work, you and the family are relaxing quietly at home and all of a sudden you hear a loud growling followed by the sounds of clawed feet racing across your property. Raccoons, these nocturnal masked bandits have successfully penetrated your house.
In simpler times, the bathroom was a simple space where one grabbed a quick shower and did some basic grooming before heading out to work. Fast forward to today and this utilitarian area has evolved into a luxurious getaway where one can escape from the stresses of everyday life.
It’s a daunting task. After endless neglect and an “out of sight, out of mind” mentality, that special room in your house that’s been used to store everything from old clothes to “some day I might need that” items must be cleaned out – once and for all! You know that no contractor is going to step foot inside until you’ve de cluttered the entire space from top to bottom.
It’s official – America has fallen in love again with the bathtub! As coronavirus lockdowns eliminate many of our leisurely pursuits, the idea of lying comfortably in a serene warm tub as the minutes pass by has been rediscovered by a large segment of the population (especially Millennials in need of a cheap activity).
Memory Builders had the opportunity to work on an interior finish out for a family owned and operated boutique in Rice Village. What started out as a home décor shop shifted towards apparel when the owner’s daughter came on board as a buyer.