Houzz Tour: Colorful and Pattern-Happy in California

An overhaul of a 1930s Tudor results in a bright, bold space with an open floor plan

Once Joan Schubert and David Fletcher outgrew their home, they decided to return to the Sacramento, California, neighborhood where Schubert grew up, and still has family. But before they could move into the 1930s Tudor-style house, the couple needed to do a major renovation. Besides making the layout more functional, designer Laura Neuman helped show off the artistic couple’s love of mixing different colors, patterns, and genres.

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A Spacious New Home Marries Classic and Contemporary Design

In Houston, large rooms with high ceilings are decorated with custom furnishings in a neutral palette

Few places offer space to spread out like Texas. This Houston couple took full advantage of that with a spacious new home built in the city’s famed museum district. Classic-meets-contemporary materials and furnishings fill large rooms, giving the stately home an intimate feel. Meanwhile, large windows and an inset porch off the kitchen offer deep connections to the outdoors.

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