Before and After

To understand the magnitude of change in a home it is best to simply look at the before and after pictures!

Houston Interior Design Firm’s Fabulous Kitchen Before and After Reveal!

From dated, dark and narrow – this space was transformed into a stunning, open concept Kitchen by Interior Designer, Erika Barczak, and Wamhoff Design-Build.

The original Kitchen was not user-friendly. It was a tight space that didn’t allow an effective work area for Clients who love to cook. After evaluating the Client’s needs for an inviting, high-functioning kitchen – the walls were removed between the existing Kitchen and the Great Room. This allowed for an open concept layout – nearly doubling the size of the room!

Photographer: Bryan Malloch Photography

Whole Home Before and After in the heart of Cypress, Texas.

Do you believe home renovation is tough, stressful, and downright unpleasant? Don’t worry, we are here to help! Take a look at this gallery of whole home renovation Before and After, consider yourself armed with our best home renovation ideas. Scroll down further for even more inspirations of other projects our designers have worked on. Enjoy!

Designing a Personal Cooking Oasis in The Woodlands TX

This high end kitchen was completely remodeled after opening up the space and allowing light in, as well as easy access to the breakfast room and great room. This crisp, white kitchen is warmed up with the wooden beam and the island base and infused with industrial touches. The owners are cooking enthusiasts and wanted ample space where they could prepare healthy meals and specialized storage to keep the look clean. The entire kitchen is highly personalized to function effortlessly with their lifestyle. A special thanks to Keechi Creek Builders and Accent Cabinets for their hard work on this project. photo photo photo photo

Cowgirl Renovation - Winner of the prestigious GHBA’s Houston’s Best Prism Award for Whole House Renovation for 2013

After raising their family on this beautiful plot of land, our clients decided that they wanted to upgrade their home. They searched for several years, but could not find a suitable location and property to recreate something better than what they already had. In order to achieve their design goals, the current home went through an extensive addition and renovation focusing on the common areas and master suite. Without losing the home’s character, the clients wanted to modernize and update their floor plan, square footage, fixtures and finishes. Design, construction, and furnishings lasted one year, and the results are astonishing!


Creating a Soft and Elegant Transformation

This lovely home is a traditional Acadian inspired design, that has under gone a dramatic transformation. Taking from the New Orleans, Acadian, and southern feel the client wanted, our designer was able to revamp and revive the home into a Texas home that has some real Southern Charm.



Ocean Inspired Retreat

This bathroom is a perfect reflection of a client's love for the ocean. Everything from from sand colored tile with blue glass accents to the sand and shell accents, scream relaxing ocean retreat. But it wasn't always this way. See below for this Master Bathroom's amazing transformation.




Finishing a Dream Home

My clients designed their dream house about 15 years ago and got everything they wanted - well, almost.  Unfortunately, with the resources they had, their desires for a dream master-suite were put on the back burner. 

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Years later, the couple decided it was time to finish their home as they had intended.  In order to stay within the budget, we looked at which existing elements could remain and be enhanced, including the footprint, flooring, sinks, and vanity lights.  In order to give the clients their cozy retreat, we selected rich stunning materials and a soft texture was added to the walls to create an intimate feeling within the space. A faux finisher was brought in to make the existing white cabinets look like beautifully stained wood...

Use Every Inch of Your Home

An unused small home office was transformed into a haven in a suburban Texas home.

For this space, function came first and the aesthetics were layered in. If a project does not meet its intended purpose, it is not successful. Incorporating the couples love of Argentina, bottle count, display appeal, case storage, and the ability to maintain a 55-degree environment were all design considerations. 

Before and After