We’re honored to see our Houston project in Galerie’s fall issue. Thomas and Egan Seward worked on this Greek Revival/Texas Territorial Style home, carefully updating it with modern touches to embody a traditional home of today. The home features many special pieces of art from our client’s impressive collection and incorporates their aviary affinity. Fittingly, Egan designed a painted-steel grillwork for the windows and doors with the advice of John Tacket, inspired by the James McNeill Whistler’s Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery of Art. It is a highlight of the home.
You may read the full story on Galerie’s site here. Many thanks to Galerie Editor in Chief and friend Jacqueline Terrebonne, as well as Stephen Wallis, who wrote the piece. Photography was taken by Pär Bengtsson, with styling by Michelle Aviña.