From full-service renovations to custom furnishings, our featured works are a collection of thoughtful projects that we feel best reflect our thoughtful designs.
As a true blend of Texas traditional and comfortable contemporary, our Fairway Transitional project is an entertaining-friendly retreat. It is a place for both connection and sanctuary, nestled on the signature hole of one of The Woodlands' signature golf course.
What was once a 1980s home filled with dark wood features and a closed-off floor plan is now an open, light-filled, functional family home, with a completely repurposed layout. Together, Charbonneau Interiors and Bill Hughes brought new life back into this retired property, from revitalizing the original millwork, reimagining the square footage, to a complete revival and revitalization of the home.
Whether you call it a zen den, quiet room, she shed, or momma’s cave, we created this sort of space for one of our clients who recently became an empty nester. She had been a stay-at-home mom, and once her daughter moved out and went off to college, she wanted a space that was entirely her own – somewhere she could sit in the mornings to do her meditations, work at a desk to pay the bills and run the household, where she could just center herself, get focused, and be productive.
A french-inspired renovation + refresh for these New Orleans natives. Notable features include a dining-room-turned-butlers-pantry, natural brick details, and plenty of spaces to gather and enjoy family dinners during the weekend + fun with friends on the weekend.
A high-rise retreat with completely custom furnishings for these empty nesters to enjoy, whether for work or play. Steps from Minute Maid Park + expansive views to prove it, we worked with our sweet clients to turn this apartment into a home where they could enjoy life outside suburbia every once in a while.