It was in 2001 that Rainey Richardson made the decision of taking the next step with her passion for interior design: she started a career in the field. At first, a one-woman business run from home, later a 45000-square foot showroom. Based in Houston, the designer gained the trust of her clients, for whom she transforms spaces with fantastic inspirations.
The designer believes that the spaces we live in should “reflect our identity “, since is the place where we spend the best moments with our family and friends. Ruled by form and function, Rainey Richardson Interiors furnishes homes and makes every interior design a lifetime memory.
We bring you some of her most staggering bathroom design projects, all the way from Hudson, Texas. Come with us and be inspired by these bathroom inspirations.
This magnificent home in Hockley, Texas exudes charm and character. The unique design comes to life through a combination of French and traditional design elements.
Warm woods, metals, and fabrics with bright and organic colors were used to create a comfortable, transitional feel.
This 4-story townhome in the heart of the Museum District in Houston, Texas is a perfect blend of art and scale.
Combining the sleek, European furniture with new, contemporary furnishings created a unique look that is clean, comfortable and inviting.
“Transitional” or “Classic with a contemporary twist” is the perfect way to describe this beautiful house in The Woodlands. Clean lines, great color and a youthfulness combine to create a sophisticated but comfortable look and feel.
With 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, this home on the Texas Intercoastal Waterway has a space for everyone. Soft turquoise colors throughout the common areas establish a cohesive pallet and a comfortable flow.
This Houston, Texas, Galleria area home fuses contemporary elements with a rustic, Texas décor to create a modern, hill-country vibe. Heavy beams, wood floors, tall baseboards and over-sized, dark-stained doors compliment furniture with clean lines and current fabrics.
This Tuscan mansion in Victoria, Texas feels like an Italian villa. The master bath with its painted, vaulted ceiling and solid travertine free-standing tub makes this Texas villa a true one-of-a-kind home.
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