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Tour a stunning dream home remodel with equestrian influences in Texas

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Charbonneau Interiors is responsible for the transformation of this beautiful home with equestrian influences, located in The Woodlands, Texas. We are excited to feature this home, as the designers have sent us this project complete with all of the details. Continue below for the description and resources of this exquisite home tour…

With our Meadowbrook Project, our clients came to Charbonneau Interiors with a home they had just bought that needed to be renovated to fit their active family. The home was in a great location but needed extensive updates to work for this family as they look to transition in the next few years from a full house to being empty nesters. They had no preconceived notions on what this home should be, but instead what it should feel like: comfortable, nice, a place where the neighbors would want to come over for a glass of wine in the evening.

Project Team: Interior Design: Charbonneau Interiors | Contractor: Bill Hughes | Landscaper: BLV Landscaping (Brian Vonderau) | Pool: Texas Pools

Sources: Furnishings & Accessories: Charbonneau Studio; Custom wood floors and wood beams -Custom Floors Unlimited

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This family actually has a secondary residence on this beautiful piece of property in Texas, where they spend a lot of their time —whether riding horses, going hunting, swimming in the lake, or tending to this ranch land, this second residence was our clients “happy place”. Their suburban residence, the one we were tasked to renovate, was merely a convenience for them, as their kids could go to school and get involved in the community during the week, and head back up to the ranch on the weekends to get back to what their family loved doing the most.

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But as Nancy Charbonneau learned more about this family and began to envision what their home could be, our Meadowbrook Project started to ask a simple question: how can we make this home a place that felt like their ranch, giving them two places that they would love to be in?

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What We Love: This wonderful home renovation features equestrian influences throughout its beautiful living spaces. The designer did a fabulous job of creating a timeless design aesthetic that will show well for years to come. We are loving the rustic touches throughout the interiors. The outdoor living spaces are equally fabulous, very idyllic for entertaining family and friends. Overall, a gorgeous remodel with eye-catching details throughout.

Tell Us: What are your thoughts on the redesign of this home? Do you think the project team was successful in creating a warm and welcoming family home with equestrian influences? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have showcased here on One Kindesign from the state of Texas: Rustic ranch house retreat designed for family gatherings in Texas and Absolutely stunning farmhouse style home nestled on Lake Travis, Texas.

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Nancy took her friend who was a photographer to our client’s ranch property and spent the day going over the property, just being in the house, taking pictures of the land, and feeling everything that made this space the family’s happy place. From this, came Nancy’s vision for a home that didn’t replicate or reproduce what this ranch was to the family, but instead carry over the feeling and energy from their second home to their first.

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In our Meadowbrook Project, you’ll see the inspiration from our client’s love for their ranch, dedication to their community, and commitment to their family in every single detail throughout this renovated home. It hinges on rustic with soft, inviting details and a color palette that plays between warm and cool tones; it celebrates beautiful, yet practical, textiles and is infused with who this family truly is, from every piece of custom art to how the floor plan flows —all while paying homage to the things they’re passionate about, like the outdoors, being together, and supporting their community.

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Living Spaces

With the floorplan, the entire layout was opened up to encourage entertaining and large family gatherings, with beautiful custom details like the Austin stone wall in the lounge, the custom-built bookcases, and the incredible art throughout the home, all of which was either painted, drawn, watercolored, or photographed by local artists in our community —including these large photographs of the family’s own horses and favorite spots on the property that were taken on that day at the ranch with Nancy, all printed, framed, and hung throughout the home.

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Throughout the home, we placed these amazing wood floors that are custom made and site finished, coordinating with the hand done beams running across the ceiling, all crafted locally from reclaimed wood by Custom Floors Unlimited in Houston. Where these rustic details meet modern luxury can be seen in the intricate textiles, sleek finishes, and the refined color palette —neutral and warm, with pops of color in furnishings and the custom mixed paint on the large, expansive kitchen island.

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Master Bathroom

In the master bath, Nancy wanted to create a sanctuary, a retreat, a space that felt like the escape that our client’s ranch property was. We opened up the master bath, reconfiguring the entire space to place a shower, freestanding tub, as well as a long vanity area, with plenty of space for the two of them and hidden TV behind the mirror.

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Space for 2: Working Spaces

Another notable feature of this home was the accessibility and workability of the downstairs office space, which needed to function for both the wife and husband to be able to work in their own customized work areas, within the same space. The solution came to be taking advantage of the space we had by lining the two walls with desk space and plenty of storage so that each could work on their own desk.

While her work requires a lot of documents and files and his larger projects, like blueprints, you’ll see that each side is customized with either open shelving, closed in cabinets, or large work areas to accommodate each one’s needs. In the middle, we placed a table that can easily fold up or out, so that they could work on larger projects, like those blueprints, if needed. If not, the table could fold up while also acting as a separation barrier between the two workspaces.

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Kid’s Bedroom

Our client’s younger daughter has this amazing connection and talent with horses, spending her time on their property riding, training, and being with them. So, it was only natural to celebrate this and give her a space that not only reflects who she is, but what she’s passionate about. From custom pillows made with images of her horses to custom horse-shoe hooks, we had so much fun collaborating with her and creating a space that was all her own.

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Equestrian influences can be seen throughout the daughter’s bedroom, from the pillows to the artwork.

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Work-out & Workspace

Upstairs there was this old playroom that didn’t fit in with the needs of this family. To take advantage of this space, we created a home gym, outfitted with oscillating fans mounted to the ceiling. Adjacent to this work-out space is a workspace, with tools and room to build and create. 

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Outdoor Space

This family loves being outside –which is why reconfiguring the outdoor space with this home was essential. Working with a professional landscaper and outdoor architects, we built a new casita to house a fireplace, outdoor kitchen, and plenty of entertaining space, as well as redoing the pool and added landscaping that made sense for the family and our climate.

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The most important thing to Nancy was that whatever was planted in the garden could be brought inside for fresh flowers. Together with the landscaper, the family now has this amazing access to just walk outside and cut a few flowers so that there’s always fresh greenery in the home.

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Photos: Miro Dvorscak

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