The Loch Lomond project is a Spanish revival custom built home located in the Meyerland section of Houston, Texas. The two story, 4,500 square foot residence features Spanish colonial design elements with a contemporary twist. Our clients have Latin American ancestry in their background and wanted to bring in authentic touches of their heritage throughout the home. We led the selection process for all construction materials on this project including plumbing, tile, and light fixtures.
The exterior of the home features a terra-cotta tile roof and ornate iron work railings. The exterior wall sconces and entry way pendant have an oil rubbed bronze finish and ornate details which highlight the Spanish colonial design aesthetic of the residence. White Oak medium stained floors flow throughout the home. We incorporated Saltillo tile with wood borders in the utility room. The kitchen features a copper farmhouse sink and faucet and touches of Talavera tile in the backsplash design. The custom cabinets and kitchen island were painted with a faux finish. We installed reclaimed wood beams in the living and dining area. The powder room features copper plumbing, a copper mosaic sink and vintage metal laser cut mirror. The master bathroom showcases an oil rubbed bronze clawfoot tub atop encaustic floor tile with contemporary light fixtures and shower system. We alternated Talavera tile patterns on the stair risers heading to the second floor.
It's always enjoyable to work on a Spanish revival project because there is so much character in the end result. Our clients loved the outcome and we could not be happier for them.