Nadia Palacios Residential Design is celebrating 10 years. The award-winning studio specializes in creating homes using a timeless architectural language. Nadia graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor's in Architecture in 2003 and founded the studio after apprenticing for world class architects in Washington DC, Chicago, and Houston. Nadia draws inspiration from her travels through Europe and Latin America and she tailors projects uniquely to each client.
Marble is always a sophisticated choice that will withstand the test of time. Classy, clean and composed, this powder room makes a statement without diving into trendy territory. With such a bold choice of materials, it makes sense to keep the rest of the design minimal, as displayed here with a small floral arrangement.
All in the Details
Faucets are an often overlooked design element that can truly tie a bathroom together. In the case of this marble masterpiece, the shining silver is a subtle yet glamorous addition to the gorgeous tub.
With interiors by Hallie Henley Design, this blue and gold masterpiece was created as part of a crisp, traditional residence for a young family. Blending seamlessly with the geometric pattern on the corresponding staircase, the unique color palette is complemented by gold detailing.
This remodeled Houston residence was updated to serve as a home-base for a young family with a mind for entertaining. Staying true to the French character of the house, interior designer Courtney Hill Interiors created a monochromatic entry way with a show-stopping chandelier.
The family room of this remodeled estate is the perfect example of livable chic. While the arrangements of chairs and sofas encourage lounging, the additional elements, such as modern tables and gold lamp, as well as the striking geometric carpet create a stylish surrounding, proving that a mix of practicality and drama can be a winning combination.