The Artwork of The Houston Estate

An artist-by-artist guide to the pieces inside our latest design project.

15 March –

The Artwork of The Houston Estate
01 Playful Office Space

Not often do we get the chance to showcase the unique artwork choices of our clients. Our clients, the Castro family, love collecting art, and brought so many beautiful pieces for us to design around. Here’s a few of the standout art moments and the artists who created them.

We love shining a spotlight on the teams we work with on projects, and The Houston Estate wouldn’t be complete without sharing some of the artwork sources that the clients already had and that we helped them find. The Houston Estate is unique in our portfolio in that it is one of the only projects that have such a diverse list of artwork. Here are some of our favorites and the artists behind them.


Ronni Nicole
3 Round Candies – Wall Candy

Ronni Nicole specializes in pieces that feature florals as the subject. These three plaster “wall candies” show three delicate florals in a tonal palette. You can find Ronni at @iamronnicole.


Joe Turner

Abstract artist Joe Turner created the beautiful piece above the sofa in the entryway. His muted, earthy palettes pair perfectly with The Houston Estate’s subdued tones. You can find Joe at


Holly Addi

Artist Holly Addi creates pieces with loads of movement and depth. Her large-scale piece is prominently displayed in the dining room. You can find Holly at @hollyaddi.


Emily Morgan Brown
Untitled Botanical

Emily Morgan Brown’s charcoal drawings are rich in detail. The Houston Estate is a great example of melding design styles, showcased with Emily’s work alongside the modern piece of Holly Addi’s above. You can find Emily at @emilymorganbrown.


Bea Aiguabella

A piece from Bea Aiguabella’s Sequence series hangs in the home’s eclectic powder bathroom. You can find Bea at @anton.aiguabella.


Tyler Guinn
What Holds Us Together

A piece by Austin, Texas-based Artist Tyler Guinn adds warmth and texture to the home’s dining room. You can find Tyler at @tylerbuckguinn.


Lauren Collins

Artist Lauren Collins creates custom artworks sculpted from paper. Here piece hangs on the front of the built-in shelving in the home’s living room. You can find Lauren at @lauren_collin_basreliefs.


Kimberly Moore
Abstract Sienna Black and Blue

Artist Kimberly Moore’s abstract piece hangs above the primary bed, pulling together the tones found throughout the suite. You can find Kimberly at @kimberlymooreart.


Sarah Madeira Day

Artist Sarah Madeira Day is inspired by her native Maine, as showcased in the stunning landscape painting at the base of the stairway. You can find Sarah at @sarahmadeiraday.

Date Posted
15 March