To allow forms and textures to come to the fore, designer Pamela Pierce’s Houston house, down to the guest rooms, is pattern-free. Napoleon III tufted beds and 18th-c. Venetian fauteuil in Bergamo Oseille Sauvage linen. The console table is the mate to the one in the guest bath.
A streamlined canopy of Jim Thompson silk accentuates the lofty proportions of a guest room.
Headboard and side tables, Jan Showers Collection. Walls, Benjamin Moore Regal Select in Inukshuk.
A guest room’s array of patterns is unified by a cohesive palette.
Bedcovering and wallpaper, Pierre Frey. Antique bench in Scalamandré velvet. Antique French armchair in Clarence House fabric. Lamps, Robert Kime. Carpet, Stark. Art (left), Jim Dine.
Charles Stewart chair in Brunschwig & Fils toile. Antique saddle as stool. Rusticks four-posters. Léron linens. Bed skirts and draperies in Jane Shelton stripe. Holland & Company lamp. Rug from Stark.
Colorful Turkish textiles brighten a guest bedroom. Bed curtain and pillow, C&C Milano fabrics. Bed linens, Ann Gish. Hanging light fixture, Flos. Antique Turkish rug, Timothy Paul Carpets + Textiles
In the art studio and guest house of designer Juan Montoya’s weekend house, a custom metal canopy bed is surrounded by objects of inspiration. Linens, Casa del Bianco. Armchairs, James Mont.