On Wednesday, I profiled designers Catherine Olasky and Max Sinsteden of Olasky & Sinsteden, and because I simply cannot get enough of their exquisite work, today I’m following up with a home tour… This 1927 Houston home was built by one of Houston’s most celebrated architects, John F. Staub, and it is where he lived until his death. Today, the home is owned by Staub’s grandson, Peter Wareing, and his family. To redecorate the home yet maintain its original integrity, the Wareings called upon Max and Catherine, as they are known for their classic, old school approach to design. Let’s take a look inside! Photography by Read McKendree, unless otherwise noted.
Image via Southern Living
Such a timeless and elegant home, steeped in tradition, which will hopefully remain in the family for years to come. For additional information, please visit Olasky & Sinsteden and my profile of their work here. You may also tour this home as featured in Southern Living.