Posts Tagged ‘layne torsch’

Gentle Texture, Soft Color on a Home Office Ceiliing

June 10, 2018


Here is the home office of interior designer Layne Torsch, of Layne Torsch Interiors, in the Highland Village neighborhood of Houston. Her look is serene and simple, but livable for today’s busy families.

The walls and furnishings in this room are plain and clean, but the addition of light texture and color on the ceiling warms things up. The material is called “Bankun Raffia,” and is by Thibaut Designs. It is a scrim (woven fabric) backed solid vinyl product that is embossed with a texture that resembles woven grasscloth. It has a two-toned color.

Read my “Grasscloth Info Pack” to the right, and you will learn that I am not fond of real grasscloth, because of the color variations. But this is one of my favorite faux grasscloth products, because of the uniformity of color and because of the water-resistance and durability of the material.

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Rebecca Atwood “Dashes” in a Toddler’s Playroom

June 1, 2018


Lucky little boy, who gets this high-end Rebecca Atwood “Dashes” wallpaper in his playroom. The design looks like someone took a tiny brush and daubed watercolor paint onto the walls.

This home is in the Highland Village neighborhood of Houston, and the homeowner is the interior designer. Layne Torsch Interiors.

Lines in Boxes in a Hall Bathroom

March 23, 2018


The owner of this 1950’s ranch style home in the Highland Village neighborhood of Houston is an interior designer, and headed up the remodel of their hall bathroom. She found a perfect wallpaper to both imbue the room with a fun, crisp, contemporary feel, while coordinating precisely with the color of the glass shower tile.

The interior designer is Layne Torsch, of Layne Torsch Interiors.