Princess and the frog bedroom set One thing that is nearly unavoidable in Houston or any massive city is site visitors noise. And John & Amy Miller actually wanted to discover a weekend spot that used to be unfastened from the sound of packed freeways. They traveled approximately 5 hours west to a small the town, scooping up three,250 acres for fishing, looking & exploring. The couple then employed architect Steve Raike & his colleagues at Lake Flato Architects to help tear down an vintage 1,000-square-foot ranch house and design a modern house consisting of 4 separate systems positioned among the convergence of two creeks, with measures taken to protect & even strengthen the waters and nearby ecosystems.
The design capitalizes on southeast breezes and water perspectives, and encourages interplay with a stunning new landscape by Christy Ten Eyck that comes with a number of water options and local crops & grasses. "It's a frog's paradise," Amy says. "It's tremendous loud, but it is higher than site visitors. ".