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    • dma wolf

      At the Houston home of interior designer J. Randall Powers and investor William L. Caudell, custom-made moldings amplify the elegance of the entrance hall, which contains a Regency settee and a 1920s Navajo rug; the sconce is by Vaughan, and the umbrella stand is a Ming-dynasty sake jar. The art displayed along the stairway includes a colorful work on paper by Joan Mitchell.Traditional Entrance Hall by J. Randall Powers in Houston, Texas

    • Jill Hoven

      I love the placement of the stairs over the front door! (J. Randall Powers in Houston, Architectural Digest)

    • Lex Brookman

      Beautiful Entryway. J. Randall Powers in Houston. Architectural Digest. Black doors, black around trim

    • Amanda Donahoo

      I love the door and the stair rails - J. Randall Powers in Houston ~ Architectural Digest

    • Elizabeth Mathisen Maurer

      Black Door, Rug with pop of color | Traditional Entrance Hall by J. Randall Powers via @Architectural Digest #designfile

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